Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dental damage, gum disease, or missing teeth can have a major negative impact on the health of your smile.
Full mouth reconstruction addresses multiple dental issues at once by combining several restorative procedures.
If your oral health is compromised, the dentists at Iroquois Dentistry in Nashville, TN, can design a custom treatment plan for you...
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No matter the state of your teeth and gums, our dentists can design a treatment plan that will relieve pain, restore your dental function, and radically upgrade the appearance of your smile. If you or someone you love is in need of a full mouth reconstruction, schedule a visit at Iroquois Dentistry in Nashville, TN, today.
Since 1946, our practice has been proudly serving the communities of Nashville. Over the years, we have grown into one of the most comprehensive practices in town. With a wide range of preventive, restorative, and cosmetic services, we are equipped to handle virtually all of your oral health needs.
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What Can Full Mouth Reconstruction Fix?
Broken, cracked, or fractured teeth
What Can Be Included in Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Commonly Combined Procedures
Dental fillings are placed in the mouth to address mild to moderate dental decay. In addition to treating cavities, tooth-colored fillings can also be used to fill in small chips and areas of minor dental damage.
Also called caps, dental crowns are tooth-shaped restorations that add strength and reinforcement to decayed or damaged teeth. They can also conceal deep dental stains. We have the ability to create and place dental crowns in only one appointment.
Sometimes decay is too mild to warrant a crown, but too severe to be repaired by a filling. In these cases, custom inlays or onlays can be made to reinforce your natural tooth structure.
Consecutive missing teeth can be addressed with a dental bridge. These restorations consist of two crowns with artificial teeth between them. We offer traditional and implant-supported bridges.
Severe or complete tooth loss can be devastating. Our doctors offer full and partial dentures to help patients restore their smiles. Implant-supported prostheses are also available.
Dental implants replace lost tooth roots. Our dentists restore single implants with crowns to address localized tooth loss. We also offer implant-supported bridges and dentures to help preserve the health and function of your mouth.
If bacteria enter the pulp of a tooth, the infection can compromise your health and spread to other areas. Root canal treatment eliminates infection at the source and prevents the need for extraction.
Gum disease has been linked to a number of oral and overall health issues, including heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Periodontal therapy reduces bacteria and prevents gum disease from advancing.
Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) can lead to severe jaw pain as well as bite problems, tooth erosion, and other dental issues. TMD treatment repositions the jaw to reduce symptoms.
Crooked, crowded, or gapped teeth can be more difficult to clean, leading to an increased risk of decay and disease. ClearCorrect® uses plastic aligners to straighten the teeth for an improved appearance and better oral health.
Recovery and Aftercare
Extractions, bone grafts, implants, and other surgical procedures may require one to two days of downtime. In general, we encourage patients to avoid exercise and strenuous activity for the first 48 to 72 hours and follow the provided postoperative guidelines.
While individuals undergoing orthodontic treatments will likely have some tenderness at the beginning of the process, this discomfort is typically short-lived and can be successfully managed with over-the-counter medications, taken as prescribed by your dentist.