Helping You Build A New Smile

When you have a complex set of oral health problems, you may require multiple treatments to restore your smile. A full mouth reconstruction takes a comprehensive view of the state of your smile to plan the order of procedures that best return your oral health, function, and appearance. This could be as simple as combining two services or it can be much more involved. No matter the extent of your current needs, we will help you put your best smile forward!

Planning Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

We will perform a full evaluation to diagnose your concerns and prioritize those that require immediate attention. We follow our visual exam by taking advanced imaging using digital X-rays and intraoral cameras to see the full picture. This step allows us to identify common oral health problems such as:

  • Tooth Infections
  • Active decay
  • Periodontal disease
  • Missing teeth
  • Malocclusion
  • Dental damage we can repair
  • Teeth that require extraction

Stabilizing Your Oral Health

Before placing certain restorations, we must address any active concerns disrupting the stability of your smile. If we discover an ongoing gum infection, we will perform periodontal treatment to help get it under control. We will also immediately treat any active tooth infections with root canal therapy and perform the appropriate treatment to remove all existing decay from your smile. Once your dental tissues stabilize, we will feel more confident performing restorative work to return your smile’s function and appearance.

Rebuilding Your Smile

To reconstruct your mouth, you will require a full set of healthy teeth that provide a comfortable bite and support your oral health. Your full mouth reconstruction will complete by repairing or replacing all existing structural concerns. We may provide:

  • Orthodontic care with Invisalign or Six Month Smiles
  • Dental crowns or fillings to support decaying or damaged teeth
  • Dental prosthetics for lost teeth including bridges, implants, or dentures