Full Mouth Reconstruction in Blue Bell
Patients with many broken-down, decayed or missing teeth no longer need to endure pain and embarrassment. Dr. Siegel has restored the mouths of hundreds of patients with advanced dental problems back to full health, function, and beauty with full-mouth reconstruction.
Knowledgeable & Experienced Full-Mouth Reconstruction
In addition to over 20 years of experience successfully performing full-mouth reconstructions, Dr. Siegel has taken advanced training in the field of neuromuscular dentistry. Neuromuscular dentistry deals with the muscles and joints involved in chewing, and Dr. Siegel’s training in it ensures all his full-mouth reconstructions result in your mouth working and looking the way it’s supposed to. He understands how all the elements of your mouth work together to create a bite that is not only attractive but also functional and comfortable.
Dr. Siegel will give you a comprehensive examination and X-rays to determine the best plan for your unique situation. A full-mouth reconstruction can consist of one or more procedures, depending on your situation and needs. This can include crowns, bridges, implants, teeth straightening, veneers and more. Every treatment starts the same though.
Improved Quality of Life
Having healthy teeth, an attractive smile can significantly improve your quality of life. Studies have related poor dental health to issues including heart disease and a compromised immune system. Teeth left unreplaced lead to jawbone loss, and misaligned teeth can cause jaw-joint problems and pain. Poor dental function limits what a person can eat, depriving them of the foods they love and the need for proper nutrition.
A full-mouth reconstruction from Dr. Siegel prevents these issues from occurring and gives you a new smile you will be proud to show off.
What does a full-mouth reconstruction typically involve?
Dr. Siegel has his patients wear a fixed orthotic for a month or two before prepping the teeth and placing temporoary restorations. This strategy helps the patient achieve the best bite possible and deliver better results. He then places the permanent restorations three weeks later.
What is the average treatment time for a full-mouth reconstruction?
Most treatments take 3 to 6 months to complete.
What are the typical signs that show that a patient is in need for a full-mouth reconstruction?
Some signs that a patient can benefit from a full mouth reconstruction include bite problems, TMD problems, or broken down teeth.