Full Mouth Reconstruction in Mission Viejo

What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Do you have many teeth that are missing, broken, or don't look good? While some patients may never even experience a cavity, others may experience much more difficulty with their oral health. Full mouth reconstruction can fix these issues and give you a better smile. Full mouth rehabilitation refers to rebuild or replace all the teeth or at least one full arch in a patient’s mouth. It improves your oral health, making it easier to eat and boosts your self-confidence and provides a path back to a full, healthy smile This process considers your entire smile, including your teeth and gums. With the help of a cosmetic and restorative dentist, you can feel like a whole new person! Dr. Naji is proud to offer patients full mouth reconstruction in Mission Viejo to repair function and restore the appearance of your mouth. Contact our office today to start building your custom treatment plan and rediscover a lifetime of a dazzling smile!

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Did you know…

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About 1 in 6 people over age 65 have lost all of their teeth (most often due to periodontal disease).

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How Can I Relieve My Pain Before My Visit?

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Take over-the-counter painkillers

You can take ibuprofen, naproxen, or a similar over-the-counter painkiller to help with your pain and discomfort. This may provide you with some relief before your visit.

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Ice the cheek near the affected area

Particularly for tooth pain or oral injuries, icing the area can help numb it and reduce swelling. Ice the area for no more than 10 minutes at a time to avoid damaging the tissue.

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Use a topical anesthetic

If you have some handy, you can use Orajel or a similar topical anesthetic to numb the area. This is a good option for a toothache.

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Visit our office ASAP

All the above steps will only provide temporary relief. To get help, you need to see a dentist like Dr. Naji. Unless you get help right away, it’s likely that your condition will only get worse.

Who May Need Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Severe gum disease

Left alone, gum disease will progressively worsen day after day. While treating it early on can preserve your oral health, not everyone has that opportunity. As gum disease progresses, it leads to further damage to the teeth and their supporting structure, loosening teeth and weakening the gums. Eventually, the teeth no longer have the needed support and will fall out. In fact, the top cause of tooth loss in the US is gum disease. Full mouth reconstruction can help patients restore their teeth impacted by gum disease.

Chronic tooth decay & infections

Minor cavities are easy to treat at first. But if the decay left untreated and continues to grow, the tooth can progressively weaken, eventually needing extraction. The same applies to teeth with infection. Preserving the healthy tooth structure is our gold standard, and in some cases possible with fillings, crowns and root canals. However, Sometimes teeth are damaged beyond repair and need to be extracted and replaced. Full mouth reconstruction can rebuild your smile using a combination of gum treatment, crowns, implants, bridges, removable partials or other treatments.

Severe dental trauma

Having teeth knocked out in a car collision, sports injury, or other accident can be a significant challenge. Even patients with teeth free of disease or decay may suddenly find themselves with a damaged smile. Full mouth reconstruction can repair, replace, and restore each part of the mouth affected by the traumatic incident.

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Full upper teeth reconstruction restored and rebuilt all of the patient's upper teeth while also recontouring his gums to add to the vertical dimension of teeth and return the functionality. Resulting in a more youthful, natural, and healthier smile.

Types of Reconstruction

Each patient's experience for full mouth reconstruction will be slightly different. Typically, it involves one or more of the following procedures combined in unique ways to meet your needs.

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Oral Surgery

For many patients, some manner of oral surgery will be the first step in their reconstruction process. Typically, this involves extracting severely damaged or infected teeth that are beyond repair. It may also involve bone grafting, which restores lost jawbone mass to prepare you for receiving dental implants. Sedation dentistry is available for oral surgery, allowing patients to experience a stress-free visit.

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Root Canal and Dental Crown

If you have any natural teeth that can be saved, then Dr. Naji will always do his best to save them with a root canal treatment and crowns. This procedure clears out the decayed and infected parts of the tooth, and then a custom crown is used to protect the remaining portion. Our natural teeth are more durable than any replacement, so it is always worth it to try preserving as many teeth as possible for full mouth reconstruction.

Full and Partial Dentures

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Dentures are ideal for patients who have lost most or all of their teeth. Partial dentures can replace the missing sections of teeth, while full dentures replace the entire arch.  Dentures and partials are removable options and have to be removed daily and cleaned before placing back and are good options if you are not a candidate to receive dental implants. We also provide implant-supported dentures which can snap on to implants, giving them exceptional support and stability. Dentures allow you to eat, speak, and smile with joy and comfort once again.

Dental Bridges

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Dental bridges allow patients to replace one or more missing teeth and can nbe incorporated into a full mouth reconstruction. Usually, they involve two crowns placed on either side of the missing teeth, creating a bridge that blends into your smile and looks just like natural teeth. Bridges can have a longer lifespan than partial dentures, making them ideal for patients with a medium amount of tooth loss. However, they are slightly less durable than implants, so they make a great in-between solution for many patients. Additionally, bridges are sometimes more affordable than dental implants.

Dental Implants

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Durable, long-lasting, and natural-looking replacement option for missing teeth. These qualities make dental implants the gold standard for tooth replacement. This  procedureallows one tooth to be replaced per implant in some cases, or sometimes a bridge can be put on a few implant abutments.  Dental implants can last up to 25 years or longer. Many patients keep their implants for the rest of their lives! Each crown for dental implants is custom-made to look and feel like a natural part of your smile.

The procedure involves placing an implant post into the gums nd jaw bone, where it fuses with your bone through a natural process. Then, a custom-made abutment and crown are placed on the implant, creating a secure and natural looking new tooth. Implant bridges are sometimes indicated to replace a few missing teeth. Additionally, dental implants can be used as support fordentures. Implant-supported dentures allow patients to restore entire rows of teeth at once.

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