Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction, as the name suggests, involves reconstructing and/or replacing all teeth in a patient's mouth. Full mouth reconstructions enhance the health, function, and appearance of the mouth by combining aesthetics with restorative dentistry science.
Regain the Confidence to Smile Wide
Here at Jersey Smiles—we know what a bright and strong smile can do, not only for your health but your confidence as well. Between missing teeth, cracked teeth, staining, chips, and more, it can sometimes feel like your smile is beyond help. We’re here to tell you that the smile you want isn’t only possible but something we specialize in at Jersey Smiles. Known as full mouth reconstructions, our dentists combine two or more cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures to renew your smile. Before we start treatment, your dentist will take different factors into account, like your skin tone, hair color, and what you like and don’t like about your smile. Paying attention to the finest details is how we craft a smile that is uniquely yours.
A full mouth reconstruction is similar to a smile makeover, but reconstruction is more focused on improving the functionality of the mouth. While a damaged smile can knock your confidence, it’s even more of a threat to your oral health. As healthcare providers, this is our top priority.
Jersey Smiles uses advanced technology to deliver high-resolution images of your mouth to show what your completed reconstruction will look like. Providing a digital rendering of your reconstruction allows you to be at the center of your own treatment. Once we’ve finalized your reconstruction, the magic can begin, and you’ll be a step closer to your dream smile.
How much does a full mouth reconstruction cost?
A moderate full mouth reconstruction can cost $15,000-$40,000, but extensive reconstruction can be $45,000-$80,000 or more, depending on the condition of the teeth and jaws and the type and amount of procedures required. Jersey Smiles offers many payment options so the cost is more affordable. We partner with CareCredit as our third-party financing option. We also offer a Dental Savings Plan that includes discounts on certain cosmetic dentistry procedures.
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 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 improve chewing efficiency for the patient as well.
If you have any questions about full mouth reconstruction or want to set up a consultation—contact us today.