Who needs a Full Mouth Restoration?

Who needs a Full Mouth Restoration?

As the name suggests, full mouth restoration, or reconstruction, deals with rebuilding and/or replacing all of the teeth in a patient’s mouth. In order to improve the health, function, and appearance of the mouth, this procedure combines aesthetics with the science of restorative dentistry.

Full mouth restoration includes more than one cosmetic dental procedure. It can typically involve anything from dental implants, dental bridges, dental crowns, veneers, tooth extractions, and more.

Who are good candidates for a full mouth restoration?

If you have one or more of these conditions, you are a good candidate for full mouth restoration.

  • Cracked or decaying teeth.
  • Missing teeth.
  • Misaligned teeth.
  • Conditions such as Amelogenesis, Ectodermal Dysplasias, Dentinogenesis Imperfecta, or other disorders of tooth development.
  • Dental or facial pain.
  • Gum disease.
  • Dental trauma.
  • Periodontal disease. 
  • Root canal issues.
  • Stained teeth.

These are just a few of the many causes for which you may need to undergo this procedure. 

If you are considering full mouth restoration, you should talk to your dentist to see if it’s the right choice for you. Once you and your dentist decide to go for it, your dentist will conduct a thorough examination of your mouth which may include x-rays, photographs, impressions, and other dental technology.


Afterward, you will be provided with possible treatment plans, which may include any of the following procedures or a combination of them:


  • Dental bonding.
  • Porcelain veneers.
  • Teeth whitening.
  • Fillings.
  • Dentures.
  • Crowns.
  • Bridges.
  • All-on-4 dental implants.
  • Bone or soft tissue graft.
  • Orthodontics.
  • TMJ treatment.
  • Scaling and root planning.
  • Periodontal gum therapy.

Full mouth restorations can take a very long time, as they involve multiple different procedures. Of course, the duration of the complete process will depend upon your individual case, including how severe your problems are and what treatments you will be undergoing. But there’s a piece of very good news: you won’t experience any pain during the procedures.

Thanks to modern anesthetics and technology, there will be no place for suffering in the quest for a good and healthy smile.

Full mouth restorations are a great tool of modern dentistry to be able to smile and laugh freely again, not to mention the improvements in your oral health.

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