Full Mouth Reconstruction - Lancaster PA, Columbia - Dr. Gilbert Palmieri

Feel Healthier and Happier with Full Mouth Reconstruction

Grandmother and granddaughter potting plantsWith time, untreated oral health problems can compound and even lead to systemic health issues. Fortunately, a full mouth reconstruction can alleviate your symptoms and prevent the cascade of negative effects on your health. A full mouth reconstruction offers the convenience of a single, comprehensive treatment plan that addresses all your oral health needs. Dr. Palmieri can design and perform a full mouth reconstruction at his Lancaster practice that restores your smile, balances your bite, and renews your confidence. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and begin the path to better health.

What Causes Oral Health Deterioration?

The human mouth has over 600 varieties of bacteria living in it, and our jaws exert intense pressure so that our teeth can bite and chew food. We also subject our teeth to extreme temperatures, acidic foods, and in some cases, carcinogens like tobacco. When oral health care is neglected, disease can arise in the forms of tooth decay and gum disease. In addition, most dental work does not last forever, and needs to be replaced over time. Genetics and certain medical conditions can also place you at higher risk of developing decay or gum disease. 

Who Is a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

When a combination of restorative dental procedures are required to improve your oral health, the treatment plan may be classified as a full mouth reconstruction. After an oral examination and review of your x-rays, Dr. Palmieri will show you his findings and discuss whether full mouth reconstruction is the right option for you. If anxiety or dental phobia has kept you from seeking the care you need, ask about sedation dentistry to help you relax when you undergo treatment.

What Is Involved in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Individualized case planning is the key to success for a full mouth reconstruction. Treatment varies greatly from case to case, but we generally see commonly combine treatments:

  • Dental fillings, inlays, and onlays to treat tooth decay

  • Dental crowns for more extensive tooth decay, or a missing tooth

  • Dental bridges to replace one or more consecutive missing teeth

  • Dentures to replace a full arch of teeth

  • Dental implants to provide superior support for your restorations

  • Replacing damaged or worn crowns, bridges, and dentures

  • Root canal therapy to remove decay in the tooth cavity and roots

  • Periodontal treatment to eradicate gum disease

  • Bone or soft tissue grafting for advanced gum disease, or preparation for dental implant placement

  • Tooth extraction for severely compromised teeth

  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder treatment to treat teeth grinding and overcome jaw discomfort

  • Orthodontics to straighten teeth and align your bite

Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction Affordable?

Dr. Palmieri wants nothing to stand between you and restored oral health. Our office can help you navigate your insurance coverage and file your insurance claims. Dr. Palmieri is also the largest provider of CareCredit® financing in south central Pennsylvania, so we can help you develop a plan that fits well with your budget and even divide your treatment into phases.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

If you are suffering with oral health problems, schedule a consultation with Dr. Palmieri today and learn how full mouth reconstruction can give you a reason to smile again.  

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