In most cases, people who require a full mouth reconstruction have either experienced some form of trauma or neglected their oral health for some time. However, with a full mouth rehabilitation from Dr. Blevins, you can improve your smile, oral health, and self-confidence.
What’s involved in a full mouth rehabilitation?
The first step of the full mouth construction process is to evaluate your teeth and gums, which will determine the procedures needed to achieve desired results. Dental implants with crowns, bridges, or porcelain veneers are typically used as part of the reconstruction process.
In the event that Dr. Blevins finds evidence of periodontal disease (an advanced form of gum disease affecting half of all adults in the U.S.), scaling or root planing may be required. In some cases, bone grafts or soft tissue grafting may be required to restore your dental health and strengthen your jaw to support a dental implant restoration.
Last but not least, your bite alignment will be checked to ensure that you aren’t suffering from temporomandibular joint disorder (commonly referred to as TMJ disorder or TMD).
If you think you may be a candidate for a full mouth restoration, we encourage you to contact our office today to schedule your consultation. Dr. Blevins is one of the most accomplished dentists in South Carolina, and routinely sees cosmetic dentistry patients from Myrtle Beach, Florence, and the surrounding areas.
You don’t have to live with a smile that doesn’t make you happy. Contact our office here to see how we can help you achieve the best smile you’ve ever had!