Snowbirds have arrived and they all have a few questions in their mind, “Full Mouth Restoration, what is it?” another question “Is this treatment my best option?” Sani knows that our visitors have these concerns, through this and another post we will explain to you what it is and which is your best option. A perfect smile is an option we are all entitled to, if you lost your smile, allow Sani Dental Group to help. This is how you can restore your joy, your happiness, and your smile.
Full Mouth Restoration – What is it?
Full mouth reconstruction, full mouth rehabilitation and full mouth restoration are terms dentists use to describe dental procedures that help in the rebuilding or restoring of teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. This dental procedure usually involves several stages and can incorporate several dental specialists.
Dental specialists can include endodontists (a dentist who specializes in the tooth pulp), oral surgeons, orthodontists (a dentist who specializes in tooth movements and positions), and periodontists (a dentist who specialize in the gums).
There are several reasons why one might need to have a Full Mouth Reconstruction procedure, the most common reasons include:
- Replace a fracture or injured teeth
- Teeth loss due to acid erosion
- Teeth loss due to decay
- Teeth loss due to trauma
- Teeth wore out due to teeth grinding
- TMJ or Jaw-Muscle complications
The above is only a short list of reasons why one could need a Full Mouth Reconstruction procedure. Now that we know why we would need a full mouth restoration procedure, it time to know the many options full mouth restoration offer.
My Restoration Options
In Sani Dental Group, a Full Mouth Restoration can include only of the following procedures:
- Dental Implants
- Dental Bridge
- Dental Dentures
- Dental Crowns
- All on program
Each of the above steps into several steps and in order to know which procedure will be best for you will need to visit your dentist. Why? Simple, after correctly diagnosing your oral problem, only a skill dentist can tell you which procedure is right for you.
For every dental procedure, a proper initial diagnosis is needed and good communication. Imagine the following a patient who has an allergy comes for a procedure, but forgets to tell the dentist about her allergy. Can you imagine the possible consequences? This is why it super important that you choose the correct dentist.
Where should I treat Myself?
With so many dentists in the world, the question is, where should I treat myself? Well, you definitely have many places where you can treat your dental needs. Our advice, go to the capital of dental tourism, go to Los Algodones, Mexico. Traveling to third-world countries for medical procedures could sound weird, but when you find out that this place offers you excellent dental specialists and at an affordable price, then you know you are in the right place.
Why I go to Los Algodones
Thousands of snowbirds choose to go to Los Algodones because this town offers its patients’ the most affordable options. Why pay thousands of dollars, when you can save up to 70% when compared to US and Canada prices. What can you do with all the savings? Why not a little vacation? You can go to local beaches, enjoy warm weather, go sightseeing, visit local museums/attractions, or you can simply stay at your hotel rest and relax. Why not? Remember you deserve this.
The largest dental clinic in Los Algodones knows that a visit to the dentist could be a hassle, but it shouldn't be like that. Through Sani Dental Group all in one program, all the hassles a dental visit can involve vanish. If you have concerns regarding the many options full mouth restoration offers, give one of patient coordinators a call. Our coordinators are skilled and can answer most questions you might have, in addition to setting up your appointment. Whether you need a simple procedure or “Full Mouth Restoration” procedure, come to the capital of dental tourism and save.
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