Full mouth reconstruction is a process of restoring all of the teeth, in both the upper and lower jaws. It involves procedures like crowns, bridges, veneers and requires dental specialists to perform the treatment.
One may need full mouth reconstruction due to loss of teeth from decay or trauma, and in cases of injury to teeth. In certain cases where teeth are worn from erosion due to acidic foods and beverages or tooth grinding, and due to jaw, muscle and headache pain; full mouth restoration might be recommended.
Case Study for Full Mouth Reconstruction.
Patient was 23yrs female with a history of smoking and alcoholism. She used to experience pain at early mornings in the left neck and shoulders. She also had a clenching habit and a past history of RCT (Root Canal Treatment) done in all teeth.
And some of the major weak points in this case was that the patient used to work in night shifts. So there was an element of stress, back pain and pain in the neck.
Before Full Mouth Reconstruction.
After Full Mouth Reconstruction.