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Full Mouth Reconstruction services offered in Whitehall, PA

When your teeth are damaged and your smile seems beyond repair, full mouth reconstruction offers a solution. This approach uses numerous techniques to restore your smile and is an area of specialty for the dentists at Advanced & Comfort Dentistry in Whitehall, Pennsylvania. Learning more begins with a quick call or a few moments on the online scheduling page.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A

What is a full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a term used to describe a combination of dental treatments intended to address multiple concerns. It often involves repairing or replacing most or all of your natural teeth.

While all dentists are trained in the full range of restorative dental care, those who specialize in full mouth reconstruction understand how to create a customized treatment plan that addresses complex dental needs. 

Just as no two smiles are ever exactly alike, no two smile reconstructions are identical. Your treatment plan is shaped around your specific needs, your overall health, and your budget. Your active participation is key to a successful full mouth reconstruction, and you are encouraged to ask questions and express concerns as they arise.  

Why do people need full mouth reconstruction?

Many people need full mouth reconstruction after a traumatic or sports injury causes severe dental damage. When multiple teeth are knocked out or broken, reconstruction can repair that damage and preserve as much healthy tooth tissue as possible. 

Others find themselves in need of full mouth reconstruction after going through treatment for a serious medical condition. Some kinds of chemotherapy require that any teeth that are not fully healthy be extracted prior to beginning cancer treatment. This reduces the risk of infection and the need for invasive dental procedures while having chemotherapy. 

If you have advanced dental decay, full mouth reconstruction may be the only way to restore a healthy and attractive smile. There are also some congenital conditions that prevent normal tooth development, and reconstruction can help create a normal and functional smile. Your dentist will perform a full exam before recommending a treatment plan. 

What kinds of treatments might be included in a full mouth reconstruction?

Many different dental restorations can be part of your full mouth reconstruction. During your consultation, you’ll discuss the pros and cons of various options and receive all the details needed to make an informed decision about your care. 

Some of the dental restoration treatments that can be part of full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Dentures
  • Dental implants
  • Bone grafting
  • Inlays and onlays
  • Fillings

If you’d like more information about what to expect with full mouth reconstruction, schedule a personalized consultation at your earliest convenience. Scheduling options include online or phone methods. 

Advanced & Comfort Dentistry
✆ Phone (appointments): 610-432-1200
✆ Phone (general inquiries): 610-432-1200
Address: 3655 Municipal Dr, Whitehall, PA 18052