Full Mouth Reconstruction
Widespread oral health issues like decay, tooth loss, and gum disease can impair the function of your smile and cause embarrassment.
Full mouth reconstruction combines treatments to address many oral health problems and restore both function and aesthetics to your smile.
See how Pioneer Hills Dental in Aurora, CO, can customize your treatment and improve your quality of life.
Revitalize Your Oral Health With a Full Mouth Reconstruction
Various dental problems can take a toll on your oral health, overall health, and quality of life. Our dentist, Dr. Terrance Wolbaum, can create a custom treatment plan for you to completely restore your oral health so you can feel confident, live comfortably, and eat and speak without issue.
If you think you could benefit from a full mouth reconstruction, we invite you to fill out our contact form or call our Aurora, CO, office to request a consultation:
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What Can a Full Mouth Reconstruction Address?
Full mouth reconstruction can resolve many different oral health problems, such as:
- Decaying teeth
- Broken teeth
- Fractured teeth
- Missing teeth
- Gum disease
- Jawbone atrophy
If you have oral health concerns, our Aurora, CO, staff can explain your dentistry procedure options, make recommendations based on your specific needs, and design a treatment plan during your consultation with Dr. Wolbaum.
Restorative Treatment Options Available in Aurora, CO
Dental fillings are a treatment that can address concerns such as decay, broken teeth, and worn tooth enamel. After damage or decay has been removed from the tooth, a dental filling can restore the structure of the tooth, allowing you to use it without pain once again.
If a cavity is too large to restore with a filling, but the damage doesn't call for a dental crown, our dentist can use an inlay or onlay to restore the structure of the tooth and protect against further decay.
A patient may require a root canal when the pulp of a tooth becomes infected but the exterior of the tooth can be saved. Root canal therapy aims to remove the infected pulp, clean and reshape the inside of the tooth, and place a filling to save the tooth.
Though Dr. Wolbaum will always do everything he can to save a tooth, tooth extraction is sometimes necessary to prevent widespread damage. Once removed, the affected tooth can be replaced with an implant-supported crown or other restoration.
Gum disease is an infection of the gums. If this infection spreads to the jawbone, it can cause teeth to become loose or fall out completely. Our dentist can perform scaling and root planing to reduce periodontal pockets and allow your gums to heal around your teeth again.
Jawbones atrophy following tooth loss, which can make it difficult to receive dental implant-supported restorations. Fortunately, a bone graft can restore your jaw, improving your candidacy for other restorative treatments.
Dental implants restore tooth roots after tooth loss. When placed in a timely manner, implants can prevent jaw atrophy, a common problem after tooth loss. Implant dentistry can also support restorations like crowns, bridges, and dentures to completely replace missing teeth. If your full mouth reconstruction requires dental implants, your treatment timeline may be longer, but patients find the comprehensive benefits of implants to be well worth the wait.
Maintaining Your Oral Health After a Full Mouth Reconstruction
At-Home Oral Care
Once your teeth and gums are healthy, you'll have to create and follow an oral hygiene routine at home. Our dentist recommends brushing your teeth twice each day with a soft-bristle toothbrush, flossing once a day, and using an oral rinse.
Schedule Regular Checkups
Scheduling and attending regular checkups with our office in Aurora, CO, will allow our hygienists to thoroughly clean your teeth. Additionally, our dentist can check your teeth and gums to detect any potential problems so they can be treated before they become serious.
We Can Help You No Matter the State of Your Smile
Even if you believe your mouth is beyond repair, Dr. Terrance Wolbaum of Pioneer Hills Dental can create a customized treatment plan to restore functionality, enhance your appearance, and improve both your oral and overall health.
If you're in the Aurora, CO, area, and think you could benefit from combining dentistry procedures to revitalize your smile, we invite you to request an appointment with us by filling out our contact form or by calling:
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Prioritizing Your Comfort
Many patients are put off by the idea of dental work because they're worried it may hurt or be uncomfortable. Our Aurora, CO, office offers patients sedation options to ensure their comfort throughout their procedures. If you require extensive treatment that may require you to sit in the dentist's chair for a longer period of time, we may recommend sedation dentistry.
Following your treatment, our dentist can prescribe you pain medication and give you instructions on how to stay comfortable.
Achieving a Whiter and Brighter Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry
Our dental practice offers teeth whitening treatments to lift dental stains so patients can achieve whiter and brighter smiles. We have both in-office whitening treatments and take-home kits.
Veneers are a cosmetic dentistry option that can conceal imperfections like chips, cracks, misshapen teeth, asymmetry, gaps, and discoloration that doesn't respond to teeth whitening.
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