Full mouth reconstruction may sound drastic, but for some people it can make all the difference in the world. Many people suffer from chronic pain in the mouth and jaw. Others may be extremely unhappy with the appearance of their smile. Whether you simply want a more attractive smile or need help in alleviating pain related to your teeth, mouth, or jaw, Dr. Brawner can help by offering a full mouth reconstruction. Modern dental technology makes it possible to repair whatever dental issues you may have, and that can greatly improve the quality of your life! A full mouth reconstruction consists of a plan that is custom-made for each individual patient, and we proudly offer this service to our patients from throughout the Austin, TX, area.
Why You Should Choose Arbor Oaks Dental for Full Mouth Reconstruction
The procedures involved in a “full mouth reconstruction” will vary greatly from one patient to the next, depending on the needs and desires of each patient. For some, that plan might include cosmetic procedures such as porcelain veneers or dental bonding. Others may require restorative procedures such as same-day crowns or dental implants. More often than not, a full mouth reconstruction will consist of a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures designed to resolve problems and give each patient a fully functional set of teeth and the beautiful smile that he or she might have never thought possible. Dr. Brawner has experience in performing each and every one of these procedures, and has provided full mouth reconstruction for many of his patients over the past several years.
What You Should Know about Full Mouth Reconstruction
The first important step in any full mouth reconstruction plan is to meet with Dr. Brawner. During that meeting, you can explain the issues you’re experiencing and the outcome you’re looking for in a full mouth reconstruction. This meeting will also give Dr. Brawner an opportunity to fully examine your teeth, gums, mouth, and jaw, and provide you with an assessment of the conditions that he observes. After this meeting and exam, Dr. Brawner will be able to develop a plan of recommended services that he believes will alleviate any pain or discomfort you’re feeling, and at the same time achieve the end result that you are looking for in a full mouth reconstruction. The exact procedures involved will depend on your present oral health, as well as your oral health history. Completion of the plan will typically take several trips to our office, and may take weeks or even months. But for many patients, the time invested in these trips is well worth the comfort and the beautiful smile that will be the end result!
Contact Our Office Today
For more information about full mouth reconstruction, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Brawner, contact Arbor Oaks today.