Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment approach that simultaneously addresses multiple dental issues taking place within the oral cavity. This rehabilitative approach is taken for the improvement of oral function, bite, health, and the appearance of teeth and gums.

There are multiple procedures involved in a full mouth reconstruction. This is a highly individualized treatment plan.  In many cases, it may be beneficial and necessary to restore numerous teeth over a period of several weeks or even months.

The end result is optimal health for better chewing, improved speaking, and restored confidence in the appearance of one’s overall smile.


Full mouth reconstruction may be a good option for you if have multiple areas in your upper and lower mouth that require treatment. A full-mouth restoration can address a range of oral issues, including:

  • Non-restorable or missing teeth
  • Worn teeth from grinding or acid erosion
  • Fractured, broken, or cracked teeth
  • Damaged fillings, crowns, or bridges
  • Excessive tooth decay
  • Gum disease or bone loss
  • A misaligned or uneven bite
  • Face or jaw injuries
  • Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD)


During your initial consultation, our team will thoroughly review your plan according to your goals, needs, and budget.  Our team works with you to ensure you receive all the dental benefits available through your insurance plan to reduce any out-of-pocket costs.  Once we review the step-by-step process, we want to make sure you feel confident about the process and clearly understand the improvements to your overall quality of life.


We are grateful to work with an exceptional team of experts and specialists to provide the highest quality of care for our patients. For any work we are unable to complete in our state-of-the-art office, we will refer you to one of our trusted colleagues. You are always in good hands.

To learn more about how you might benefit from full mouth reconstruction, please contact us at 321-459-2022.