If you have a lot of dental issues (like multiple missing teeth, unhealthy gums, and other complications), you might need to consider a full mouth reconstruction. It will help you improve both function and aesthetics.
Moreover, if you belong to a group of patients who struggle with Dentinogenesis Imperfecta, Amelogenesis, or Ectodermal Dysplasia, you should know that a full mouth reconstruction is the only way to improve your smile in this case.
To make sure that you need a full mouth reconstruction, you should find a prosthodontist for a detailed consultation. Keep in mind that only a group of professionals can prepare patients for this procedure.
Before you decide to make a full mouth reconstruction, you should be aware of the fact that the treatment process takes up to one month. Also, the whole procedure is quite costly. According to the latest statistics, the cost of full mouth reconstruction varies from $30.000 to $150.000 in the United States. On the other hand, most dental insurance providers cover it. It’s better to double-check your insurance before going to the dentist.
To learn more about full mouth reconstruction, check out the infographic provided by Kate Brayman DDS: