Full Mouth Reconstruction

It’s very common for a patient to have multiple dental problems that can’t be addressed with just one procedure. They may have multiple missing teeth, a number of large fillings, decayed or cracked teeth, old or damaged dental work, and many other issues that affect both their appearance and ability to eat and speak comfortably. It’s very easy for people in this situation to feel overwhelmed, like it is too late for their smile. Fortunately, at Geach Dental, Dr. Adam Geach can formulate a comprehensive treatment plan that can handle even the most complicated dental cases. It is called a full mouth reconstruction, which is sometimes referred to as a smile makeover. Nonetheless, with careful planning and execution, it will ensure that a patient will be able to smile with ease once again.

How a Full Mouth Reconstruction Works

Every full mouth reconstruction is unique for each patient, so the process always begins with a thorough consultation with Dr. Geach. During this, he’ll examine your teeth, jaw, and bite to become familiar with the current state of your dental health. You’ll then have a chance to discuss your concerns as well as what you’d like to improve about your smile. From there, Dr. Geach will formulate your personalized treatment plan.

Full mouth reconstructions combine a number of different procedures in order to fully address a variety of dental problems. Not only will Dr. Geach carefully choose the treatments, but he’ll also plan how they will come together to form the final result. The end goal is to give you a smile that looks great, feels better, and functions comfortably in every way.

Some treatments that might be part of your full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Dental crowns
  • Dental bridges
  • Full or partial dentures
  • Dental implant restorations
  • Porcelain veneers, inlays, or onlays
  • Teeth whitening
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • TMJ therapy (to address jaw alignment issues)

The particular combination of procedures needed for your full mouth reconstruction will depend on your individual situation, and this will affect how long it takes as well. Dr. Geach won’t do everything in just one appointment. Normally, he may complete one or two procedures in a single sitting and see how they work for you before performing more. The key to the entire process is how everything comes together. Full mouth reconstructions are both an art and a science, so Dr. Geach will proceed meticulously to make sure everything is done correctly the first time, every time.

Come Get Your Smile Back

With a full mouth reconstruction, now even the most compromised smiles can be brought back again. Dr. Geach and our team have been able to achieve some truly amazing results with patients who thought they’d never be able to smile confidently again, and he can do the same for you.

To learn more about how a full mouth reconstruction works, or to schedule a consultation, please contact us today.