Full Mouth Reconstruction

Transform Your Oral Health

Patients sometimes find themselves with a variety of restorative needs that we cannot correct with one treatment. However, a full mouth reconstruction can completely restore your oral health, function, and appearance. From minor to complex, we will create a care plan that addresses your unique oral health needs,

Your Consultation

Your dentist will begin by performing a thorough examination. This will begin with a visual exam followed by the use of advanced imaging, including digital X-rays and an intraoral camera. By taking a close look at the inner workings of your oral cavity, we can diagnose and treat:

  • Urgent concerns that require immediate attention, such as an infection or decay
  • Fixable damage, such as broken teeth
  • Teeth too unhealthy or loose to save, which we may address with an extraction
  • Gum disease
  • Existing tooth loss
  • Severe misalignment

Restoring Your Oral Health

Your dentist may suggest one or several treatments, such as dental fillings, dental crowns, a deep cleaning, tooth removal, root canal treatment, or therapy for jaw concerns. If you suffer from periodontal disease, we may refer to you to a trusted specialist to improve your gum health. Once your dental tissues are healthy and prepared to support a new smile, we will work on restoring function and beauty.

Reconstructing Your Smile

You require a mouthful of teeth that function effectively and fit together comfortably for optimal oral health. We will complete your full mouth reconstruction by addressing structural concerns, including:

  • Tooth replacement for missing teeth, which may include the use of prosthetics like dental bridges, dentures, or dental implants
  • Fillings or dental crowns, inlays, or onlays, to repair tooth decay or damaged teeth
  • Orthodontic care to improve your bite as a means of preventing future damage