Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full-mouth reconstruction is a dental procedure that involves rebuilding and/or replacing all of a patient's teeth in order to improve the function, health, and aesthetics of the mouth. This treatment combines the principles of cosmetic dentistry with the science of restorative dentistry to give the patient a complete, healthy smile.
Full Mouth Reconstruction in Firestone
A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment plan that combines several cosmetic dentistry techniques to give you the smile you desire. Revive Dental will take into account your skin tone, hair color, and what you like and don’t like about your smile before creating a tailored treatment plan to give you the beautiful smile you deserve.
A full mouth reconstruction is a more comprehensive treatment than a smile makeover, as it focuses on improving the functionality of the mouth in addition to the aesthetic aspects. At Revive Dental, we use advanced imaging technology to provide you with high–quality images of what your finished reconstruction will look like.Call to Schedule a Consultation
How much does a full mouth reconstruction cost?
Revive Dental understands that dental care may be costly, so we offer various payment options to make it more convenient and affordable. A moderate full mouth reconstruction can range from $15,000 – $40,000, while an extensive reconstruction can be anywhere from $45,000 – $80,000 or more depending on the condition of the teeth and jaws and the type and amount of procedures required. To make it easier on our clients, we have partnered with several third-party financing options and have also created the Revive Dental Care Program. This program provides discounts on certain cosmetic dentistry procedures.Financing Your Full Mouth Reconstruction at Revive Dental
Who is a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction
Patients who have dental problems throughout their mouths including:
- Multiple missing teeth
- Numerous teeth with large fillings that are failing or exhibiting decay
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Badly worn teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding) or other habits
Some patients are born with certain medical conditions such as Ectodermal Dysplasia, Ameliogenesis, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta. These conditions require extensive restoration of a patient’s teeth.
What does a full mouth reconstruction involve?
A full mouth reconstruction usually combines many treatments. These treatments can include:
These procedures will not only provide a smile makeover but improved chewing efficiency for the patient as well.