Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction, also known as rehabilitation or restoration, represents the procedure of rebuilding or concurrently restoring all of the patient’s teeth in the upper and lower jaws.
Procedures involving a full mouth reconstruction
Generally, a full mouth reconstruction requires several office visits and phases. Patients should expect such a treatment to last 12 months or even longer, depending on their specific needs.
The procedures involving a full mouth reconstruction may consist of:
Our dentists may offer more details on what these other procedures may consist of.
Who is a good candidate for a full mouth restoration?
A full mouth restoration might be necessary when:
- Teeth have been lost because of decay or mouth injury
- Teeth have been fractured or damaged
- Teeth have become extremely damaged due to an acidic diet, acid reflux or teeth grinding
- Patients have continuous muscle, jaw and head pain and need bite adjustments.
Our dentists are experienced in practicing the different restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures which render natural-looking, healthy and functional full mouth reconstructions. To make an appointment with one of them, please contact our friendly team.