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Full Mouth Reconstruction


Dental x-ray of a full mouth at Tropic Dental in Fort Myers, FLWhether you have missing teeth, or just a less than stellar smile, we can enhance, rebuild and beautify your smile creating a full mouth reconstruction treatment plan. Full mouth reconstruction does not consist of any one answer, but is a customized plan with multiple steps designed with you in mind. Our staff at Tropic Dental can help you obtain the smile you want.

When referring to full mouth reconstruction, the process involves rebuilding and restoring multiple teeth, in either the upper or lower jaws. This includes multiple procedures, completed in a multiple step phase that can span several months or more.

We may recommend a full mouth reconstruction plan when the patient requires more than one treatment such as those listed below, including the patient has:
Missing Teeth Damaged Teeth Stained Teeth Bad Bite TMJ Disorder Bruxism Irregular Shaped Teeth Gum Recession Facial Pain Old Restorations


Working together, we can create a plan that is designed to create a healthy, functional smile that benefits both your oral and overall health while also giving you a beautiful smile.

Full Mouth Restoration Process


To discuss creating a full mouth restoration treatment plan, the first step is scheduling a consultation. During your appointment, Dr. Nikola Goranov will review your concerns, and then examine the area. We may decide to take a closer look with digital x-rays, 3D digital scans, and a comprehensive review of your medical information. We may also request to take photographs or impressions. During your consultation, Dr. Nikola Goranov will examine the following closely:
•  Teeth: What is the state of your teeth? Are some missing or impacted? Do your teeth require restorations including dental crowns, bridges, veneers or dentures, or do you require replacement restorations? Finally, how are your teeth positioned? Are they affecting your bite or causing tension on the jaw joint?
•  Gum Tissue: Our gum tissue is important, it provides the support our teeth need to stay firmly in place. Patients who have experienced chronic periodontitis, or gum disease, can have damaged or even missing gum tissue. Gum tissue regeneration can be a necessary procedure to rebuild and revitalize the area.
•  Bone: Our jawbone plays a vital role in supporting our teeth and providing the structure to our face. Decreased bone levels can mean insufficient bone mass to hold our teeth, or support dental implants. We may need to rebuild and strengthen your bone before treatment can be completed through a bone graft procedure.
•  Jaw Joint: A condition known as temporomandibular joint disorder, or more simply TMJ disorder, is a condition when the jaw joint is out of alignment. This can be due to a bad bite, trauma to the jaw, or changes to the jaw. We may need to help the joint’s alignment to reset the positioning and improve its function.


Schedule A Consultation Appointment


If you are interested in learning more about full mouth restoration, call (239) 226-0023, and schedule your consultation today!
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