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Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist

Tyson's Dental Design Center

Dentists & Periodontists located in Vienna, VA

If you’re missing most of your teeth due to trauma, tooth decay, or injury, a full mouth reconstruction can help you get your smile back. The dentists at Tysons Dental Design Center in Vienna, Virginia, can restore your self-confidence by reconstructing your smile into a functional, healthy, and beautiful state. The highly experienced dental team serve the communities of Vienna, Reston, Potomac Falls, Herndon, and Oak Hill. Call the office today or schedule your appointment online.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A

What is a full mouth reconstruction?

The dental staff at Tysons Dental Design Center perform full mouth reconstructions when most of your teeth are damaged or missing due to gum disease, dental trauma, or decay. It’s an extensive process involving rebuilding or replacing your teeth to improve your oral health and create a beautiful smile.

Who is the best candidate for a full mouth reconstruction?

Having a full mouth reconstruction is best for people who require numerous restorative dental treatments due to:

  • Injuries to teeth
  • Continuous teeth grinding
  • Missing teeth
  • Cracked or broken teeth

The experienced dentists do everything possible to save any original teeth you still have. The best way to determine if you’re a good candidate for a full mouth reconstruction is to schedule a consultation at Tysons Dental Design Center to determine what combined and customized treatments you may need.

What can I expect during a full mouth reconstruction?

The procedures needed for a full mouth reconstruction are unique to each patient because of the varying and unique nature of each case. Nonetheless, the first step in understanding all your dental needs is to take X-rays of your mouth and make models of your teeth.

A full mouth reconstruction may include the following treatments, depending on your needs.

  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Tooth bonding
  • Tooth extractions
  • Porcelain crowns or bridges
  • Teeth whitening
  • Dental implants
  • Dental veneers
  • Root canals
  • Periodontal care
  • Bone grafting
  • Sinus lift

In addition to the potential treatments above, the dental staff may find some of your dental problems are a cause of not having a stable bite which is causing pain when you close your mouth or chew. Because of this, they may recommend orthodontics or orthotic devices such as a night guard.

Depending on the severity of your case, a full mouth reconstruction takes multiple visits throughout a couple of months or more.

What can I expect after a full mouth reconstruction?

Because of the vast depth of rebuilding or replacing your teeth, it’s important you take care of all your dental work by having regular dental exams along with being consistent with brushing and flossing daily. The better oral hygiene habits you have, the longer your new perfectly aesthetic smile will last.

If your teeth are extensively damaged or missing, a full mouth reconstruction may be for you. To learn more, schedule your appointment online or call Tysons Dental Design Center today.