What Can Happen During a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Posted on 5/29/2020 by Manhattan Maxillofacial Surgery Group
During a full mouth reconstruction, there are some things that our patients experience or want to know. We do our best to provide everyone with the information that they need before having the procedure done, as we want to ensure that everyone is happy with their outcome. We also want to make you comfortable with the procedure you are going through to get that outcome. Knowing what to expect during this procedure makes it easier to go through.
What to Expect During Your Full Mouth Reconstruction
There are usually two or more treatments that are needed to reconstruct the smile. These procedures work in tandem to address multiple dental concerns that our patients have. We come up with the best treatment plan for each individual patient, as everyone's mouth is different. The procedure is one that you can either get local anesthesia for, or we will put you to sleep using general anesthesia, depending on your comfort level. Additionally, we will ensure that every patient understands the next steps and what to expect when they wake up. For some, we remove teeth in the first visit and put new teeth in during the second. For other patients, we perform grafting procedures so that they can get a rebuilt smile. Each patient is different, and we will do our best to provide you with more information regarding the specific treatments that you are going to have. We can answer any and all questions you may have and ensure you get the smile you want, while also being comfortable with the entire procedure from start to finish. Speak with us today to find out more regarding the full mouth reconstruction that can be done in our office. If you have more questions, or if you want a consult, give us a call and we can schedule a time for you to come in and speak with our dental professionals about the look that you want to have.
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