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What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

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Full mouth reconstruction refers to the comprehensive process of restoring all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws simultaneously. This extensive form of dental restoration combines aesthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth. Our skilled cosmetic dentists in Glendora, CA, Dr. Mariam and Dr. Yara, can transform your smile with our full mouth reconstruction services. Their expert approach ensures that each patient receives a tailored treatment plan that addresses their specific dental needs and cosmetic goals, using a combination of advanced dental technology and high-quality materials to achieve incredible outcomes.

What Issues Does It Address?

Full mouth reconstruction is designed to address a wide range of dental issues, making it a versatile and comprehensive treatment option. It can be an ideal solution for patients with: 

  • Extensive tooth decay
  • Severely worn teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Missing teeth
  • Significantly damaged or fractured teeth
  • Those suffering from conditions such as temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ). 

Additionally, full mouth reconstruction can correct bite issues and aesthetically enhance the patient’s smile and overall facial appearance.

What Are the Benefits?
  • Patients will experience a significant improvement in their ability to chew and speak properly, which can have a profound impact on their overall quality of life.
  • The elimination of dental pain and discomfort is another critical benefit, as many patients come to us with chronic issues stemming from their dental conditions.
  • From an aesthetic perspective, a full mouth reconstruction can dramatically enhance the appearance of your smile, boosting your self-confidence and making you feel more comfortable in social situations. 
  • Correcting dental issues can also lead to improved oral health and prevent future dental problems, making it a worthwhile investment in your long-term health and well-being.
What you should know about Full Mouth Reconstruction before visiting our office:

What is the process?

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  • Comprehensive Evaluation: The first step is a thorough examination, including X-rays, impressions, and 3D imaging, to assess the extent of dental issues and plan the reconstruction.
  • Treatment Planning: Dr. Mariam and Dr. Yara will discuss your goals and develop a personalized treatment plan that may include a combination of procedures such as dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, and orthodontics.
  • Preparatory Procedures: In some cases, preparatory work such as gum treatment, extraction of non-viable teeth, or bone grafting may be necessary before the main reconstruction can begin.
  • Reconstruction Procedures: The core phase of the reconstruction may take place over multiple appointments, focusing on restoring each tooth to optimal health and function.
  • Finishing Touches: Once the main restorative work is complete, final adjustments and cosmetic enhancements are made to ensure the new smile is both functional and beautiful.
  • Follow-Up Care: Regular follow-up visits are essential to monitor the success of the reconstruction and make any necessary adjustments or corrections.

How long does full mouth reconstruction take?

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The duration of full mouth reconstruction varies widely among patients, depending on the complexity of their dental issues and the specific procedures involved. It can range from several months to more than a year, including recovery periods between procedures.

Will it be painful?

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Modern dental technology and sedation options ensure that patients experience minimal discomfort during the procedures. Post-operative discomfort can generally be well-managed with over-the-counter or prescription pain medication.

Will my insurance cover full mouth reconstruction?

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Coverage varies by insurance plan. While some procedures involved in full mouth reconstruction may be covered, others, especially those considered cosmetic, might not be. It's important to check with your insurance provider and discuss financing options with our office.

How do I care for my teeth after treatment?

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Caring for your new smile involves regular brushing and flossing, as well as routine dental check-ups and cleanings. Dr. Mariam and Dr. Yara will provide specific care instructions based on the procedures you've undergone.

Ready To Restore Your Oral Health?

Call (626) 963-3322 and schedule a consultation at our Glendora dental office.

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