Full Mouth Reconstruction: Q&A

What’s going on with your smile that leads you to believe it’s time for a full mouth reconstruction? Are you feeling very unhappy about the way your smile looks? Or, are you feeling very concerned about its appearance, the way it functions, your comfort, and your oral health? To find out more regarding whether you need reconstruction and what you can expect, we invite you to begin with our Q&A session. Following this session with a phone call to schedule a visit, of course, is the next best move.

Questions and Answers

Question: Is a full mouth reconstruction the same thing as a smile makeover?

Answer: Not exactly. A full mouth reconstruction focuses on healing, repairing, and restoring. Essentially, we address problems like damage, disease, and functional issues that are negatively impacting your oral health. A makeover primarily refers to the necessary care to improve how your smile appears visually (cosmetic dentistry).

Question: What types of treatments are included in a full mouth reconstruction? Do you mostly address problems like tooth decay and damaged teeth?

Answer: Of course, we do address a need for fillings and dental crowns. However, this is a “full” treatment because we address anything that may need fixing. This might include fillings, crowns, orthodontics, removing problematic teeth, replacing missing teeth with prosthetics, and more.

Question: How do you approach my smile? Is there a standard full mouth reconstruction treatment that you provide all of your patients?

Answer: There is no universal approach to providing this type of care. Instead, we work closely with you to create a reconstruction plan that is tailored to your unique needs, including oral health requirements, budget, and preferences.