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Full Mouth Reconstruction Dentist

What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

If you live with lost teeth, cracked teeth, or old dental work that leave you feeling embarrassed by your appearance, you might need more than crowns or fillings to give you back a vibrant, healthy smile. Full mouth reconstruction (also known as full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth restoration) is the process of rebuilding or restoring your teeth in both the upper and lower jaw.

Over the years, Dr. Miranda has helped many patients who need a full mouth restoration, and can meet with you to begin the process of developing a treatment plan that will improve your health and give you a higher level of self-confidence in your appearance. Dr. Miranda is experienced in the procedures related to full mouth reconstruction and can address the entire scope of your dental health needs. Your full mouth reconstruction will leave you with a better smile, bite, and jaw function.

Some Reasons Why You Might Need Full Mouth Reconstruction

You may need our full mouth reconstruction for several reasons, such as injury to your jaw, teeth fractures, tooth erosion or decay, or problems with the joints or muscles of your jaw. A full mouth reconstruction can also improve proportion, color and shape of your teeth, creating an aesthetically pleasing appearance to your smile.

Procedures Included in Full Mouth Restoration Dentistry

Full mouth restoration is a set of dental procedures designed to replace missing teeth, repair damaged teeth, correct faulty bites, repair jawbone or gum damage, replace older dental work and even treat some common oral diseases. Full mouth restoration may include any of the following procedures:

Bruxism treatments:

Addressing problems related to teeth grinding

Cosmetic dentistry:

Such as dental bonding, gum re-contouring, porcelain veneers, and teeth whitening

Implant dentistry:

Dental implants to replace any missing teeth

Neuromuscular dentistry:

Correcting problems involving TMJ and your bite

Oral surgery:

Root canals, soft and hard tissue grafting, tooth extracting


Braces, expanders, retainers, and spacers

Periodontal treatments:

Root planing, scaling, and periodontal surgery

Restorative dental treatments:

Bridges, crowns, fillings, inlays and onlays

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction not only creates a sparkling, brilliant new smile, but also targets serious dental problems that may impact both your oral and overall health. For anyone suffering with broken teeth, missing teeth, decaying teeth, or jawbone issues, full mouth reconstruction may be necessary to improve your quality of life. With a combination of full mouth reconstruction procedures, you may be able to:

  • Greatly repair and improve the health of your jawbone, mouth tissue, and teeth
  • Significantly strengthen your teeth and smile
  • Relieve any discomfort suffered in your face, mouth, or neck
  • Improve the appearance of your smile

Your Full Mouth Reconstruction Consultation

To determine if a full mouth reconstruction is the appropriate course of action for you, a consultation and comprehensive oral exam with Dr. Miranda will be necessary. Factors Dr. Miranda will consider for your treatment may include:

  • Aesthetic issues: the overall look of your teeth, in terms of size, proportion, any spaces between your teeth, and how your teeth appear related to your facial features
  • Gum disease: if gum disease is found to be present, procedures like root planing, scaling, and laser gum surgery may be discussed
  • TMJ health: your jaw alignment, the condition of your bite, how well your teeth line up (known as occlusion), joint function, and how you chew
  • Tooth condition: problems such as loose teeth, missing teeth, misshapen teeth, damage related to cracks, decay, and fractures

A Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatment Plan

The condition of your teeth will dictate the extent of how much of a full mouth restoration you may need to resolve your dental issues. Following your consultation, Dr. Miranda may recommend bridges, crowns, dental implants, or veneers to bring your smile back to a healthy condition. Dr. Miranda can implement a treatment plan that details, step-by-step, each procedure related to your reconstruction. How long your full mouth reconstruction treatment takes depends on the extent of the dental work you may need. Remember, it will all be well worth it. Full mouth reconstruction can leave your mouth, teeth, and smile beautiful and healthy the rest of your life.

What a Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Do For You

A full mouth reconstruction will tackle each trouble area of your oral health. We employ cutting edge computer dental imaging technology to design an effective treatment plan uniquely tailored to you. With these treatments, your full mouth reconstruction dentist will alleviate issues such as oral pain and discomfort, and bring your smile back to its original luster – or better. Expertly monitored by Dr. Miranda and his dedicated staff, your full mouth reconstruction will be effective, safe, and will be sure to impress your friends, family and coworkers.

Contact a Respected Full Mouth Reconstruction Dentist

Any person who needs a comprehensive full mouth reconstruction will need to contact an experienced, caring professional in the dental arts. Dr. Miranda has helped many patients through successful reconstructions from start to finish. He and his highly-skilled team are dedicated to helping you reach the optimal aesthetic appearance and oral health. Get in touch with the dental office of Dr. Miranda today to schedule a consultation.

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