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Full-Mouth Reconstruction – West Palm Beach, FL

Getting Your Healthy, Complete Smile Back

Your teeth are incredibly strong, but over the years, it’s common for decay, wear, and breakage to occur. This can affect not only the way your smile functions, but also your self-confidence – especially if several of your teeth are severely damaged or missing entirely. If you believe that your smile has too many problems to ever be fixed, Dr. Mihran Asinmaz is here to tell you that you’re wrong. No matter what condition your smile might be in now, our team can definitely help you with a custom treatment plan called a full-mouth reconstruction. To start getting your healthy, complete smile back, simply contact our dental office today to schedule a consultation for a full-mouth reconstruction in West Palm Beach, FL!

senior man and woman smiling after full-mouth reconstruction in West Palm Beach, FL

Is a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

dental patient admiring her new smile in a mirror

If all or several of your teeth are damaged, decayed, or missing, then chances are you have difficulty eating, smiling, or even talking with the ease you used to. In that case, you could most likely benefit from a full-mouth reconstruction. Even the most extensively damaged smiles can be repaired with the right combination of restorative dentistry services. As an experienced dentist in West Palm Beach, Dr. Asinmaz can come up with the perfect way to give you a functional and attractive grin again, regardless of the current state of your teeth.  

The Full-Mouth Reconstruction Process

dentist in West Palm Beach showing a patient their X-rays

The first step in getting a full-mouth reconstruction will always be to attend an initial consultation with Dr. Asinmaz. Because these cases can be quite complex, he’ll need to closely examine your mouth, both with his own eyes and by capturing high-definition digital scans. In addition, he’ll spend some time asking you what you’d like to change about your smile. With this in mind, he can develop a personalized treatment plan to bring those changes to life. He may even be able to let you preview your end results by creating a wax mock-up of your future smile.

Every full-mouth reconstruction is different, but they all have the same goal – restoring your smile. To that end, Dr. Asinmaz may recommend any combination of various services, such as:

  • Dental implants
  • Full or partial dentures
  • Tooth extractions
  • Dental crowns
  • Dental bridges
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Veneers
  • Gum disease therapy

Understanding the Cost of a Full-Mouth Reconstruction

man in dental chair shaking his dentist’s hand

Depending on the specific services that are necessary, the cost of a full-mouth reconstruction varies significantly from one patient to another. Rest assured that you’ll never be left in the dark about the price of your treatment; our team will thoroughly discuss this information with you during your consultation. We can also talk about your payment options.

Although we are not an in-network provider for any dental insurance plans, we still accept most major PPOs and will handle the necessary paperwork on your behalf as a courtesy to you. We also accept CareCredit financing, which allows qualified patients to pay for their treatments in low-interest monthly installments.

Keep in mind that even if a full-mouth reconstruction seems expensive, the benefits of having a confident, healthy smile are truly priceless!

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

a woman smiling after a full mouth reconstruction

Ready to start your complete smile makeover with a full mouth reconstruction? While you can be sure to enjoy numerous benefits from this treatment, it’s normal to want to know as much as possible about the procedure before committing to anything. To help you be well-informed, our team has been more than happy to collect and respond to several of our most frequent questions about the treatment. If you don’t see the information you’re looking for, feel free to give our team a call today to learn more about full mouth reconstruction in West Palm Beach.

Does Getting a Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

Other than renewing your pearly whites and oral health, our team will do everything they can to ensure you’re as comfortable and safe as possible during your treatment. For more extensive or complex procedures, we’ll likely provide you with a local anesthetic to completely numb your mouth before beginning any work. If you’re feeling nervous or anxious about your appointment, we can also offer you sedation dentistry to keep you relaxed and reduce your ability to register pain. After completing your procedure, you may experience some soreness or sensitivity. Fortunately, our team will provide you with detailed aftercare guidelines to help you make a speedy recovery!

How Do I Care for My Smile After Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Once you’ve undergone your full mouth reconstruction, you’ll need to practice good oral hygiene at home every day. This means you should brush your teeth twice a day, floss daily, and rinse with mouthwash often. You’ll also want to refrain from poor oral habits, such as using your teeth to open packages, chewing on ice, and grinding or clenching your teeth. Be sure to also schedule regular checkups and cleanings every six months. This way we can help monitor your oral health and ensure your results stay in pristine condition for as long as possible.

Do I Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Those who aren’t entirely thrilled about the function and/or appearance of their smile may benefit greatly from full mouth reconstruction. This smile-altering service is an incredible option for people who require extensive restorative treatment as well as a cosmetic solution to enhance their pearly whites. The best way to determine if a full mouth reconstruction is ideal for you is by undergoing an initial consultation with your dentist. They can discuss your smile goals and walk you through a detailed treatment plan that can help you achieve your desired results in no time!

Will People Be Able to Tell That I Had a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Due to advancements in modern techniques and dental technology, a full mouth reconstruction can provide completely natural-looking results. The noticeability of your smile results will depend mainly on the kind of procedures you choose to undergo. For example, repairing decayed pearly whites and brightening them with whitening treatment typically won’t draw much attention. However, improving your smile with veneers will provide a more comprehensive and dramatic transformation. Be sure to schedule an appointment with our team so we can discuss the results you want and develop a detailed plan for you.