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Full Mouth Reconstruction


Dental x-ray of a full mouthWhen your mouth is affected by trauma, decay, tooth loss, poor tooth or jaw alignment, or any one of several other issues, more than just your oral health is at risk. These issues can impact how your mouth works. They can also impact the appearance of your teeth and smile, which can leave you less than confident. If you are experiencing issues that are affecting your oral health, functions, and aesthetics, Downey Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery can help to improve your life with a full mouth reconstruction.

Rebuilding Your Oral Health and Smile With a Full Mouth Reconstruction


Whether you have suffered severe dental trauma, you are missing several teeth, you have several teeth that are failing, or your jaw does not function properly, you may be left with severe pain and have difficulty eating or speaking. You may also find it difficult to smile because you are simply embarrassed by the way that your mouth works. The goal of a full mouth reconstruction is to rebuild your oral health as well as your smile. We have the expertise needed to give you back a healthy, beautiful mouth, allowing you to return to your normal life.

Customizing Your Treatment for Your Needs


The great thing about a full mouth reconstruction is that we can tailor your treatment to your specific needs. Everyone’s smile is different. You should not have a cookie cutter smile. Not only will it not suit your face, but it also will not give you your ideal smile. With a full mouth reconstruction, we can give you a smile that is just as unique as you are.

Your specific needs will dictate which procedures you will need to undergo to rebuild your mouth and oral health, as well as your smile. Some types of damage may require veneers or dental crowns. You may need fillings, inlays, or onlays to deal with decay. Root canals may be necessary for infected teeth. You might need a bridge, a partial denture, a complete denture, or dental implants. Orthodontic treatment may be necessary. If you are dealing with TMJ issues or bruxism, these issues will need to be addressed. We will help you to figure out the best treatments to provide you with the healthiest, most aesthetically pleasing smile possible.

Will I Need Oral Surgery During My Full Mouth Reconstruction?


Not everyone who needs a full mouth reconstruction will require oral surgery, but some will. Sometimes, facial trauma can cause injuries to the jaw, such as fractures, that need to be properly repaired to restore functionality. Oral surgery may be necessary to correct bite issues that cannot be solved with traditional orthodontics. For some patients with TMJ or bruxism problems, oral surgery may be necessary to help alleviate the symptoms. In doing so, surgery can help to improve the functions of the mouth and improve life significantly.

Why is an Oral Surgeon the Best to Perform a Full Mouth Reconstruction?


A full mouth reconstruction can be a very involved procedure. For this reason, you need an expert. As oral surgeons, we are experienced in a wide variety of different dental procedures, including tooth extractions, bone grafting, dental trauma treatments. Not only are we able to help you achieve an incredible, and much healthier, smile, we are also equipped to handle any problems that might arise during the procedure.

If you have suffered dental or facial trauma or other issues that have impacted your oral health and the overall appearance of your smile, a full mouth reconstruction may be the treatment you need. Call Downey Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at 562-459-3311 today to learn more.

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