What Dental Treatments Make up Full Mouth Reconstruction?

By: Dr. Mayra Modesto-Garrido

12/29/2022

Restorative dentistry provides patients with the opportunity to achieve or regain a complete, functional, and beautiful smile in a more convenient and accessible way than before. What’s more, dental restorations now offer more options, almost all of which can be custom-tailored to meet the patient’s unique needs, goals, and lifestyle. At Excel Dentistry in Glen Rock, NJ, esteemed dentist Dr. Mayra Modesto-Garrido believes that everyone deserves to feel confident about the form and function of their smile. With a full suite of restorative, cosmetic, dental, and orthodontic treatments available – including full mouth restoration services – the Excel Dentistry team is committed to making your dream smile a reality.

What is a full mouth restoration?

A full mouth restoration is a dental procedure that is typically used to replace or restore all of the teeth on the upper and/or lower arch. However, every full mouth restoration plan is customized to ensure the most appropriate and effective treatment for each patient as an individual. Full mouth reconstructions may be performed on patients who have experienced severe tooth decay, advanced periodontal disease, trauma, and other compromising events.

What does a full mouth reconstruction consist of?

The first step in a full mouth reconstruction is a thorough evaluation and review of the patient’s dental and oral health and history. Imaging studies are typically performed during this stage as well. Before beginning the restoration process, Dr. Modesto-Garrido will treat any dental issues that are detected on the initial examination, such as an active infection. After this, patients will attend a pre-treatment consultation where they’ll have a chance to ask any questions they may have, and Dr. Modesto-Garrido will discuss all of their available options at length. Based on this information, a customized treatment plan will be curated. Generally speaking, full dental restorations may include some combination of the following:

How long does a full mouth restoration take?

The timeline for a full mouth reconstruction will vary from patient to patient based on their current oral health and which treatments are included in their procedure plan. For most patients, a full mouth reconstruction is completed in several steps over the course of weeks, months, or even years.

Are you asleep during a full mouth reconstruction?

Our caring team fully understands that you may be feeling nervous about your upcoming dental work, particularly with treatment as extensive as a full mouth restoration. To help ease your anxiety and keep you as comfortable as possible during your dental procedure, we are proud to offer many sedation dentistry options, including:

  • Nitrous oxide
  • Oral sedation
  • IV sedation

Just like the dental treatments themselves, our sedation dentistry options can be customized to ensure maximum comfort. Our goal is to help you achieve your dream smile as conveniently, comfortably, quickly, and safely as possible.

Transform your look and change your life with a custom dental reconstruction in Glen Rock, NJ

Losing multiple teeth can be devastating, but modern dental technology allows patients to laugh, smile, talk, and chew with confidence once again. If you are facing tooth loss or have extensive dental decay, you may be a candidate for a full mouth restoration. Get the smile you deserve by scheduling your consultation today at Excel Dentistry with top Glen Rock, NJ dentist Dr. Mayra Modesto-Garrido.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.