Understanding The Full Jaw Restoration

Understanding The Full Jaw Restoration

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Today more than ever before dental patients have many options when it comes to restoring the jaw and mouth to full original functionality and appearance. In most cases, working with a dentist or team of dental specialists can ensure that a full jaw restoration is always a complete success. Dentists and other dental care professionals can determine the exact procedures required based upon each patient’s specific case. That said there are a number of procedures that are typically associated with a routine full jaw restoration procedure. Each patient is unique and different therefore it is important to understand that while some procedures may be required for one patient they may not be appropriate for another. Here are a few of the typical procedures that are normally associated with full jaw restoration.

Sound and Healthy Tooth Structure

For example, your dental care provider may determine that prophylactic teeth cleaning along with periodontal care may be necessary as a way to facilitate full jaw restoration. In addition, a patient may require some amount of crown lengthening as a way to expose strong, sound and healthy tooth structure that is otherwise unable to accept a crown or bridge. In other instances, patients may require a full repositioning of the jaw. This requires a type of surgical procedure known as orthognathic surgery. Yet other cases may require careful and detailed contouring of the gum tissue in order to create a more harmonious and balanced smile for the patient.

Orthodontic Care May Also Be Necessary

Another common procedure that is often used in preparation for jaw reconstruction is the placement of temporary restorations. This is designed to allow the patient to become accustomed to the feel and look of new teeth. It also allows the patient to become comfortable with a new or different type of bite alignment. Other situations require that crowns as well as veneers, inlays or bridges be used. They can be made of ceramic or metal or a combination of both materials. Orthodontic care may also be necessary to move teeth into a more optimal position required for full reconstructive procedures. This can be done using braces or other similar types of devices.

Solid Positioning of Implants

Finally, those patients requiring full jaw or full mouth restoration may often need what is known as bone or soft tissue grafting. This is designed to enhance the overall stability of the teeth and jawbone to allow for a solid positioning of implants as well as other types of restorations. All of these procedures and others are intended to produce a successful full jaw restoration or full mouth restoration procedure. Ultimately, patients enjoy a more beautiful and attractive smile and greater levels of functionality. Today’s modern dentistry is technologically advanced and allows patients to have more choices and more options than ever before. Contact your restorative dentist in Walnut Creek, Massood Darvishzadeh, DDS at Dental Implant Solutions today to learn more about full jaw restoration procedures.

References:
[1] Full Mouth Reconstruction – What Are My Options?
[2] Full Jaw Restoration: All-On-Four Vs Denture
[3] Full Mouth Reconstruction Options

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