Full Mouth Reconstruction

Restore Construction and Beauty with Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction is needed in patients who have one or multiple problems affecting all the teeth, such as decay, worn out, and flat teeth. It is the process of rebuilding and restoring all the teeth of the mouth in both the upper jaws and lower jaws. One of the most comprehensive approaches. 

The main scope of this process requires a large amount of planning, dedication, and unique qualifications from the doctor. Various records of your jaw movement will be taken with accuracy and precision with some sophisticated instrument that creates a foundation for much-customized treatment.

When Does an Individual Need Full Mouth Reconstruction?

There are various needs for full dental restoration. At Smiley Dental, our expert dentists first analyze the condition of your teeth and then suggest the best treatment for your condition. If your teeth have a lot of injuries and have worn out to a large extent, then our experts will recommend you for full mouth reconstruction.

What Are the Things We Require for Mouth Reconstruction Process?

Our expert dentist and team of specialists will be working on your full dental restoration. They will also help you to understand the different therapy phases and techniques that are required for your unique case. Many stages and visits are required for most reconstructions. Depending on your circumstances, our experienced doctors will suggest a course of treatment.

Depending on your demands, the following processes could be involved for periodontal therapy and preventative dental cleaning. In this process, we will offer you a splint to wear on your teeth, which will help repair and ensure that newly placed teeth are positioned correctly.

In preparation for potential crowns or bridges, crown lengthening exposes sound, healthy tooth anatomy. Gum tissue sculpting produces harmony and balance in your teeth and clearance for the placement of veneers, crowns, or bridges by reducing the amount of natural tooth structure.

What are the Precaution Tips We Offer After the Reconstruction Process?

Our doctors will advise you to fast for at least thirty minutes before consuming any food or liquids. Also, it is recommended that you consume soft foods like oats or dal rice during the first 24 hours instead of hard foods. We use advanced diagnosis tools to create a proper treatment plan for your unique case. It is also recommended that you follow our dentist’s recommendations. A few days following the treatment, you may have sensitivity in some teeth. To lessen sensitivity, contact our experts for anti-sensitivity toothpaste and instructions on how to use it.

What is the Cost of the Mouth Reconstruction Process?

Our cost of a full-mouth dental reconstruction process varies according to the cases, which usually involve all the teeth in the mouth. However, there are some cases that are unique and depend on your clinical treatment process. It also depends on our expert’s diagnosis and the treatment plan our dentist suggests, such as the number of teeth to reconstruct and the crowning process.

Make an appointment for Your Consultation Now

Are you prepared to restore confidence and change the way you smile? Make an appointment for your  full mouth dental reconstruction consultation at Smiley Dental right now to start along the path to a happier, healthier smile. We are eager to assist you in realizing the smile of your desires at our multiple locations, Waltham, Weston, Newton, Watertown, Lexington, Wayland, Lincoln.

What You Should Expect After Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure?

The full-mouth dental reconstruction process involves proper oral care and regular dental visits. We try to keep your newly restored teeth clean and plaque-free. After the treatment process, our dentists will discuss and develop the best care plans for you. We provide you with exceptional dental care services and help you to get the healthier smile that you deserve. Our team of skilled experts and experienced dentists will work closely with you throughout the process of full mouth reconstruction to ensure a comfortable and successful result. You can visit our website today and take the first step towards a healthier and happier you.


To maintain healthy teeth and gums, scheduling regular checkups and dental cleanings is crucial. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that adults visit the dentist at least twice a year. These regular dental cleanings help remove stains and plaque buildup, reducing the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.

The temporomandibular joints (TMJ) connect the jaw to the skull. When these joints are strained, overused, or damaged, it can cause pain and restricted jaw movement. This condition is known as TMJ dysfunction or TMD (temporomandibular disorder).

We gladly handle claims for most major dental insurance providers. We are in-network with numerous PPO benefit plans and MassHealth.

Yes, dental decay can start as soon as children get their teeth. Since decay progresses more quickly in children, regular x-rays as advised by the dentist are recommended.

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  • Lowers the risk of tooth decay and cavities
  • Decreases the likelihood of gum disease
  • Eliminates stains
  • Freshens breath
  • Enhances overall health

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