A single dental concern can usually be treated with a single procedure—but what if you have more than one issue that needs to be fixed? Dr. Arash Azarbal, our extensively trained cosmetic dentist, understands that many patients have multiple conditions that need to be addressed. These include: restoring broken down teeth, replacing missing teeth, fixing and restoring the bite, and restoring all of these conditions in an aesthetic manner to give you a cosmetically beautiful smile. For these situations, Dr. Azarbal offers full mouth reconstruction. An innovative multi-modality treatment, full mouth reconstruction is a customized approach that combines selected techniques to achieve the ultimate goal of having an aesthetic and functional dentition.
Bothered by multiple oral health concerns such as cavities, gaps, stains, missing teeth, or other issues? Full mouth reconstruction may be an ideal solution. Dr. Azarbal can help you determine which methods can give you the smile you’ve always dreamed of.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is simply a term used to describe a combination of procedures used to enhance the health and beauty of the smile. A restorative alternative to a Smile Makeover, which focuses on cosmetic enhancement, full mouth reconstruction is designed to repair and rehabilitate the teeth and gums, restore the bite, and enhance cosmetic issues. It combines aesthetic and functional treatments for more comprehensive improvements. During your initial consultation, Dr. Azarbal will discuss your concerns, evaluate your needs, and collaboratively develop a treatment plan to optimize your outcome.
What Are the Benefits of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction opens the door for a multitude of benefits. First and foremost, you are treated to a comprehensive examination of your mouth, in which our dentist will carefully observe any existing or potential problems.
This treatment plan can address a variety of issues, including:
- Missing teeth
- Broken and chipped teeth
- Decaying teeth
- Teeth affected by deep stains
- Misaligned or crowded teeth
- Mechanics of your bite
- Teeth that have been worn down due to bruxism (teeth grinding)
- Periodontal issues such as gum inflammation and recession
What Treatments Can Be Included in a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
One of the many benefits of full mouth reconstruction is that it can be tailored to suit your individual needs and goals. Some of the most common procedures that are applied include:
- Dental Implants
- Dental Bridges
- Porcelain Dental Crowns
- Porcelain Veneers
- Chairside Veneers
- Bite Restoration
- Teeth Whitening
- Mercury-Free Dentistry
- TMJ Disorder treatment
Additionally, any number of cosmetic treatments can be added to your plan to both strengthen and beautify your smile. To help make your experience the best it can be, we offer sedation dentistry to put you at ease and make you feel more comfortable.
“Very happy with this dentist. No pain! Thanks for making my dental experience a positive one. I felt no pain, and the dentist talked me through the procedure. I liked the fact that he listened to my fears and concerns and provided some methods to help me relax. ”
How is the Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure Performed?
The procedure typically begins with a consultation and a thorough oral exam. Our dentist will prioritize the most pressing issues, and the two of you will come up with a game plan to fully restore your mouth. From there, the course of action depends on the particular treatments you will need performed, whether they involve a restoration of your teeth, gums, bite, or all of the above.
We encourage you to always be upfront with our dentist about the procedures that are most important to you. He will always take your feelings into consideration and move at a pace you are comfortable with.
How Long Does the Full Mouth Reconstruction Process Take?
Since full mouth reconstruction is made-to-order, the procedure time will vary depending on the type and number of techniques that are used in your treatment plan. Most patients will have several appointments, although some dental procedures may be performed in the same visit. Dr. Azarbal will review the timeline, estimated completion date, and more information with you during your initial consultation. If you have any questions, we encourage you to reach out to our friendly and knowledgeable team at any time.
How Long Do the Results of Full Mouth Restoration Last?
We are dedicated to providing high-quality, long-lasting dental care, and our practice utilizes the most advanced technology and materials possible to preserve the health of your oral structures and your overall well-being. Many procedures we offer are designed to last for decades with proper care, while others, such as teeth whitening, have a shorter duration. We will let you know how long to anticipate your results will last for each treatment, and we can also advise you on how to extend the life of your outcome as much as possible.
How Much Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
Because this procedure leaves the door open for any number of different treatments to be performed at once, the price of a full mouth reconstruction will vary. Factors that affect the total cost include the complexity of the procedures, dental materials utilized, whether sedation dentistry techniques are necessary, the number and types of treatments involved, and other components. A member of our team can put together a cost estimate before any treatments are performed and answer your questions. Some treatments in the full mouth reconstruction procedure may be covered, at least partially, by dental insurance policies. We accept a variety of insurance plans and payment options, including financing arrangements available for qualified applicants through CareCredit® and LendingClub®. We can work with you to determine the most budget-friendly way to pay for your full mouth reconstruction procedure.
We want to serve as your partners in dental health, so please feel comfortable talking to us about any questions, concerns, or goals. If you would like to discuss a full mouth reconstruction, give us a call today.