If you have several dental conditions that are affecting your dental function and smile, or putting your teeth at risk, Jessica Pandich, DDS, offers customized full mouth reconstructions at her private practice in Midtown Manhattan, near Bryant Park and Grand Central. Dr. Pandich combines the dental treatments you need to restore your smile and dental function in personalized treatment plans. Call Dr. Pandich today or schedule a consultation online to learn more about your full mouth reconstruction options.
What is a full mouth reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment plan that combines several dental procedures to repair and enhance the function and appearance of your teeth. For example, if you have several dental issues such as discoloration, missing teeth, and tooth decay, Dr. Pandich can create a treatment plan to address all of your concerns together, instead of focusing on just one problem. Some of the treatments that might be included in your full mouth restoration plan could include:
- Dental implants
- Dental crowns
- Teeth whitening
- Dental Onlays
Your full mouth reconstruction is fully customized to meet your specific needs to give you a beautiful, healthy, and fully functional smile.
What is the process for this type of service?
Dr. Pandich begins the full mouth reconstruction process with a professional assessment of your current state of dental health. She carefully assesses each tooth to determine if it can be saved, or if it requires the application of a veneer, crown or other restorative option.
Dr. Pandich also evaluates your gum tissue as your gum health is critical to your overall dental health and the security of your teeth. She also studies your bone structure and connective tissues of the jaw are also closely to ensure your bite is properly aligned and that there are not additional medical issues that need to be addressed prior to restorative work. Finally, she creates a customized treatment plan incorporating all of your needs and treatment options.
How long does full mouth reconstruction take?
The answer varies depending on your needs. For example, if you have advanced gum disease or structural problems within your jaw, Dr. Pandich needs to address those issues before beginning the process of replacing missing teeth or repairing damaged or decayed teeth. Many of these treatments require several months of recovery before Dr. Pandich can begin your other dental restorations.
However, if your jaw is healthy, Dr. Pandich can get started on restorative treatments like dental implant placement and fitting you with crowns or veneers. She combines treatments into as few appointments as possible. Although, some treatments need to be completed before she can start others. Dr. Pandich provides customized advice to let you know what you can expect during your full mouth reconstruction.