Schedule Schedule Appointment Schedule Forms Like Us Like us on Facebook Reviews Read Our Reviews Call Give us a Call Map View our Map

Full Mouth Reconstruction – Eatontown, NJ

Revive Your Smile

Have you been battling with painful, broken, or missing teeth? We’ve got the perfect solution for you! Full mouth reconstruction is a personalized treatment plan designed to address severe and complex dental issues. Through a series of restorative treatments, we'll efficiently renew your smile's health and appearance. To learn more or to schedule your consultation, reach out to our office today!

Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

Is it right for me:patient talking to dentist during consultation

Full mouth reconstruction has the potential to tackle complex and long-standing dental issues head-on. If you find yourself limited in food choices because of discomfort, or if you hesitate to smile because of how it looks, this service could be the solution you've been seeking.

With a focus on optimizing mouth function and ending your oral discomfort, Dr. G strives to enhance your overall quality of life. You can embrace the benefits of a healthy, attractive smile, which not only boosts physical wellness but also nurtures your mental wellbeing.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

dentist grabbing tools

The first step on your full mouth reconstruction journey is a consultation with Dr. G. He will attentively listen to your concerns and treatment expectations.

Your treatment plan may include various procedures, such as:

Understanding the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction

patient talking to dentist

Full mouth reconstruction is an investment that varies for each patient based on the specific procedures and their extent. In your consultation, we'll provide you with a personalized cost estimate. While the cost may appear substantial, its benefits are truly invaluable.

Believe it or not, full mouth reconstruction often costs less than getting restorative work done here and there. Our team strives to make your care affordable, supporting you by filing insurance claims and assisting with low-interest financing.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

Man smiling in the dental chair

Are there numerous aspects of your smile that you want to change? With a Full Mouth Reconstruction, you can have several flaws treated and corrected in one treatment plan. However, you may still have some unanswered questions about the treatment. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we receive about Full Mouth Reconstruction in Eatontown. If you don’t see the information that you’re looking for below, don’t worry. Give us a call, and we’d be happy to address any questions or concerns that you have.

Learn More

Do I Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

If you aren’t happy about the appearance and function of your smile, a Full Mouth Reconstruction is likely a viable solution for you. This treatment is especially beneficial for patients who are in need of extensive restorative and cosmetic care to provide a smile that is both healthy and beautiful. Ultimately, the final decision is between you and your dentist.

Will People Be Able to Tell That I Had a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Thanks to modern dental techniques and technology, full mouth reconstructions have a very natural appearance and feel. How noticeable your results are will depend on your dental needs and the goals you have for your smile. For instance, if you have a few decayed teeth treated and get teeth whitening, you can upgrade your smile without drawing too much attention to it. However, if you opt for veneers to transform the appearance of your smile, the results will be much more dramatic and noticeable.

How Do I Care for My Smile After Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Everyone’s smile is unique. However, they all require consistent care to stay in optimal shape. After your procedure, it is crucial that you implement a solid at-home oral hygiene routine. This means brushing twice and flossing daily. You should also avoid bad dental habits, like chewing on ice, using your teeth as tools, and grinding your teeth. Lastly, you should prioritize your six-month checkups and cleanings. This way, your dental team can closely monitor the condition of your teeth.

Does Getting a Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

For treatment of any kind, it is always our goal to provide patients with a comfortable, stress-free dental experience. If you are receiving a more complex procedure, a local anesthetic will be used to numb the area, so you won’t feel a thing. If you get anxious at the idea of going to the dentist, sedation options are available to make you feel as relaxed as possible. Some soreness can occur after your procedure, but this can be managed by closely sticking to the aftercare instructions provided to you by your dentist.