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Full-Mouth Reconstruction – Lisle, IL

A Major Rebuild of Your Full Grin

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Often enough, a dental patient doesn’t just have one smile flaw. They might well suffer from several at once. When that happens, it can feel like there’s no real solution to your dental dilemma. Truthfully, though, there happens to be a great one: a full-mouth reconstruction! This option from Arbor Dental Care would restore your grin to working order. To learn more about it, please keep reading or (better yet) book a consultation with us!

Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

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Even when a smile has severe damage, you’re never too late to improve its health, function, and looks. You can get a full-mouth reconstruction – a treatment that rebuilds and replaces one’s teeth. In particular, this service uses restorative and cosmetic work to restore your mouth. The result is a grin that improves your mental and emotional well-being.

All that said, a full-mouth reconstruction is often complex and invasive. It’s best suited for patients who need drastic oral care. In particular, the best candidates have one (or more) of the following:

  • Highly severe tooth damage or trauma, usually from an injury or accident
  • Advanced tooth decay or infection(s)
  • Missing teeth
  • Chronic oral conditions (i.e., gum disease, etc.)

The Full-Mouth Reconstruction Process

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Patients have varying needs, so every full-mouth reconstruction is unique. Still, each one will involve certain elements. The dentist will include these factors to ensure treatment goes well.

Broadly speaking, a full-mouth reconstruction has several key steps. The first is the initial consultation, which lets our team learn your smile goals, oral health history, etc. (This consult also helps us see if a reconstruction suits you.) If a dentist approves care, they’ll then draft a custom treatment plan. Lastly, the whole dental team will perform your reconstruction’s included procedures.

Given its nature, a reconstruction can include a wide variety of procedures. The most typical of these are:

  • Periodontal Therapy
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Implants
  • Dental Crowns
  • Fixed Bridges

Of course, a dentist can make reconstruction go faster with digital smile design. This tool creates a digital grin mockup to show how your teeth will look after treatment.

Understanding the Cost of a Full-Mouth Reconstruction

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Remember, a full mouth reconstructions varies by patient. That means its cost depends on your specific oral needs. Still, rest assured that Arbor Dental Care won’t leave you in the dark about pricing. We’ll thoroughly discuss your expenses during the consultation. Plus, our team will take your finances and budget into account.

Luckily, Arbor Dental Care has ways to make a reconstruction affordable. One is dental insurance, as our office accepts many plans. Another is flexible financing via CareCredit – a third-party financier. Through them, you could pay for your reconstruction with monthly low-interest installments.