To speak of the entire dental reconstruction is, without a doubt, to speak of one of the interventions that are most performed today, within the dentistry sector. An intervention whose degree of complexity can vary greatly depending on the situation and the patient. Full Dental reconstruction
In what cases is the entire dental reconstruction necessary?
Contrary to what one might think, the case in which reconstruction should take place is not unique. Currently several situations have been detected in which this type of intervention can be effective.
Problems with the crown of the tooth
There are situations in which a fracture in the crown of the tooth can occur. A scenario in which part of it is lost. Hence the need to carry out a reconstruction. And in this case the objective is to restore it completely.
Large and destructive caries
There are many occasions in which patients do not pay too much attention to cavities. However, these, with the passage of time, can get worse. A point where it can produce a destruction of such magnitude that reconstruction is necessary.
This intervention is carried out when the caries is not only of great extent but also of great depth. And that is when there is a very large probability that the nerve has been damaged.
There is no doubt that everything that has to do with dental health is not only related to one’s health, but also, closely linked to aesthetics. In fact, nowadays it is very common to find many people investing great amounts of money in maintaining not only healthy, but also attractive teeth.
That is why we can look into some cases, in which total reconstruction of the tooth is necessary.
- Wear of the dental pieces.
- Dental pieces that have small caries but can disfigure, for example, a person’s smile.
- Split teeth that cause various problems such as malocclusion.
- Parts in positions that are not optimal and that can lead to other problems of various kinds.
Why is it such a common intervention?
Although each patient will have their own reasons, from the dentistry sector, there are some reasons, totally objective, which make this intervention inevitable, such as:
- It is a highly protocolled medical procedure. This makes it very safe in every possible way.
- It is an intervention with almost a 100% success rate and this alone encourages many patients to go for it.
- It is completely painless. The advancements that have been attained within the field of anaesthesia make this type of intervention sufficiently convenient.
- The procedure does not require great investment and thus almost anyone can have access to it. Something that becomes much more evident is if we take into account that more and more dental clinics have financing plans.