Full Mouth Reconstruction

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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:


  • Prophylactic tooth cleaning and periodontal care
  • Reduction of the natural tooth structure so that bridges, crowns or veneers may be placed
  • Permanent restoration placement, like bridges, crowns, veneers or inlays/onlays fabricated from ceramic, ceramic supported by metal or a combination of both
  • Crown lengthening to uncover sound, healthy tooth structure for potential crowns or bridges
  • Orthognathic surgery in order to restore the jaw position
  • Gum tissue contouring to create a beautiful, symmetric smile Other procedures.

    • 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.