Dental Health Topics

Full Mouth Reconstruction

When a patient's teeth are extensively decayed or damaged, a cosmetic dentist may suggest multiple aesthetic restorative procedures or prosthetics to restore optimal health and beauty.

Full mouth restoration involves non-surgical correction of dentition, bite, and function. Typically, your doctor will start with a thorough assessment of your oral condition, including tooth structure, occlusion and gums, to determine the extent of damage before recommending specific full mouth rehabilitation procedures.

Before starting your reconstruction, you may benefit from periodontal therapy to restore gum health.

Restorations such as fillings, crowns, dental implants or realignment of teeth with Invisalign orthodontics may be suggested. Cosmetic procedures, such as porcelain veneers, teeth whitening or a gum lift may also be required for optimal results from full mouth reconstruction.