All over the world, many people have missing teeth, bite misalignments, bite issues and extreme tooth decay, making them very insecure about showing off their smile. To fix this problem, they will have to go beyond the conventional dental procedures because of the complexity of their dental problems; they will have to get a full mouth restoration.

There are many reasons for a person to have structural damage to their teeth. One reason is the lack of proper oral care. It can also be because of extreme injuries or a dramatic drop in their health. However extreme the damage may be, a reputable and skilled dentist can help you come up with a treatment plan that will give you a beautiful and health smile.Here are some of the things that you might want to know about full mouth restorations.

Full mouth restorations can be made up of various procedures.

Depending on the dental issues that you have, your dentist will pick the best procedure that will give you the best results. The restoration can be a combination of two or more dental treatments, which can include the following:

Dental crowns . Usually used following a root canal treatment, dental crowns can be used to strengthen, restore and give structure on teeth that has been badly damaged.
•Teeth implants. These small implants look, function, feel and are structured like real human teeth. They replace any missing teeth and can last for years, especially because they do not get infected with cavities. Implants will have be examined by your dentist once in a while.
•Invisalign. These clear liners function similarly to braces. One difference is that they are invisible when put on. You can also take them off whenever you want. Many people do not like the look of conventional metal braces, so they opt for Invisalign to straighten their teeth.

Full mouth restorations can be very expensive.

A single dental implant in the United States can take you back over two thousand dollars. A full mouth restoration procedure can go up and over 45 thousand dollars. Some insurance companies might a part of the costs, but you will have to pay at least half of the total amount out of your pocket. Considering the results and benefits, though, the huge amount of money that you pay for it should all be worth it.

Full mouth restorations require tests on the jawbone.

Before the dentist will start the restoration process, they will first have to evaluate your dental records. Pictures of your lower and upper jaw will have to be taken, as well as a few x-rays and dental impressions. From here, the dentist will make a customized plan, present it to you, and ask you what you think of it. They will also discuss with you the risks involved, and recommend the best steps to take.

Full mouth restorations can be very lengthy.

The whole process of getting started can be lengthy. And once you do get started, the procedures that will be done on you will have to be performed in small segments. The dentist will have to ensure that everything is done according to the plan, and that any procedures and implants comfortably fit in your mouth. They will also have to make sure that you are taking care of your mouth as the treatment is ongoing.

Do you think a full mouth restoration can give you the beautiful and healthy smile that you long wished to have? Schedule an appointment with a skilled and reputable dentist in your area now and know if you are a great candidate for this procedure.

Author's Bio: 

James Franklin is a full time author and part-time blogger who like to put his review on various topics.

Ryan Daniel is a professional Dentist in Castle Hills of Lewisville, The Colony, Tx and genuinely care about the health and well being of teeth and gums.

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