Full mouth reconstruction (also called full mouth rehabilitation, a full mouth restoration, or reconstructive dentistry) generally refers to comprehensive dental treatments that may include implants, porcelain veneers, crowns, TMJ treatment, bridge placement, and more.

The need for full mouth reconstruction may result from:

  • Teeth that have been lost due to decay or trauma.
  • Teeth that have been injured or fractured.
  • Teeth that have become severely worn.
  • Ongoing jaw, muscle, and headache pain requiring adjustments to the bite (occlusion).
  • Teeth suffering from a combination of long-term neglect.

If you have broken, worn, damaged, or missing teeth, then full mouth reconstruction may be the answer to restoring your beautiful smile.

More than just a beautiful new smile

Full mouth reconstruction is more than just a cosmetic smile; it involves a wide range of structural and cosmetic dental procedures designed to restore your mouth’s health and function. The procedure repairs damaged teeth but also corrects jaw and bite problems, restoring health to the gums.

Full mouth reconstruction can also dramatically improve your appearance. Some have referred to this procedure as a non-surgical facelift since the mouth’s structure makes a significant difference in the formation of the face.

Don’t put off the smile you deserve any longer

If you have been putting off comprehensive dental work, it’s time to give yourself a gift—an attractive, pain-free smile. If you’re worried about the pain—don’t. With modern local anesthetics, the procedure is faster and more painless than ever before.

You may also elect Conscious Sedation Dentistry, where you’ll dream through the entire procedure, barely remembering your visits.

Choose an Expert

Nobody likes to get dental work done. However, when you require major reconstructive dental work, trust an expert. Dr. Rick Austin has been restoring smiles and correcting dental problems for over 30 years.

To find out if full mouth reconstruction is right for you, call us today at 801-321-7600 to schedule your free personal consultation.