A full mouth reconstruction, also called full mouth restoration , is a comprehensive treatment for patients dealing with significant damage and tooth decay.
The comprehensive procedure involves restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, also several dental treatments, performed over several sessions, to address the unique needs of each patient.
These procedures may include tooth extractions, dental implants, porcelain veneers, fillings, crowns, dental bridges, aligners orthodontics and more.
Full mouth reconstruction is a procedure, or a series of procedures, which restores healthy functioning to your mouth and teeth. If you have missing teeth, unhealthy gums or other complications in your mouth, a full mouth reconstruction is recommended and FMR may be the holistic treatment for you.
FMR is not purely a cosmetic treatment, and the full mouth reconstruction is meant for people with medical issues affecting the mouth.
There is a wide range of factors that could make you a suitable candidate for full mouth reconstruction.
If you have gingivitis, periodontitis, where your gums have become infected, you may benefit from FMR.
If you have been in an accident that has resulted in damage to the mouth, teeth or loss of teeth, you may benefit from FMR.
If your teeth have become very worn down , you may benefit from FMR.
If you experience pain in the jaw or headaches, migraines, resulting from jaw misalignment(malocclusion), you may benefit from FMR.
Since full mouth rehabilitation depends upon specific needs of the treatment, it is difficult to say how long exactly it will take, but the procedures are likely to take more than a month, as several procedures will most likely be necessary.
Curious to find out how long will FMR take for you, you can contact to our desk +81-3-6280-5460 to schedule an appointment for a consultation.
This involves having dental crowns or bridges, in order to restore a diseased or missing tooth.
This involves getting rid of infected gums and unhealthy bone in the mouth.
This involves using healthy gum or bone to replace areas where patient’s gum or bone is missing or diseased.
This involves ceramic onlays that can be installed to fix a diseased tooth or a fix an uneven bite for the patient’s mouth.
This involves installing a clear aligner that can fix alignment issues without the esthetic disruption of metallic braces.
Full mouth rehabilitation more commonly known as a smile makeover is a procedure that addresses a pressing medical need.
Full mouth reconstruction costs vary from ¥4,000,000.- to ¥16,000,000.-.
Hence, while most foreign dental insurances should cover it, you should still double check with your provider whether they offer full mouth reconstruction insurance.
First, you will come an initial examination, a panoramic x-ray that will allow Dr.Ryo to assess the level of damage in the mouth.
An x-ray will show how damaged teeth are within the mouth and if root canal treatment is necessary.
Then the gums will be examined to see if there is any periodontal disease that needs to be treated. Once the tooth structure and gums have been examined, Dr.Ryo will turn to cosmetic evaluation, determining what cosmetic alteration is wanted.
After you have been diagnosed, Dr.Ryo will create a treatment plan that will address your medical needs.
Surgeries like gum restoration and root canal treatment will likely be done first, followed by dental implants and cosmetic alterations.
By the end of FMR, you are expected to have a healthy and beautiful mouth.
When procedures in full mouth reconstruction are completed you will need to recover before further treatment is given.
Dr. Ryo may prescribe antibiotics and pain medication to aid in the recovery process.
Depending on the procedure, you may need to eat soft foods or have drinkable meals until they recover.
Once full mouth reconstruction is complete, it is important to maintain good dental health by brushing teeth and flossing every after meals, possibly three times a day.
It is essential to come to RYO DENTAL CLINIC for dental checkups and professional mechanical tooth cleaning which will require once in every three months.
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