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Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist

Reston Dental Center

Dentists & Periodontists located in Reston, VA

Whether due to dental neglect or trauma, you may need a full mouth reconstruction to restore both aesthetics and oral health. The experienced team at Reston Dental Center, with offices in Reston and Vienna, Virginia, offer full mouth reconstruction to help improve the health and look of your teeth and mouth. To learn more about a full mouth reconstruction, call the office today or book an appointment online.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A

What is full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction refers to the rebuilding of your mouth, which may include your teeth, gums, and jaw. It combines both aesthetics and necessity to help improve the health, function, and look of your mouth and teeth.

Full mouth reconstruction is a dental specialty offered by the team at Reston Dental Center. If you have concerns about your oral health, contact the office today to set up a consultation.

Am I a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction?

At your consultation, your dental specialist at Reston Dental Center determines if you’re a good candidate for a full mouth reconstruction. There are many reasons you may require full reconstruction, such as:

  • Severe tooth loss due to trauma or decay
  • Teeth that are fractured
  • Teeth that have become eroded due to excessive acid exposure or grinding
  • Poor bite that causes oral muscle or joint pain
  • Poor oral hygiene that has lead to severe gum disease

You may also benefit from full mouth reconstruction if you have several large fillings that show signs of severe decay that can’t be fixed with a new filling.

Your dental specialist at Reston Dental Center conducts a comprehensive evaluation of all the structures in your mouth, including your teeth, gums, jawbone, joints, and muscles. You may also require dental X-rays to fully assess oral health and structure.

What types of procedures are involved in full mouth reconstruction?

Because your oral health needs are unique, no full mouth reconstruction is like another. Your dentist creates an individualized treatment plan to help you achieve your oral health and aesthetic goals.

Some of the procedures you may need include:

  • Teeth cleaning and periodontal care
  • Root canal surgery
  • Crowns or inlays
  • Bone grafting
  • Dental implants
  • Veneers
  • Orthodontics

Generally, full mouth reconstruction involves two or more of dental procedures. Your dental care provider at Reston Dental Center provides a full explanation of each procedure necessary and why you need it. The entire process can take several months.

The goal of full mouth reconstruction is to restore both health and function. As a bonus, it also improves your smile.

For a consultation, call Reston Dental Center today or book an appointment online.