Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction is when all or most of the teeth need to be repaired or replaced. Often, gum tissue and even jawbone also require restoration work. 

A full mouth reconstruction may require multiple procedures, but when it’s complete, the form and function of the mouth is restored — as is the overall appearance of the mouth and smile. 

Think of a full mouth reconstruction as a complete makeover for your mouth. 

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When and why is a full mouth reconstruction needed?

Dental issues rarely stay localized. Over time, a single missing tooth can lead to gum disease, tooth decay, and bone loss, which in turn can lead to further missing teeth. Missing or damaged teeth also make it more likely that other teeth will become damaged or decayed, either because of teeth shifting into the space left by a lost tooth or because remaining teeth are experiencing additional wear and tear to make up for the missing teeth. Basically, when dental problems go untreated, the whole system can break down. Once multiple, serious dental health problems need to be addressed, a full mouth reconstruction may be the best option. 

Full mouth reconstruction may also be needed after accidents or other facial trauma. From car accidents to sports injuries, patients may be left with multiple cracked teeth, broken teeth, and even missing teeth. When the damage is extensive, a full mouth reconstruction can restore from and function back to a pre-injury state.

Benefits of Teeth Restoration

As mentioned above, untreated dental health problems can worsen and spread. Teeth restoration can not only halt this process but reverse it. When missing or damaged teeth are replaced, such as with dental implants, the health of the gums and jawbone improves as well.

And while the health benefits of teeth restoration are significant, they aren’t the only reason to undergo restorative dentistry. 

A full mouth restoration doesn’t just restore your teeth; it restores your confidence. Teeth restoration allows you to return to the lifestyle you remember, being able to laugh, smile, and sing. Not to mention being able to eat your favorite foods and eat at social gatherings without embarrassment.

What Treatments May Be Included In A Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth restoration is a series of procedures or treatments that are specially chosen to address your unique dental health needs. These treatments may include: 

  • Reshaping the biting surfaces of the teeth
  • Replacement of old fillings
  • Reconstruction of badly worn or damaged teeth
  • Braces or other orthodonture
  • Crowns, bridges, or dental implants
  • Veneers or other cosmetic treatments
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Why choose Mid-Peninsula Dental Specialists for my full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction requires multiple procedures, potentially including everything from oral surgery focusing on the gums and jaw, procedures focused on the tooth root, and restorations which may include crowns, bridges, implants, or veneers. 

Work that focuses on different areas of your dental health requires different specialists — and at Mid-Peninsula Dental Specialists, we can handle all of those procedures under one roof. Not only does that offer you convenience, but it means your care team can work together and coordinate your restoration, planning the best order for your procedures, considering recovery time and other details unique to your case.

Am I a candidate for teeth restoration?

If you require multiple dental procedures or tooth restorations, you may be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction or teeth restoration. In addition to the scope of work being a factor, your overall health will also be evaluated by our specialists. 

Each procedure that may be included in your restoration has its own requirements, such as having sufficient healthy jawbone for dental implants. And our specialists will walk you through each of these factors. 

Remember, even if your dental health doesn’t allow for some reconstructive procedures right away, we’re often able to perform other procedures first, such as bone grafts, in order to make other restoration procedures possible.

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Happy Patients

Dr Phan and Dental Assistant Jane were really Pros from start to finish. Jane was absolutely hilarious and very attentive, while also totally professional. Her and Dr. Phan made a great team and were able to solve my complicated wisdom tooth situation and always kept me informed of every risk before proceeding. Thank you!

Michael B.

Dr Beckstead is amazing. I had partial bone loss around one of my teeth and three dentists think that I won't be able to keep it, but Dr Beckstead performed one surgery and saved my tooth. It has been over two years since the surgery and I have not had any more issues with that tooth.

Lucy X.

I'm actually looking forward to my next prophylaxis. That's a teeth cleaning, and I never would have believed I'd say such a thing. I want to give a special shout out to Cindy, who did a fantastic job on my teeth AND gave me the tools and knowledge to nip gum disease in the bud. Have you ever heard of a Sulcabrush? I have one now, and it's awesome. Look it up.

David R.

Dr. Beckstead and his entire team are exceptional. They provided kind, informative and top-notch care every step of the way. My nerves were immediately calmed when I entered the office and I realized that I was in the caring and experienced care of true professionals. The procedure was flawless, the outcome was terrific and the entire process was pain-free (in every way!).

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