Full Mouth Reconstruction in Calgary

Full Mouth Reconstruction in CalgaryFull mouth reconstruction is a way of completely restoring all of the teeth in your mouth.

This process, unlike a typical cosmetic smile makeover, can also correct painful problems with the TMJ and bite placement (occlusion) of the patient.

There are a number of different options and possibilities to fully restore your mouth.

Each treatment plan is customized and may include braces to realign the bite and straighten the teeth, implants to replace missing teeth, and or crowns or veneers to beautify.

Before you begin the rehabilitation, the entire treatment will be discussed and planned out so that you are clear on the steps and understand the process fully.

Once the optimal treatment plan is agreed upon between you and your dentist the lab will make up a diagnostic model and wax-up for the doctor and patient to look at together.

These are meant to give the required data for developing optimal esthetics and function.

Doing a wax-up of the teeth is also utilized to determine the best shape, size, and position of the new teeth so patients know exactly what to expect.

Our experienced dentists have completed many beautiful full mouth restorations.

To learn more book a consultation.

Evening & Weekend Appointment

We understand that you are busy and don’t always have time to visit a dentist for a routine checkup in the middle of your Monday. That’s why we offer extended hours from 7:00 AM to 8:30 PM Monday through Thursday.

We are also open all throughout the weekend. That’s right, we’re open every day of the week.

Direct Billing To Insurance Plans

To support our clients, we offer direct billing, predeterminations of treatments, and financial arrangements to all our patients to ensure smooth and easy payment transactions.

Payment Plans & Financing Available

We understand that dental services can be an unexpected expense. That’s why we offer flexible payment plans and options to suit our patients’ needs. Speak with one of our dental assistants to learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

For people that are suffering from painful dental problems, like dental occlusion (a problem with bite placement) or Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), a full mouth reconstruction can mean relief. In this procedure, we will evaluate the problem and determine which dental options will restore your mouth to the way it should be.

Treatments for full mouth reconstruction can include the use of braces, implants, veneers, and more. It is meant to help straighten and realign your teeth, as well as giving your mouth the look you want so you can smile.

Nothing is more confidence-boosting than a great (and painless) smile.

A total mouth reconstruction procedure may include:

  • Restorative dental treatments – fillings, inlays, bridges, dental crowns
  • Implant dentistry – use of dental implants to replace missing teeth
  • Cosmetic dentistry – teeth whitening, tooth bonding, porcelain veneers, gum recontouring
  • Neuromuscular dentistry – correction of issues involving the bite and the temporomandibular joints (TMJ)
  • Bruxism treatment – treatment for teeth grinding
  • Orthodontics – traditional metal braces, Invisalign, retainers, spacers, and expanders
  • Endodontics – root canal therapy
  • Oral surgery – extractions, soft and hard tissue grafting
  • Periodontal treatments – root planing, scaling, periodontal surgery

A full mouth reconstruction includes a combination of dental procedures aimed at establishing a healthy relationship between your teeth, jaws, tendons, and the whole mouth.

Full-mouth restoration, also referred to as reconstructive dentistry, is designed to correct the effects of tooth damage or traumatic injury and rebuild your smile. It can also do wonders for patients suffering from dental pain, a bad bite or malocclusion, jaw soreness, and a range of other symptoms of temporomandibular joint problems (TMJ).
You may experience fatigue of the muscles of the mouth while they recover from your treatment. The first two to three days should consist of soft foods that minimize the impact of chewing.

Soft foods don’t require as much chewing and reduce the stress placed on the teeth and supporting structures. Over time, you’ll introduce harder foods, as you’re able to tolerate them.

The age of a patient can influence the recovery process. Faster recovery periods are common among younger patients while older individuals have an increased risk of unwanted issues.