If you have been suffering from a decaying, traumatized, or failing smile, it can be hard to imagine you could ever return to a state of natural, healthy function. But a full mouth reconstruction is designed to do just that—take a smile from damaged, disease-ridden, and failing and transform it into complete health, full function, and natural beauty.
Full mouth reconstruction benefits patients who want to replace missing teeth, eliminate pain, restore beauty, improve function and comfort, and retain a youthful appearance. It is a treatment process characterized by a series of procedures personalized to your individual oral health needs.
Full mouth reconstruction is complex by nature, sometimes involving not only the rebuilding of critical oral structures, but replacing multiple teeth or restoring proper dental occlusion. We are experienced in all procedures involved in full mouth reconstruction, relying both on our expertise in restorative and cosmetic dentistry and our dental technologies to optimize treatment that corrects functional and aesthetic issues of the teeth, gums, and bone. This merging of advanced training, artistry, and state-of-the-art technology significantly improves the accuracy of our treatment and consistently brings patients smiles that look attractive, feel healthy, and function correctly. If you feel you may be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction, schedule a consultation at one of our North Canton, Cuyahoga Falls, or Hudson, OH, offices and begin your journey toward significantly improved oral health, confidence, and wellbeing today!
Treatment planning is critical in the full mouth reconstruction process as it will determine which procedures are necessary to restore function and beauty to the smile. We use Digital Smile Design to plan all our full mouth reconstruction treatments, as it allows us to digitally map out each new tooth in 3D to capture the most realistic visualization of final outcomes. Digital design is also crucial because each patient case is unique, requiring meticulous and detailed personalization to ensure the most advantageous results. Overall, full mouth reconstruction can:
With years of experience in full mouth multi-disciplinary rehabilitation, we have developed and honed an overall treatment process we then personalize to the unique oral conditions of each of our patients. A comprehensive evaluation and discussion of your smile goals establishes your diagnosis and reviews the treatment options that can lead to a complete rehabilitation of your smile. As the name implies, full mouth reconstruction affects most, if not all, the teeth, which is why we take 3D x-rays of your entire mouth. We use these high-quality digital images in the digital planning of your new smile and to create a plastic try-in so you can physically visualize how your smile will look and feel! Actual procedures involved with your full mouth reconstruction may take time, but the final outcomes will be virtually identical to the digital smile and mock-up we created before treatment began! We understand the choice to undergo full mouth reconstruction is not one to be taken lightly, and we will provide all the education on the process and discussion about financing options you need to feel confident moving forward with our care.
Professional teeth whitening provides a perfect complement to restorative or cosmetic full mouth reconstruction treatments. With professional-grade whitening agents, teeth can be brightened and whitened in as little as 30 minutes.
Porcelain veneers conceal imperfections of teeth, including gaps, chips, wear, discoloration, and slight misalignment. Used on multiple teeth, they can provide a dramatic improvement in how the teeth appear and the smile’s aesthetics.
Invisalign clear aligners straighten teeth without the inconvenience of metal braces. Customized to each patient, Invisalign can effectively align teeth while also improving the bite’s occlusion to reduce symptoms of TMJ [link to tmj].
Dental crowns and bridges are fixed restorations used to restore or replace teeth. Dental crowns “cap” teeth that are damaged, treated for decay, or used to restore dental implants. Dental bridges span the gap left by one or more missing teeth.
Bone grafting replaces bone loss in the jaw due to missing teeth, trauma, or other factors. By placing new bone material at the site, the body will naturally integrate with the new bone and return to proper density, strength, and volume.
Dental implants permanently replace a single, several, or all missing teeth. With parts that mimic tooth structure, from the root to the crown, dental implants take on all the same functions, looks, and health benefits of natural teeth.