For some patients who suffer from multiple oral health concerns, achieving a strong, beautiful smile can require extensive treatment. At Dental Wellness of Westchase in Tampa, FL, we strive to help all our patients reach their oral health goals. We can use a full mouth reconstruction to combine the restorative treatments you need to heal and correct decayed, damaged, or otherwise compromised teeth and gums. Dr. Amy Creech-Gionis and her Associates are exceptionally caring dental providers, who are skilled at identifying and treating all dental concerns. They always design these reconstructions with your present and future oral health in mind, so you can see a brighter smile now and in the future.
A full mouth reconstruction is a treatment plan used to address your overall smile after a number of oral health concerns have developed. These issues may include dental decay, eroded enamel, missing teeth, cracked teeth, or gum disease. When patients do not have regular access to routine dentistry services or suffer from dental anxiety, it is not uncommon to see damage develop in multiple areas, requiring more than one procedure to rebuild their smile.
Dental Wellness of Westchase offers the comfortable, compassionate treatment you need to restore your oral health. With a wide range of restorative treatments and gentle dental sedation, we can ensure your comfort with effective and efficient procedures.
Possible Treatments Involved
Your unique treatment plan may include any combination of treatments such as:
- Restorations, including fillings, crowns, bridges, and dentures
- Dental implants
- Periodontal therapy
- Restorative bonding
Candidates for Treatment
Anyone with moderate to severe issues that affect multiple teeth may benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. In many cases, a medical condition such as dry mouth, diabetes, acid reflux, or hormonal changes can be connected to the seemingly sudden need for extensive treatment.
You may benefit from full mouth reconstruction if you suffer from a number of symptoms including:
- One or more teeth lost to decay
- Painful, swollen, or bleeding gums
- Sporadic or chronic painful toothaches
- Teeth that are sensitive to hot and cold temperatures
- Teeth that are worn down, cracked, or have jagged/chipped edges
- Visible cavities in one or more teeth
- Receding gums and exposed roots
If you experience any combination of these issues we will restore your healthy smile, treat symptoms of infection, and preserve the structure and function of compromised teeth.
Your implant-based crown, bridge, or denture prevent changes to the size and shape of your jawbone and provide superior stability for your smile.
Advanced Treatments for Missing Teeth
Our doctors are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art treatments to help patients receive the highest level of care possible from the comfort of our office. One of the most advanced options we provide is dental implants to restore missing teeth with long-term, life-changing benefits. For patients suffering from tooth loss, we will always recommend replacing missing teeth with dental implants.
Implant-based prosthetics offer the most permanent and comprehensive way to replace missing teeth. They can also make your future oral health more predictable and stable. With dental implants, bone loss that accompanies missing teeth will be prevented. Your implant-based crown, bridge, or denture will be supported by implants that prevent changes to the size and shape of your jawbone and provide superior stability for your smile.
Rebuild Your Oral Health
If you are ready for a healthy beautiful smile our team can provide the perfect treatment for you. Send us a message online or call (813) 855-2273 to begin rebuilding your smile and oral health.