Full Mouth Reconstruction – Centennial, CO

The Path to a New Smile

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Some patients come to us with complex and severe oral health issues. They may feel downhearted because of their condition. If that is true of you, you can be confident that our Centennial team is ready to provide high-quality, non-judgmental treatment that helps you recover from even severe dental problems. We might recommend that you undergo a custom service known as full mouth reconstruction. Get in touch with us today to learn how you can get on the path to a new smile.

Why Choose Homestead Dental for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

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Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

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Full mouth reconstruction might be right for you if:

  • You struggle with multiple or complex dental health issues. For example, you may have missing teeth, badly damaged teeth, gum disease, and more. Full mouth reconstruction is able to help patients who have been suffering with such issues for years. It is never too late to get your smile back on track!
  • You want to improve your quality of life. Full mouth reconstruction has the potential to improve your physical and mental wellness.
  • You want a streamlined way to renew your oral health. Full mouth reconstruction is more efficient than getting multiple restorative treatments done at various times.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

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The first step in the full mouth reconstruction process is a consultation with our team. We will learn about your goals, ask some questions about your medical history, take some X-rays and photos, and perform a thorough visual examination. We may also use advanced Digital Smile Design software to give you a realistic preview of what your teeth may look like after the proposed treatment plan.

Once treatment gets started, you might undergo multiple procedures, such as:

  • Gum disease treatment to rid your mouth of harmful infections
  • Tooth replacement with dental implants, bridges, or dentures
  • Restorative treatments to fix damaged teeth (such as fillings or crowns)
  • Cosmetic procedures to put the finishing touches on your new look

Understanding the Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction

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The cost of full mouth reconstruction depends on numerous factors, including the specific treatments you undergo and the extent of those treatments. When you visit us for a consultation, we will be able to talk about specific numbers. Often, full mouth reconstruction is more economical than getting several treatments done separately.

Our team will also be happy to share information about your payment options. For example, we welcome low-interest financing through CareCredit. We also have a convenient in-house savings plan, which provides 15% off of standard fees for the majority of services provided in our office.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?

The timeline for full mouth reconstruction varies from patient to patient. It depends on which specific procedures you undergo. For example, the dental implant process can require several months or longer. Other treatments require just one or two appointments. During your consultation, we may be able to provide a rough guess as to how long your treatment process will take.

Whenever possible, we perform multiple treatments simultaneously in order to expediate your journey to a renewed smile.

How Long Will My Full Mouth Reconstruction Results Last?

Many restorative treatments provide results that have the potential to last a very long time. For example, crowns tend to last for at least a decade, whereas dental implants may last for an entire lifetime.

You can help your new smile to endure as long as possible by taking some practical steps:

  • Visit us for a checkup twice a year.
  • Do not smoke.
  • Eat a balanced, nutritious diet.
  • Protect your teeth from injury — for example, you should wear a mouthguard when you play sports.
  • Stick to a thorough daily oral hygiene routine.
  • Seek treatment at the first sign of an oral health problem.

Does Getting Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

We do everything in our power to create a comfortable treatment experience for patients. For example, we may sedate you during procedures so you feel little to nothing while we are working on your mouth.

Of course, you should expect some sensitivity, swelling, and general discomfort as you are recovering from certain procedures, such as dental implant surgery, extractions, or modification of your teeth in preparation for crown placement. You will receive instructions to help you minimize pain during your recovery. After you recover and your treatment is complete, you should expect pain-free dental function.

Can I Get Full Mouth Reconstruction if I Smoke?

Smoking can endanger your oral health and increase the risk of complications after dental procedures. We strongly encourage all of our patients to kick the habit. With that being said, however, smoking is not an absolute contraindication for full mouth reconstruction. Eligibility for treatment is determined on a case-by-case basis, and there are many factors we must consider before we are able to design an individualized care plan.