what is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
Full-mouth reconstruction is part art and part science, combining dental aesthetics with restorative dentistry to improve your ability to speak and eat comfortably and with confidence. Our team of dental professionals is highly skilled in the art of full-mouth restoration, providing patients in the Cranston and Warwick, RI areas with procedures such as onlays, inlays, bridges, crowns, veneers, dental implants, dentures, and other dental procedures. Full-mouth reconstruction often includes a combination of procedures that work together to improve overall oral wellness. Cranston Dental Group is an experienced provider of full-mouth reconstruction, and you can count on us to optimize your results and enhance the function, health, and beauty of your smile. If you have multiple dental concerns that need to be addressed, we invite you to schedule a visit with our team to learn more about full-mouth reconstruction.
"There is no one I would trust with the dental needs of my teeth and my children’s’, other than Cranston dental group and specifically, our hygienist Chontelle. She is accommodating, professional and knowledgeable. She thoroughly explains everything and makes us all feel comfortable, in what is often an intimidating atmosphere. My daughters actually look forward to visiting her and having their teeth cleaned. You won’t find a better practice!"- S.P. / Google / Sep 29, 2021
"Dr. M and the whole staff are terrific!!!"- T.G. / Google / Sep 28, 2021
"Great first time experience. My dental hygienist was very sweet, had great bedside manners. I came in for a regular check up/cleaning, and a consultation. The dentist who did my consultation was also very nice and informed me about my treatment plan. I would recommend them to my friends and family."- L.C. / Google / Sep 24, 2021
"My appointment was at 11 am for a cleaning. Hygienist (Mary) greeted me right on time. She was very friendly and showed concern for the health of my teeth by asking a series of questions. The cleaning was very thorough and complete. Very pleased with the entire experience. Larry K."- L.K. / Google / Sep 22, 2021
"You can't find a better team! I am very nervous at the dentist and they know exactly how to make me comfortable. I have alot of work that has been done and needs to be done and I feel so much better!"- A.P. / Google / Sep 10, 2021
who is a good candidate for full-mouth restoration?
Full-mouth reconstruction is a treatment plan that can improve the overall health and function of the teeth, gums, and jaw. Some of the most common conditions that require this whole-mouth approach to care include:
- Tooth loss or non-restorable teeth
- Teeth with large or old fillings that need replacing
- Widespread decay across many teeth
- Broken, cracked, or severely worn teeth
- Periodontal (gum) disease or gum recession
- Infected or abscessed teeth
- Teeth that never fully developed, are abnormally small, or are stained or translucent
What should I expect during full dental reconstruction?
The full-mouth restoration procedure begins after a thorough examination of the patient's gum tissue, teeth, temporomandibular (TMJ) joints, facial muscles, and bite. If upon completion of the exam we determine that a full-mouth reconstruction is warranted, our experienced dental team will explain the recommended therapeutic options, making certain that the treatment plan fits your needs and goals. Once that treatment plan has been agreed upon, our team can help you schedule your procedures. To complete your care, a number of visits may be required over the course of a few weeks or months. These visits will be spaced out so as to allow your mouth to heal between steps.
what should I expect after dental restoration?
Our team will monitor your progress closely throughout the full-mouth restoration process, advising you on what to expect next, as well as the steps you should take to promote healing. The procedures may cause some swelling and discomfort, and for that reason, you may be prescribed pain medication or advised to take over-the-counter analgesics. Given that your mouth, teeth, and gums might be tender following certain procedures, you may need to avoid harder-to-chew foods and replace them with softer foods and liquids. Rest assured, out practitioners will be with you every step of the way, helping to keep your discomfort to a minimum and working toward the best possible outcome.
is full-mouth reconstruction covered by dental insurance?
Getting proper dental care should not be cost-prohibitive. At Cranston Dental Group, we take measures to help make your dental care affordable, from working with your insurance provider to offering you a financing plan that you can live with. Our practice offers a range of easy payment methods to help you cover any personal expenses. We want you to focus on getting well and enjoying the benefits of your procedure rather than spend time worrying about unexpected expenses.
Reestablish and Restore your smile
A full-mouth restoration procedure can help minimize oral discomfort, improve functionality, and enhance your appearance. If you live in Cranston or Warwick, RI and suffer from broken or worn teeth, tooth loss, or other dental issues, please schedule an appointment with our dental experts. With full-mouth reconstruction from Cranston Dental Group, you can get back to enjoying a high quality of life and a healthy, confident smile.