Experience a Change of Life with Our Full Mouth Reconstruction Services

Change your life with full mouth reconstruction

Modern dentistry provides an extensive range of treatment options for patients dealing with all types of dental issues. Sometimes, a patient can require a more elaborate treatment plan consisting of multiple treatment options. In these cases, a full mouth reconstruction is often the best course of action.

What is full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction, also called full mouth rehabilitation, is a substantial overhaul of a patient’s smile. It is generally a series of treatments that a patient and their dentist have selected to deal with a variety of serious dental issues.

The term “full mouth reconstruction” generally implies that all or most teeth are being replaced or restored. This can be done through a wide range of treatment options, including restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures.

A full mouth reconstruction can be a considerable undertaking, requiring multiple procedures over extended periods of time. The dentist will carefully develop the treatment plan to meet the patient’s unique needs and resolve potentially complex dental issues.

Who is a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction? 

A full mouth reconstruction isn’t for everyone. If you’re dealing with just one missing tooth or minor cosmetic issues, these issues can likely be resolved with a simple treatment plan. Full mouth reconstruction is for patients with more advanced issues.

The most common candidates are individuals missing all or most of their teeth. They need a solution that restores the appearance and function of a full mouth of teeth to improve their quality of life and maintain long-term health.

A full mouth reconstruction can also be used for individuals with many damaged teeth that haven’t been lost yet. This can include damage from long-term tooth decay and teeth grinding or cracked and broken teeth due to physical accidents.

By definition, a full mouth reconstruction is a complex process that requires careful planning and consultation. Therefore, the only way to know whether a full mouth reconstruction is suitable for a given patient is to discuss options with a dentist. 

What treatments can full mouth reconstruction include?

The treatment plan for a full mouth reconstruction can include a variety of individual treatments that can replace or restore teeth. The dentist can use these treatments to carefully meet each patient’s individual needs.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are some of the most commonly used treatment options. A crown can be a suitable option when a tooth is severely decayed or damaged, but the roots are intact. Material is removed to prepare the tooth, and the cap is placed over the tooth and secured with dental cement.

Crowns can be made from materials like porcelain and ceramic, which can mimic the appearance of natural teeth and are custom-made for each patient. A dental bridge is similar to a crown, except that it replaces a row of several teeth and relies on a natural tooth at each end for support.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are among the most versatile treatment options. Titanium posts are implanted in the jawbone to support crowns, bridges, or All-on-4 full mouth dental implants. Dental implants provide significant strength and durability, along with great long-term outcomes.

For teeth that are primarily aesthetically rather than structurally damaged, veneers can provide an effective solution. In some cases, veneers can be used to bring the appearance of damaged but healthy teeth in line with other teeth that have been replaced with crowns or dental implants.


For some patients, partial or complete dentures could be part of their full mouth rehabilitation. These options can help restore the appearance and function of a patient’s smile and are suitable for nearly all patients.

What are the benefits of a full mouth rehabilitation?

A full mouth reconstruction can have a significant positive impact on a patient’s quality of life. For individuals with all or most of their teeth missing, the process can restore their ability to eat and speak naturally.

Options like crowns and full mouth dental implants also help ensure long-term oral health. Missing teeth can lead to remaining natural teeth shifting into unnatural positions, causing many complications. Patients with most or all of their teeth missing can also experience jawbone deterioration over time.

A consultation with a dentist for a potential full mouth reconstruction could provide a patient with many benefits, including the confidence that comes with having a bright and full smile once more.

Find out whether a full mouth reconstruction is right for you.

If you’re dealing with serious dental issues or several independent issues, a complete smile makeover could be just what you need. At MASC Dental Studio, Dr. Enjati provides a full range of quality treatment options. You can schedule an appointment online and set up a consultation for your smile makeover.