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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Sparta, NJ

Help Your Smile Reach Its Full Potential

Woman with beautiful smile after full mouth reconstruction in Sparta

Does your smile suffer from multiple or complex dental issues? Such problems may negatively affect your appearance, your self-confidence, and your oral health. Fortunately, you do not have to put up with them forever. Our team understands the complexities of problems that affect the appearance and function of teeth, and we are ready to help. With our full mouth reconstruction in Sparta service, we may be able to help you achieve the healthy, beautiful smile that you have always wanted.

Why Choose Gentle Dentistry Sparta for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

  • Dentist with More than Three Decades of Experience
  • Advanced Technology for More Comfortable, Effective Treatment
  • Member of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is not a specific treatment. Rather, it is a treatment plan that we customize to meet your needs. It can include a combination of services that are both cosmetic and restorative in nature. Some of the procedures that may be part of full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Dental implants or other forms of tooth replacement
  • Crowns, fillings, onlays, or inlays
  • Porcelain veneers and/or dental bonding
  • Teeth whitening
  • Gum recontouring
  • Orthodontics

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

Dentist and patient discussing full mouth reconstruction plan

First, you’ll attend an in-depth consultation. We’ll examine your teeth and perhaps take some X-rays. Your cosmetic dentist in Sparta will also have an in-depth conversation with you about your goals, concerns, expectations for treatment, and budget. With that information in mind, your dentist will then recommend a treatment plan and get started on transforming your smile. Depending on the situation, the full mouth reconstruction process could be as short as a few weeks, or it may take a year or longer to complete.

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Man with confident smile thanks to full mouth reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction offers numerous benefits:

  • Improved oral function. The restorative treatments involved in full mouth reconstruction can give you a stronger, better-aligned bite and lower your risk of future oral health complications.
  • Improved confidence. Our team takes great care to ensure that your new smile complements your oral anatomy and facial characteristics. Your results may look so natural that onlookers will have no clue that you ever underwent extensive dental treatment.
  • Improved chewing ability. You will be able to eat practically any food, including crunchy vegetables, juicy steaks, and more.
  • Streamlined treatment. Investing in full mouth reconstruction is more efficient and may be a better value than getting dental treatments here and there to address various problems.

Would you like to learn more about full mouth reconstruction, or are you ready to schedule your consultation? Contact Gentle Dentistry Sparta today!

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

Senior man smiling after a full mouth reconstruction in Sparta, NJ

The full mouth reconstruction process can take months and often involves a variety of treatments. It’s only natural, therefore, that you’d have a lot of questions about what you can expect during and after the process. Our team at Gentle Dentistry Sparta is happy to help with anything you need, and you can always call us if there’s something you want to ask. Below is a list of FAQs that we often hear when discussing full mouth reconstruction with our patients.

Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction the Same as a Smile Makeover?

On the surface, full mouth reconstructions and smile makeovers are very similar in that they are highly personalized processes that combine a number of treatments based on what’s needed. However, the focus is different between the two procedures. A smile makeover is more of an elective process that’s primarily concerned with making cosmetic improvements. In contrast, a full mouth reconstruction is meant to restore oral health and help the mouth function properly. The services selected for each process will reflect the overall goal.

How Long Will a Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?

There is no set-in-stone timeline for full mouth reconstruction since the process is so different for every patient. Most of the time, you can expect it to take several months at minimum; in some cases, it might even last for more than a year. It largely depends on what treatments are needed as well as how complex your case is as a whole. Rest assured that our team will do everything they can to treat your smile as efficiently as possible and that only procedures that are truly deemed necessary for restoring your oral health will be performed.

What Happens After My Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Post-op instructions will be provided based on what treatments were performed. For example, if you receive dental implants, then you’ll need to make the appropriate arrangements for recovery after the surgery (such as sticking to soft foods for a few days). As for maintaining the results over the long term, we can give you tips for taking care of your teeth and gums so that your new smile lasts as long as possible. Brushing and flossing on a daily basis in addition to visiting our office every few months for dental checkups will go a long way towards extending the lifespan of any restorations that we’ve placed in your mouth.  

Does Insurance Cover Full Mouth Reconstruction?

The real question is, “Will dental insurance cover the individual procedures that will be performed as part of full mouth reconstruction?” In many cases, the answer is yes, you can generally expect insurance to at least partially pay for a variety of restorative procedures. Of course, not all dental insurance plans are the same, so it’s a good idea to confirm your benefits with your insurance company before moving forward with any kind of treatment. We’d be happy to go over your plan with you and figure out the best strategy for using your insurance coverage to pay for your full mouth reconstruction.