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Full Mouth Reconstruction in Whitby, ON

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Whitby Dental Studio provides full mouth reconstruction services in Whitby, ON. To learn more or schedule an appointment for a consultation, please call our office at 905-666-2750.

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction involves repairing or replacing most or all of a patient's teeth. People who need full mouth reconstruction often have many missing teeth due to dental trauma, periodontal disease, or excessive decay. A full mouth reconstruction treatment can restore their self-confidence and oral health.

Smile Makeovers

A smile makeover involves using cosmetic and restorative techniques to replace or repair your natural teeth. Procedures may include crowns, bridges, single-tooth implants, fillings, veneers, orthodontic work, and teeth whitening.

Smile makeovers are appropriate when a patient has enough dental structure to support these techniques.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures may be the best choice for patients with many missing, broken, or compromised teeth. With full-arch implant-supported dentures, we extract all your remaining teeth and place a handful of implants to support a full restoration.

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Restore Chewing and Speaking Ability

People with missing teeth often struggle to chew food and may have unclear speech. If you have this problem, you may feel uneasy about eating in public. With restored teeth, you can eat most foods without issues.

Rejuvenate Your Appearance

Missing and damaged teeth age your appearance. If you have a healthy-looking smile, you will seem years younger.

Improve Your Oral Health

Poor oral health can lead to damaged teeth. When you have a fully repaired set of teeth, you will suffer fewer problems like tooth decay and gum disease.

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Why Choose Whitby Dental Studio?

Our dentists provide expert care for patients needing full mouth reconstruction. We can create a new look that restores your chewing function and makes you want to share your smile with the world.

Are You a Good Candidate?

If you have suffered from the following problems, you may be an excellent candidate for full mouth reconstruction:

  • Multiple missing, cracked, broken, or chipped teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Chronic dental infections
  • Poor quality enamel
  • Congenital oral conditions that affect the enamel, tooth structure, and bone structure

Frequently Asked Questions About Full Mouth Reconstruction

How long does full mouth reconstruction last?
Full mouth reconstruction is permanent. If you have a smile makeover, some procedures may need periodic updates, including teeth whitening, veneers, and crowns.
How long does it take to get a full mouth reconstruction?
It can take a year or more to receive all of the services needed to reconstruct your smile fully.
Is a full mouth reconstruction expensive?
Full mouth reconstruction is an investment. When you consider all the trouble and expense that goes into fixing individual teeth, you may notice that full mouth reconstruction costs less and takes less time.
Does full mouth reconstruction make your life easier?
If you have problem teeth, you already know how much of your time and energy you devote to living with their effects. When you experience full mouth reconstruction, you will no longer have to deal with fragile, uncomfortable teeth.
What can I eat after full mouth reconstruction?
After your surgery sites and implants have healed, you can eat almost anything as you would with healthy, natural teeth. Implant-supported dentures don't slip, shift, or trap food.
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