Full Mouth Reconstruction
Last medically reviewed by Dr Sam Jethwa: October 15, 2020
A full mouth restoration may be needed when you have many broken, worn down or missing teeth.
This procedure will enable you to restore the structure of your mouth, and regain the self-confidence that comes with a gleaming smile.
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What does a complete restoration involve?
Your smile is restored using a variety of the following:
Restoration dentistry options
The All-on-4 implant restores a gap where multiple teeth are missing.
Two implants are used to secure a bridge of 4 teeth into your mouth.
The All-on-6 implant is used to restore the whole upper or lower arch of teeth using only two dental implants on either end, which fix a complete bridge of 6 teeth.
Benefits of implants:
- Restores bite force
- Prevents bone loss
- Improves chewing and speech
- Durable and long-lasting
- Easy to care for and maintain
There are a number of steps to a full-mouth restoration, to ensure that it is successful.
Step 1: Assessment
- A thorough examination of the remaining teeth, gums, and bone structure
- Digital photography is used for bite analysis
- A detailed plan is created which is tailored to your needs and requirements
Step 2: Interactive Smile Design
- We use the latest technology to discuss and present to you the final outcome of your teeth
- You will be able to visualise the aesthetic result of your reconstruction
Step 3: 3D Preview
- Intricate impressions and bite analysis records enable us to transform the image into a 3D model
- You can check the appearance of your future smile from every angle with a computer-generated and physical 3D model
Step 4: Temporaries
- You can trial your new smile before the procedure is finalised with temporaries
- These will replicate the 3D model
- This is the stage where we iron out any further aesthetic or functional requirements
Step 5: The finishing stages
- Using a variety of veneers, crowns, inlays, onlays, dental implants and dental bridges, your new smile is fitted
- One of our highly skilled ceramists will duplicate the smile design, adding colour, surface anatomy and texture to ensure your smile is natural-looking and seamless.
How quickly can I receive a restored smile?
Because the process is very detailed to ensure the best results, a full-mouth reconstruction usually takes 10-12 months from pre-treatment assessment to final restoration.
Each individual timeline will differ depending on the procedures and treatments used.
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Here at Bespoke Smile, we are dedicated to providing the best cosmetic solutions and dental care.