What can go wrong with full mouth reconstruction?
Many dental treatments enjoy high success rates and the vast majority of patients do not experience any problems or side effects.
However, no procedure is 100% perfect and problems do occur in a small minority of cases.
These are likely to be implant failure, loose veneers or veneers which fall off; an ill-fitting crown or a crown which falls off altogether.
These are fairly minor problems which can be corrected. If you notice any of these or anything untoward then contact your dentist.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Guide Index:
- What is a ‘full mouth reconstruction?’
- Who should consider a full mouth reconstruction?
- How do I find a cosmetic dentist?
- What questions should I ask?
- How much does a full mouth reconstruction cost?
- What is the full mouth reconstruction procedure?
- How long does it take?
- Is it painful?
- What are the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction?
- What can go wrong?
- What do I need to do after this procedure?
- Will I need any further treatment?
- Smile Makeover
- Teeth Whitening
- Dental Veneers
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Bridges
- Dental Restorations
- Dental Implants
- Cerec dentistry
- Cosmetic Bonding
- Tooth Reshaping
- Full Mouth Reconstruction
- Cost of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Teeth Straightening
- Inman Aligner
- 6 month smiles
- Damon Braces
- Lingual braces
- General Dentistry
- Dental Hygiene
- Perio Protect
- Dental Floss