If multiple dental problems joined forces and stolen your oral health and aesthetic nature of your teeth, Dr. Karagodsky is here to help give you your smile back. Our expert dentist has years of experience working with materials and procedures in full-mouth rehabilitation. He will develop a custom-tailored plan that addresses all of your dental needs and leave you with that perfect smile that you deserve. If your smile has become severely damaged as result of decay and/or other oral health issues, a Full Mouth Reconstruction can help restore your bite and functionality. At Smile Maker in Philadelphia, PA, Dr. Dmitry Karagodsky can combine multiple advanced procedures in order to provide you with a completely restored and fully functional smile. A full mouth reconstruction can address multiple oral health issues, and is completely customizable, so as to fit each patient’s individual needs. The extent of your restoration procedure will largely depend on the state of your teeth. He may recommend veneers, implants or even crowns to help restore you smile as a means to giving you the ideal bite and optimal functionality of your teeth.
Patients who have suffered trauma or who have extensive decay and infection are often candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Candidates generally have suffered from widespread issues such as:
A full mouth reconstruction can address multiple oral health issues and is completely customizable to each patient’s individual needs.
A full mouth reconstruction can combine any number of General And Restorative Procedures to fully restore your oral health, as well as the function and appearance of your smile. Procedures you select may include:
Prior to treatment, you will meet with Dr. Karagodsky for your initial consultation. He will review your medical history, perform a thorough examination, take x-rays of your teeth and jawbone, and diagnose any existing conditions. He will discuss your treatment goals, lifestyle, and budget, and make treatment recommendations based on these factors and his findings. Dr. Karagodsky will then work with you to develop a comprehensive and customized treatment plan to address all these areas of concern.
It is important to remember that full mouth reconstruction is generally completed in several phases to allow you to heal between procedures. Your specific treatment timeline will vary depending on your body’s ability to heal and the various procedures which you require. Dr. Karagodsky can give you an estimated timeline based on his recommended procedures.
Full mouth reconstruction provides many benefits. Your comprehensive treatment can address and eliminate gum disease, decay, infection, and other oral health conditions. This process not only improves your oral health, but it also reduces your risk of developing other serious health conditions. The pain that often accompanies decay, damage, and infection can also be eliminated by these procedures.
In addition, because you plan all of your treatments in advance for a full mouth reconstruction, you can create a shorter overall timeline. We can perform multiple procedures in a single visit, reducing the number of appointments you need to attend and the amount of anesthesia you will require. These reductions can lower your total treatment cost, and make the most of your Insurance Coverage.
Aesthetically, a full mouth reconstruction can replace any missing teeth to fill gaps, can reshape and rebuild misshapen teeth for a more uniform look, and can realign crooked teeth. You can also include Cosmetic Procedures to improve the appearance of your smile after your oral foundation has been restored. Following treatment, you can feel more confident about your appearance. With a completely restored smile, you can chew and speak with ease, free from self-consciousness or fear of discomfort.
If you suffer from multiple oral health issues, contact Smile Maker today to schedule your full mouth reconstruction consultation. We can help you to achieve that beautiful aesthetically pleasing smile you always wanted, standing on a solid foundation of oral health.