Gain a Functional, Dazzling Smile  with Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you are suffering from advanced gum disease, missing teeth, or widespread damage, you may have jaw or tooth pain, nutritional deficiencies, or a desire to hide your smile. At Elements Dental in Victoria, BC, we are dedicated to helping our patients find a solution for their needs, regardless of the state of their oral health. A full mouth reconstruction is a personalized treatment plan that combines several procedures to restore dental health and function. The process may include procedures such as dental implants, crowns, or orthodontics. Our team, Dr. Ray T. Chow, Dr. Elysa Kliman, and Dr. Alex Kim are passionate about working with you to improve your smile, bite, and quality of life.

Is This Procedure Right for Me?

While a full mouth reconstruction is similar to a smile makeover in that it combines several procedures to achieve your smile goals, this treatment is focused first and foremost on your oral health. We can also provide cosmetic procedures such as porcelain veneers or teeth whitening once fundamental dental issues have been addressed to completely transform your smile. Full mouth reconstruction is typically recommended for patients with:

  • Missing teeth
  • Substantial decay 
  • Excessive wear 
  • Chipped or cracked teeth 
  • Periodontitis 
  • Severe misalignment

Full mouth reconstruction can also help treat bruxism, commonly known as teeth grinding, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. During your consultation, the doctor will make personalized recommendations to help improve your smile. 

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Addressing fundamental dental issues offers three key benefits: 

Recovered Oral Health 

By succinctly treating concerns such as gum disease, decay, and damage, your oral health can be significantly improved in a short period of time. This will not only enhance your day-to-day life but benefit you in the future as well. Undergoing a full mouth reconstruction can significantly reduce your need for future dental procedures

Improved Function

Missing or broken teeth can make it difficult to chew, causing you to rely on one side of your bite or eliminate certain foods from your diet. These issues can also affect enunciation, preventing you from speaking clearly. By restoring affected teeth, these functional problems can be alleviated. 

Increased Self-confidence

By fixing broken, chipped, and damaged teeth, the appearance of your smile will improve. When restoring compromised teeth, we use high-quality, natural-looking prosthetics for outstanding results. Feeling comfortable and confident in your smile will undoubtedly have a positive effect on your life. 

What to Expect

Your oral health is our priority. When planning your full mouth reconstruction, we will make recommendations based on the information gathered during your examination. Once we have established the oral health concerns that need to be treated, we will provide you with a treatment plan tailored to your needs, budget, and goals. With a focus on biological dentistry, we will only recommend the procedures we feel are in your best interests.

Feeling comfortable and confident in your smile will undoubtedly have a positive effect on your life. 

Typically, patients can expect this process to take several months. However, the timeline for your treatment plan may be longer depending on the specific procedures being performed, which may include:

You will typically return for two follow-up appointments. These will occur one week and one month after your procedures are complete. 

Trusted Dental Care

If you are suffering from discomfort or serious dental issues, schedule a consultation today by contacting us online or by phone at (250) 382-5233. The doctors at Elements Dental are dedicated to providing ethical, patient-focused care. 

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