A Problem Mouth
Can Be Rebuilt
Full Mouth Reconstruction Restores Health
If your mouth does not function as it should, causes pain, or you have experienced facial trauma, you likely will need full mouth reconstruction treatment. Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive dental treatment plan that consists of one or more procedures with the overall goal of restoring aesthetics and healthy functionality. Our board-certified oral surgeons are uniquely qualified to offer full mouth reconstruction as they have a surgical background, years of training and education, and an in-depth knowledge on how to make the jaw function naturally. Only oral surgeons are able to reconstruct the delicate bones in the face or treat extreme lacerations if severe trauma has occurred. Our team at Associated Oral & Implant Surgeons can rebuild your mouth and face to its natural, fully functional state. This process can take anywhere from months to years, but the overall outcome is life changing.
- Missing teeth (individual or full-arch)
- Impacted teeth
- Broken or fractured jaw or facial bones
- Bite misalignment
- Disease or infection in the mouth
- Loss of bone in the jaw
Considered the gold standard of tooth replacement, dental implants mimic both the function and appearance of natural teeth. The implant post stimulates the jaw bone and firmly holds the dental crown in place to provide a strong bite and natural appearance in the smile.
If a tooth is badly damaged, failing or impacted, an extraction might be necessary to preserve the oral structure or prepare for dental implants. Wisdom teeth may also need to be extracted to prevent concerns from developing or eliminate discomfort.
When the soft tissues of the mouth cause concern, such as excessive gum tissue or a restrictive frenum, we can gently remove the tissue to improve health. Treatment can improve the look of the smile, access damaged area under the gums, or free up the lip and tongue from restriction.
When your jaw does not function correctly, or causes pain, corrective jaw surgery can repair the damaged areas and improve your oral function. Issues of TMJ or sleep apnea can be improved on a case-by-case basis.
For those who have been in serious accidents and suffered trauma to the face, we are able to reconstruct and repair the damage to help return function and aesthetics back to the face.
When making the step to restore your health with full mouth reconstruction, it is important to find specialists in the field. Our doctors at Associated Oral & Implant Surgeons are uniquely qualified in aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery, having received extra education and hospital surgery training. We are also experienced in sedation dentistry, including advanced IV sedation, so our patients experience a nearly pain- and anxiety-free treatment. What You Can Expect:
- Care from board-certified oral surgeons
- In-office or hospital treatment
- Emergency appointments available
- Leading providers of facial trauma car