What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A Full Mouth Reconstruction, also known as a Full Mouth Rehabilitation or Full Mouth Restoration, involves restoring the health and look of a patient’s entire mouth, strives to remove all of your tooth decay, old fillings and old dental crowns while improving your bite position. This includes the teeth, gums, jaw bone, and bite. The reconstructive procedure may comprise a combination of the following:

  • Restorative treatments such as bridges, fillings, dental crowns
  • Implant treatments needed for missing teeth
  • Orthodontics involving traditional braces, cosmetic braces, Invisalign
  • Oral Surgery such as root canal treatments, sinus lifts, and bone and soft tissue grafting
  • Periodontics for gum treatment

With a full mouth reconstruction, you will rediscover that lost smile you’ve been missing for years and reacquire the correct movement of your mouth when you eat or talk. In addition, your health will be restored!

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Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure

What to Expect from a Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure

Once you call to schedule a consultation with our doctors, you and the doctor will discuss in full detail what to expect in the procedure, your treatment options, your cosmetic and functional concerns, along with your medical history. In addition, we at California Implant Smiles encourage all new patients to ask and suggest what they feel is necessary so a close rapport is built immediately.

After a consultation, an examination will be completed as well. In the examination, x-rays and photographs will be taken, impressions of your upper and lower teeth, as well as your bite are required so we have records of your mouth to begin with. CIS uses state-of-the-art equipment and up to date software in order to expedite the entire procedure from start to finish.

Following the examination will be the treatment itself. Depending on your dental situation, our doctors will inform you of your treatment plan, guiding you every step of the way. CIS specializes in sleep dentistry so you will be provided with ultimate comfort and trusted safety during the treatment. Depending on the type of treatment, the full mouth reconstruction process may last from 1 day to a year, ranging at various costs.

Am I Candidate for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

If you are experiencing many of the following conditions due to overtime teeth neglect, trauma, or injury, you just might need a full mouth reconstruction done at California Implant Smiles. The best way for you to know if this procedure is necessary for you, is to consult with our licensed dental implant specialists. As soon as we evaluate your functional and cosmetic concerns and health conditions, we will present you your best optional treatments, fitting your situation.

  • Extraordinary amount of tooth decay
  • Jaw joint pain and anxiety
  • Loose teeth
  • Unnatural and difficulty eating
  • Recurring headaches or migraines
  • Minimal jaw movement or jaw locking
Full Mouth Reconstruction CT Scan

Common Patient Concerns

It’s common and appropriate for patients to be concerned over a full mouth reconstruction, or any invasive dental procedure. Especially with older patients, the more risk is involved. Patients with heart problems, on particular medications, or with any autoimmune deficiencies should inform our doctors of their complete medical history. It’s imperative that the communication is shared between doctors and patients and trust is manifested in order to execute the full mouth rehabilitation procedure. At California Implant Smiles, we commit to our values with our patients.

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