Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive dental treatment plan that addresses multiple dental issues across the entire mouth. It is typically recommended for individuals with extensive dental problems such as severe tooth decay, advanced gum disease, tooth loss, malocclusion (bite problems), TMJ disorders, and significant dental trauma or wear. This extensive treatment involves restorative and cosmetic dental procedures tailored to each patient's needs and goals. Full mouth reconstruction aims to restore oral function, improve aesthetics, and enhance oral health, offering a transformative solution for those seeking comprehensive dental restoration.

Common Dental Issues Requiring Full Mouth Reconstruction

  • Extensive tooth loss, whether due to decay, trauma, or periodontal disease, can significantly impact oral function, aesthetics, and overall quality of life. Full mouth reconstruction may involve replacing missing teeth with dental implants, bridges, or dentures to restore chewing ability and enhance facial aesthetics.

  • Advanced gum disease can cause gum recession, bone loss, and tooth mobility, necessitating comprehensive periodontal treatment. Full mouth reconstruction may include scaling and root planing, gum grafting, and bone regeneration procedures to restore gum health and stabilize teeth.

  • Teeth worn down, cracked, or broken due to bruxism (teeth grinding), trauma, or aging may require restoration through crowns, veneers, or dental bonding as part of a full mouth reconstruction. This improves tooth strength, functionality, and appearance.

  • Malocclusion refers to misaligned teeth or improper bite alignment, leading to chewing difficulties, jaw pain, and TMJ disorders. Full mouth reconstruction may involve orthodontic treatment, such as braces or clear aligners, to correct bite alignment and improve overall dental function.

  • TMJ disorders can cause jaw pain, clicking or popping sounds, and difficulty opening or closing the mouth. To alleviate TMJ symptoms and improve jaw function, full mouth reconstruction may include splint therapy, bite adjustment, or dental restorations.

  • Aesthetic issues such as stained, misshapen, or unevenly spaced teeth can impact self-confidence and social interactions. Full mouth reconstruction may incorporate cosmetic dental treatments such as teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, or dental bonding to enhance smile aesthetics and restore confidence.

  • Persistent dental pain, sensitivity, or discomfort that does not resolve with conservative treatments may indicate underlying dental issues requiring comprehensive evaluation and treatment as part of a complete mouth reconstruction plan.

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Types of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Restorative Procedures

Dental Implants

Used to replace missing teeth.Implants consist of titanium posts surgically implanted into the jawbone and anchors for artificial teeth (crowns or bridges).


Crowns are caps placed over teeth to restore their shape, size, and strength and improve their appearance. They can be made from various materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination.


Fixed dental prostheses are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They are anchored to neighboring teeth or implants and help restore chewing function and appearance.

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Removable prosthetic devices are used to replace multiple missing teeth. Dentures can be full (replacing all teeth in an arch) or partial (replacing several missing teeth).

Cosmetic Procedures


Thin shells of porcelain or composite resin are placed over the front surfaces of teeth to improve their appearance. Veneers can correct discoloration, chips, cracks, or misalignment.


Composite resin is applied to teeth to repair chips, cracks, or gaps and improve overall aesthetics. Bonding can also change teeth' shape or color.

Gum Recontouring

Also known as gum reshaping or tissue sculpting, this procedure reshapes uneven gums, improving the appearance of the smile and balancing the proportions of the teeth and gums.

The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Comprehensive Restoration

Full mouth reconstruction addresses multiple dental issues simultaneously, including missing teeth, tooth decay, gum disease, and damaged or worn-out teeth. It provides a holistic approach to improving oral health and restoring dental function.

Enhanced Aesthetics

Full-mouth reconstruction can enhance the appearance of your smile by combining various dental treatments, such as dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, and orthodontics. It aims to achieve a natural-looking smile that complements your facial features.

Improved Oral Function

Restoring the health and alignment of your teeth and gums improves chewing ability and speech clarity. This can significantly enhance your overall quality of life by allowing you to enjoy various foods and speak confidently. Contact us today!

Prevention of Further Dental Issues

Addressing underlying dental problems helps prevent future complications, such as additional tooth loss, jaw joint disorders (TMJ/TMD), and gum disease. A well-executed full mouth reconstruction promotes long-term oral health.

Customized Treatment Plan

Each full mouth reconstruction is tailored to the individual needs and goals of the patient. Your dentist will create a personalized treatment plan based on a comprehensive oral health evaluation, ensuring that all aspects of your dental care are addressed.

Boosted Confidence and Self-Esteem

Achieving a healthy, attractive smile can positively impact one's self-confidence and self-esteem. Full mouth reconstruction not only restores dental function but also enhances one's overall appearance and social well-being.

Full mouth reconstruction is a transformative dental procedure that offers patients a chance to restore both the function and aesthetics of their smiles. Visit Boutique Dental at 68-35 Myrtle Ave, Queens, NY 11385, or call (718) 821-0170 to explore the possibilities of transforming your oral health and overall well-being.

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Get in touch with Boutique Dental at 68-35 Myrtle Ave, Queens, NY 11385, or call Dentist in Queens, NY at (718) 821-0170 to learn more about the benefits of emergency dentistry.


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