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Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dentist Peoria, AZ

Dental x-ray of a full mouth. With full mouth reconstruction, you can rebuild your smile. Dr. Kabbani and his dental team offer full mouth reconstruction here at Desertview Dental Care. By using a combination of procedures, we can improve the function, health, and aesthetics of your mouth and return your smile to what it once was.

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction is a series of restorative dentistry procedures carried out to improve the mouth. Some of these include dental crowns, bridges, fillings, dental implants, and veneers. It may also require tooth extractions, treatments to alleviate gum or periodontal disease, procedures for misaligned jaws, dentures, or root canal therapy.

Who is a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Patients who have suffered dental trauma, either through accident or illness, are candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Also, patients with extensively decayed and missing teeth will also benefit from the procedure.

What Treatments Are Included in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Each full mouth reconstruction is specially designed for each patient depending on their oral health needs and concerns. The reconstruction can include a variety of treatments which could include dental implants, veneers, crowns, bridges, as well as other procedures. The treatments needed and requested in each full mouth reconstruction are just as unique as each individual requesting them. Our dental team takes the time to meet with you and discuss your goals and objectives for your full mouth reconstruction.

Dental Implants

Dental implants often form the backbone of a full mouth reconstruction for patients who have missing teeth. Dental implants can replace a single tooth or several teeth in a row with an implant-supported bridge. Dental implants can also be used to replace all the teeth in an arch with a fixed All-on-4®, or removable implant-supported denture.

Patients with any remaining teeth may need to have them extracted. Also, if there is significant bone loss, this may require bone grafting before any implant surgery.

Dental Crowns and Bridges

Dental crowns are used to add strength to a chipped or cracked tooth, as well as to teeth that have had repairs with fillings or root canals for extensive decay. Crowns are also used in conjunction with dental implants to provide a new replacement tooth.

Dental bridges are fixed prosthetic devices used to replace one or more missing teeth by connecting the gap between the adjacent teeth. They consist of artificial teeth (pontics) held in place by dental crowns attached to the neighboring natural teeth or dental implants. Dental bridges are recommended for individuals with missing teeth who desire a non-removable solution to restore function, aesthetics, and dental health.

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays are larger than fillings and are used to repair cavities caused by decay. They are custom-made to fit and cemented in place. They are used extensively to repair damage to the surface of the teeth.

Inlays fit within the cusps (the bumpy part of the tooth) of a tooth's chewing surface, while onlays extend beyond the cusps to cover a larger portion of the tooth's surface, including one or more cusps. Onlays are often chosen when the damage or decay extends to the chewing surface or cusps of the tooth, providing more extensive coverage and strength compared to inlays.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are a purely cosmetic dental treatment that effectively disguises the appearance of the teeth. They may be affixed to the front surface of a tooth that is discolored, misshapen or damaged. Dental veneers can in this way improve the cosmetic appearance of your teeth and improve your smile. Dental veneers are commonly used for the front teeth.


Dentures are removable dental appliances designed to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue. They are commonly needed by individuals who have lost teeth due to decay, injury, or other factors, providing them with improved functionality and aesthetics in their oral cavity. Partial dentures are available if you only have a few missing teeth, or full dentures can be used if you are completely without teeth.

Teeth Whitening

Professional teeth whitening involves the application of bleaching agents to the teeth to lighten their color and remove stains. This procedure is carried out by our dentist using high-concentration hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide gels, which are often accelerated by light or laser activation. While most individuals can undergo professional teeth whitening, it's important to consult with us to assess candidacy and ensure optimal results without compromising oral health.

Tooth Extractions

In a full mouth reconstruction, tooth extraction may be necessary due to severe decay, irreparable damage, or to address overcrowding issues that cannot be resolved through other means like orthodontic treatment. By removing compromised teeth, the dentist can create space for prosthetic replacements such as dental implants or dentures, ultimately restoring both function and aesthetics to the patient's smile as part of the comprehensive reconstruction process.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is a dental procedure aimed at treating infected or damaged tooth pulp, which is the soft tissue inside the tooth. It involves removing the infected pulp, cleaning and disinfecting the root canal, and then filling and sealing it to prevent further infection. This treatment is typically recommended for individuals with severe tooth decay, trauma to the tooth, or those experiencing persistent tooth pain or sensitivity.

What is the Procedure for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

It is important to note that a full mouth reconstruction is a series of treatments, which depending on the extent of your needs, may take a year or two to complete. After a full examination and consultation with appropriate diagnostic assessments, we will provide you with an outline of the various treatments that will deliver the outcome you need.

The first step in the process is to ensure any oral health issues are addressed, such as gum disease and tooth decay, before other tooth restoration treatments are carried out. After that, you will be given a timetable for when the other treatments are to be carried out to complete your full mouth reconstruction.

Full Mouth Reconstruction at Desertview Dental Care

If you are considering any of these restorative dentistry procedures, we are here to help. For further information about full mouth reconstruction, contact us at Desertview Dental Care by calling our office at 623-278-9402 to schedule an appointment.

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