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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstruction Juno Beach

As the name implies, full mouth reconstruction (also known as full-mouth rehabilitation or restoration) is a process in which all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws are rebuilt or  restoredsimultaneously.

Our team approach brings the skills of a periodontist, surgical resident,  and general dentist together for patients who need extensive dental work to restore a beautiful, healthy smile. Restorations may include a combination of veneers, crowns, bridges or implants with a lot of experience in dental reconstruction. The need for full mouth reconstruction is for

  • Patients who have had multiple cavities and fillings
  • Patients who have had extensive dental work Patients who have had
  • Severely worn due to long-term acid erosion from foods or beverages, acid reflux, or tooth grinding
  • Jaw, muscle, and headache pain that require a change in the bite

What to Expect from Full Mouth Restoration

If you think you need full-mouth reconstruction, see Dr. Belkis C. Del Puerto at Smiles at Doral for a thorough evaluation. She will examine your mouth to determine the extent of your dental problems and will determine the best treatment options to correct them. Specifically, she will focus on:

  • Occlusion (the contact between your teeth) and the stability of your bite. This is important when planning your full-mouth reconstruction so that you do not experience any pain when you close your mouth or chew and your bite doesn’t cause wear or destruction of your teeth.
  • Aesthetic considerations, such as the color, shape, size, and proportion of your teeth, and how they look in relation to your mouth, lips, gums, and face.

Once the doctors have all the information relevant to your individual case, they will develop a comprehensive treatment plan to address all your dental needs. We will review a written summary for you to fully understand the risks and benefits of the procedures and recommended treatments.

To learn more about our full-mouth reconstruction services,
call our office to schedule an appointment at 561-627-5552, or request one online.



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