Smile Makeover vs. Full Mouth Reconstruction

Smile Makeover vs. Full Mouth Reconstruction

Sometimes the specific dental procedure cannot be an effective solution. This is in those cases when a patient is suffering from more than one dental issue. In such cases, multiple cosmetic or restorative procedures are suggested as per the patient’s needs. These procedures can be tailored as per conditions of the patients. A patient may go for the full mouth reconstruction for dental problems. A patient may choose smile makeover treatment for other cosmetic flaws and better smile perfection that suits well on face.

What Is a Smile Makeover?

In case of any imperfection of smile, a combination of treatments can be taken for smile makeover. The set of all such procedures used for correcting the deviations of smile may be termed as smile makeover. This may include various cosmetic dentistry procedures.

Problems a Smile Makeover Can Treat

Common dental problems that smile makeovers can actually treat may include:

  • Issues of stained teeth or tooth discoloration
  • Chipped teeth problem
  • Cracked teeth problem
  • Excessive gaps between teeth
  • Crooked teeth problem
  • Asymmetrical Smile
  • Gummy smile

Common Procedures in a Smile Makeover

There can a combination of treatments that can be used for smile makeover and this may include:

  • Teeth whitening procedure
  • Dental bonding procedure
  • Porcelain veneers alternatives
  • Gum contouring procedure
  • Orthodontics procedures

What Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction is an advanced procedure that can address various dental issues altogether. It may include combination of multiple dentistry and restorative procedures for overall dental health. It can treat all dental issues such as decay, damage, cavities, gum disease, jaw joint pain etc. It can even improve the overall jawbone structure.

Problems a Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Treat

Some dental problems can only be addressed with full mouth reconstruction procedures and this may include

  • Issues of cavities
  • Sudden acidic erosion
  • Tooth or root fractures
  • Missing tooth issue
  • Root canal infection
  • Periodontal disease
  • Recession of gum
  • Bruxism or teeth grinding
  • TMJ disorders
  • Tooth bone loss

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