Full Mouth Reconstruction Edison

Streamlined Treatment to Restore Your Oral Health

Do complex or extensive dental problems plague your smile? If so, you might hesitate to seek treatment, whether due to embarrassment or because you don’t know if anything can be done for you. There is good news! Thanks to full mouth reconstruction in Edison, Dr. Shah and our team are capable of addressing even the most severe cases of broken, missing, or otherwise damaged teeth.  Contact us today to learn more about this highly personalized restorative service.

Why Choose Edison Prosthodontics for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

  • Highly Skilled Restorative Specialist
  • Latest Dental Technology
  • Comfortable, Empathetic Treatment

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

Full mouth reconstruction is intended for individuals who suffer from severe dental problems. Some of the issues that it can address include:

  • Broken and decayed teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Gum disease
  • Worn-down teeth
  • Aesthetic imperfections
  • And more!

This service may be suitable for you even if you have struggled with poor oral health for many years. Dr. Shah and the team at Edison Prosthodontics will evaluate your mouth and map out your route to a renewed smile. Following treatment, you can expect to enjoy heightened confidence, pain-free oral function, and many other outstanding benefits.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

To begin your full mouth reconstruction process, we will welcome you as a new patient and then perform a comprehensive consultation. This may involve taking X-Rays or CBCT scans of your teeth and other oral structures. Be sure to let us know if you have anything specific that you want to accomplish. Thanks to the advanced technology in our office, we can give you a realistic preview of what your smile will look like after your treatment is complete.

Some of the procedures that might be part of your treatment plan include:

  • Bridges, dental implants, or digital dentures to replace missing teeth
  • Fillings, crowns, inlays, or onlays to repair broken, decayed, or worn-down teeth
  • Periodontal therapy to fight gum disease
  • Cosmetic treatments to help your smile look its best

Understanding the Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction

The cost of full mouth reconstruction varies from patient to patient. It depends heavily on which services your dentist in Edison performs on you. After you schedule your consultation and we are able to see you in-person, we can provide you with a cost estimate for your treatment plan. We will also help you review payment options.

Our practice accepts a wide range of dental insurance plans, and we make the process of filing claims as easy as possible for patients. Low-interest financing is also available for qualified applicants. We even have an in-house dental savings plan that can reduce the cost of your treatment by 10%.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

Do I need full mouth reconstruction?

If you have several damaged or missing teeth, you may be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. It's often recommended for patients with extensive cosmetic or dental issues that affect their oral health and functions. Your prosthodontist will examine your mouth and learn more about your goals to determine if full mouth rehabilitation is right for you. They will create the personalized plan you need to achieve your best smile.

How long does full mouth reconstruction take?

Every mouth and situation differ, so there isn't any way to know how long it will take without first scheduling your consultation. Full mouth reconstruction involves 1 or more cosmetic or restorative treatments. Some procedures can be done in a single visit, while others can take multiple appointments. Complex cases can take longer than those only needing minor improvements. After examining your mouth and creating a personalized treatment plan, your cosmetic dentist in Edison will explain the timeline for your new smile. We know your time is valuable, which is why our office embraces the latest technologies and techniques to streamline your treatment. You can ensure there aren't any delays in your journey to a beautiful smile by maintaining your appointments and following your prosthodontist's aftercare instructions.

How long does full mouth reconstruction last?

Every procedure has a different life expectancy, which can range from years to decades. Your prosthodontist will explain how long you can expect your new smile to last and what you can do to protect your results. No matter the procedures, you can get the most out of your investment by brushing, flossing, and using a daily mouthwash. Don't forget to schedule a cleaning and checkup every 6 months. It is best to safeguard your smile from preventable damage by breaking any bad habits, like smoking or using your teeth to open bottles. Wear an athletic mouthguard if you play to avoid dental emergencies. If you have a habit of grinding or clenching your teeth, ask your dentist about adding a nightguard to your preventive plan.

Does getting a full mouth reconstruction hurt?

No one likes to experience pain in the dental chair, but there isn't any reason to worry. Patient comfort is a top priority. Our practice uses advanced technologies and techniques for comfortable services. Before beginning any procedure, a local anesthetic is used to block any pain. If you need a complex or lengthy procedure, you may be a candidate for nitrous oxide. Better known as laughing gas, it will help you relax and prevent discomfort. Although you won't feel any pain in the dental chair, your mouth may be sore after any anesthetics wear off. You can manage it using an OTC pain reliever.