Full-mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive restorative treatment, and includes multiple cosmetic and restorative dental procedures to create a healthy, beautiful smile. Dr. McKinley and Dr. Holloway typically recommend full-mouth reconstruction if your teeth has sustained severe damage due to injury, decay or infection.
Causes for Full Mouth Restoration
Some of the dental problems which may lead to the need for full-mouth restoration include:
- Chipped or broken teeth
- Cracked or fractured teeth
- Tooth decay
- Periodontal disease
- Missing teeth
- Dental injury or trauma
Full-mouth restoration is also known as a smile makeover, and often involves restoring many or all the teeth in the mouth. During your personalized consultation with our dentists, we will examine your mouth and help you determine which treatments will produce the best results for your oral health and smile. Ultimately, our goal is to give you back a healthy, functional and beautiful smile.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Shelby Township, MI
Treatments which may be recommended in full-mouth restoration include:
- Dental bonding
- Dental bridges
- Dental crowns
- Dental fillings
- Dental implants
- Dental inlays or onlays
- Dental veneers
- Dentures (traditional or implant-supported)
- Gum recontouring
- Oral surgery (including corrective jaw surgery)
- Periodontal treatments
- Root canal treatment
- TMJ Treatments
- Tooth extraction
For more information about full-mouth reconstruction and to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled dentists, call us today at 586-685-0880.
Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQs
What is full-mouth reconstruction?
Full-mouth reconstruction is the process of rebuilding, restoring or replacing most or all of the teeth in the upper and lower jaws. The purpose of full-mouth reconstruction is the restore your oral health and function after your teeth have sustained significant damage.
Who is a candidate for full-mouth reconstruction?
Anyone with multiple dental complication or concerns, such as teeth that are cracked, broken, decayed or missing, is a candidate for full-mouth reconstruction. Full-mouth reconstruction also addresses problems with the gums, bite, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) or jaw muscles.
Will a full-mouth reconstruction be painful?
Our dentists make every effort to ensure that your treatment is comfortable. We offer sedation dentistry to help minimize pain the discomfort and provide post-op instructions to help you manage discomfort while you recover. During your initial consultation we will review your sedation options so that you can choose the comfort option that is best for you.
How much will full-mouth reconstruction cost?
The cost of full-mouth reconstruction depends on the type and number of treatments performed, the dental materials and techniques used, and whether dental sedation is needed. After your initial consultation our dentists will be able to provide you with a cost estimate. Your insurance provider may also cover at least part of the cost of your treatment, and we will work with you to maximize your benefits.
How long will my treatment results last?
How long your treatment lasts depends on how well you take care of your teeth and gums. By following our dentists post-treatment instructions, brushing and flossing daily, and continuing to visit our office regularly for preventive care you can ensure that you enjoy long-lasting results.