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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Leesburg, VA

Rebuild a Healthy, Beautiful Smile

Your teeth can last for a lifetime, but that’s not a reality for many Americans. Whether from decay, disease, or trauma, your teeth might be damaged or missing. If your smile has been compromised, you might live with daily pain or embarrassment. Not to mention, you might find simple tasks challenging, like biting or chewing. You don’t need to cope with the struggles of a less than perfect smile. We can transform your teeth and your quality of life with full mouth reconstruction in Leesburg, VA.

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What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

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Full mouth reconstruction resolves complex oral health issues using specific cosmetic and restorative treatments. The selected procedures cater to each patient’s needs to improve their dental health and functions. Besides rehabilitating the teeth, we also keep aesthetics in mind. We’ll ensure your results look and feel natural to give you a smile you’ll want to show off.

The process of correcting your dental concerns can take several months to complete depending on your specific treatment plan. After a thorough consultation, we’ll explain which procedures we recommend and in what order. We’ll provide you with an estimated timeline and what you can expect while on your way to a beautiful, healthy smile.

We’ll also explain each step in your plan and address any concerns, so you feel confident in the decisions you’re making for your oral health.

How Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Work?

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During your initial consultation, we consider several factors to create an action plan. We’ll look beyond what you see on the surface to also check your bite and alignment, as well as other factors that may be hiding from sight, like an infection. Using advanced technology, we’ll have a complete picture of your needs to transform your teeth using one or more treatments, such as:

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

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If you’re insecure about your teeth or you experience pain when eating, you might be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. We’ll perform the thorough consultation you need to rehabilitate your smile. Contact our office today to restore your dental health.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

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Are you ready to rebuild a healthy, beautiful smile? It’s likely that you have a few questions you’d like answered before you’re comfortable committing to a treatment plan. That’s perfectly fine! We would be more than happy to personally answer all your questions during your initial consultation as we walk you through the details of the process. In the meantime, we’ve also gathered some of the most common questions we get about full mouth reconstruction so you can learn more. If you don’t see the information you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to give us a call!

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Is Full Mouth Reconstruction the Same as a Smile Makeover?

At first, these two types of customized treatment plans may look similar. After all, they both streamline several different treatments depending on your unique needs and preferences. However, the difference lies in where the treatments are focused. While a smile makeover is designed to use cosmetic procedures to upgrade your smile, full mouth reconstruction is more focused on restoring your oral health and helping your mouth function properly. Of course, for a full mouth reconstruction, we will aim to make your smile look just as good as it feels in the end!

How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?

Since every patient’s journey towards a healthy, functional smile is unique, there is no set timeline for how long a full mouth reconstruction takes. It all depends on what types of treatments you need and how many of them. Oftentimes it will take several months to fully complete the process. Other times, it can take up to a year or more. However, when designing your customized treatment plan, we’ll do our best to streamline the steps in order to treat your smile as efficiently as possible.

What Happens After a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

We will provide personalized post-op instructions after each treatment to ensure you recover smoothly and quickly. For instance, you may need to use a special mouthwash for a while after periodontal therapy. If you’re getting dental implants, you’ll need to plan on sticking to a diet of soft, nutritious foods for a month or so.

When it comes to taking care of your results in the long-term, you should come see us every six months for routine checkups and cleanings. We’ll monitor your teeth and gums to ensure no issues are developing, and we’ll give you tips for how to make the most out of your new smile. Of course, you’ll also need to brush and floss thoroughly every day to make sure your results last as long as possible.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Since a full mouth reconstruction is a collection of different services, the answer to this question will vary from patient to patient. To find the answer, we’ll need to look into your dental insurance coverage for each individual service within your full mouth reconstruction plan. Fortunately, most services used in a full mouth reconstruction earn at least partial coverage from most dental insurance policies. However, every plan is different! We’ll be happy to confirm your benefits after giving you an estimate during your initial consultation. 

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