Do you suffer from multiple dental issues? Some patients may have to go through various procedures before achieving a healthy smile. When simple fillings, cleanings, or false teeth aren’t enough, then it might be time for you to consider full mouth reconstruction. This procedure involved rebuilding or even replacing most of a patient’s natural teeth to drastically improve their oral health. By creating a personalized treatment plan that fits your smile goals, Dr. Latif and our team can give you a beautiful smile that you can be proud of.
Full mouth reconstructions combine aesthetics with restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of your teeth while also reversing certain issues. Read on to learn more about our options and how you and your smile can benefit.
Find the Fit That’s Right for You & Your Budget
An implant-retained denture involves two or more dental implants being inserted directly into your jaw along with a removable appliance that looks like your natural teeth.
A full set of customized dentures are snapped into place through strategically placed anchor points. This option tends to fit better and shift less than regular dentures.
Full Arch Dentures
A complete set of dentures are permanently affixed through anchors that are implanted to your jaw. This means that they’re secured and never have to be removed.
Benefits of Full Arch Dentures
A full mouth reconstruction with full arch dentures can replace your missing teeth while also providing your jaw with the necessary stimulation it needs to promote bone growth. Other advantages of full arch dentures include:
✔ Smile with confidence
✔ No need for messy adhesive
✔ Securely attatched to your jaw
✔ Eat your favorite foods
✔ Feel and look like your natural teeth
✔ Restore your smile’s function
Frequently Asked Questions
Depending on the procedures that Dr. Latif deems necessary, you may need to undergo an invasive treatment like dental implants. Fortunately, our staff will apply a local anesthetic before your treatment to ensure you experience as little discomfort as possible. Our team has a recovery plan ready as well as pain medication that your dentist will prescribe.
The exact length of your full mouth reconstruction depends on what procedures Dr. Latif will include in your treatment plan. On average, it can take at least six months to reconstruct your smile, since your dental implants will slowly integrate into your jaw once inserted. You’ll receive an accurate estimate as to how long your full mouth reconstruction will take during your initial consultation with our team.
While it’s possible to replace each of your teeth with individual implants, it may be too costly. That’s why we offer simpler, more effective solutions such as All-On-4 implants. We can attach a full set of permanent dentures to your mouth that’ll look flawless and function just like your real teeth with the need of less implants. As a result, you can enjoy a beautiful smile quicker and without breaking your wallet.
There are several factors that can accelerate tooth decay. If your teeth aren’t properly cleaned through daily brushing and flossing, bacteria can build up and rot your gums. A diet of acidic and sugary foods can also corrode the enamel and speed up your decay. After receiving a full mouth reconstruction, Dr. Latif will have you come in for regular checkups and cleanings to ensure your new, beautiful smile stays healthy.
Restore Your Smile With Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you struggle with multiple dental issues, don’t think you can’t achieve a beautiful smile. At Ohio Cosmetic Dentists, Dr. Sam Latif and our team of dentists can boost your appearance and oral health with a full mouth reconstruction. With a personalized treatment plan, you can get a lovely smile while fixing issues such as missing teeth and gum disease.
Discover how you can smile again with full confidence. Contact our Columbus, OH office by calling (614) 459-7300 or by clicking on the button below to schedule your free consultation with Dr. Latif. Our practice proudly serves patients residing in the Knolls West, Governours Square, and Sycamore Hills area!