Full Mouth Restoration
Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction is a form of complex reconstructive dentistry combining advanced dental surgery techniques with aesthetic considerations for patients who need all their teeth restored or replaced.
Following full mouth restoration, a patient who has lost or damaged all their teeth can once again enjoy the benefits of a complete set of functional, attractive teeth. Combining all procedures into one treatment plan (rather than focusing on each treatment separately) minimizes patient healing times and expenses.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures
Several cosmetic and restorative dental procedures may be utilized for a full mouth restoration, including:
- Dental implants
- Inlays or onlays
- Crown lengthening
- Dental bonding
- Bone or tissue grafting
- Periodontal therapy
- Corrective jaw surgery
If your full mouth reconstruction requires complex specialty procedures or considerations, we collaborate with many specialists including physicians in the area throughout your treatment plant to ensure exceptional results.
How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?
As each patient’s needs differ, it is impossible to predict how long full mouth rehabilitation will take. Depending on the procedures performed, it can take anywhere from a month to a year or more. Patients can get an accurate timeline after an exam and consultation with Dr. Lee or Dr. Hachem.
Who is a Good Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is sometimes the best option for patients with severe dental disease, infection, or dental trauma. Patients with multiple missing teeth, advanced teeth decay, or severely worn or cracked teeth often undergo full mouth reconstruction. Individuals with health conditions such as Ectodermal Dysplasia, Amelogenesis, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta may also be candidates.
How Long Does Teeth Reconstruction Last?
Depending on the type of reconstruction, your teeth reconstruction may last anywhere from many years to a lifetime. Traditional dentures may need replacing or adjusting every 7 years. Dental implants can last 30 years or more, with the crowns or prosthetics lasting 10-20 years or more. Proper oral hygiene, including daily flossing, twice daily brushing, and regular dental checkups and maintenance, extends the life of your full mouth restorations.
How Much Does Full Mouth Rehabilitation Cost?
Each full mouth restoration plan is customized to the patient’s health, reconstructive needs, and aesthetic goals. The price varies widely depending on the procedures performed and their complexity. To determine your full mouth rehabilitation costs, we require a complete dental exam, x-rays, and a consultation to discuss your goals. With a customized, full mouth reconstruction plan, we can restore your teeth and gums to total health, function, and beauty. Contact Orbis Dental at (210) 496-1919 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Lee or Dr. Hachem to learn more.