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A Full Mouth Reconstruction Restores Your Oral Health And Function

After years of unchecked oral health problems, it can be difficult to determine how to pursue a more healthy, radiant smile. A full mouth reconstruction takes a wide view to plan a combination of treatments that best return your smile’s health, function, and appearance. Because Dr. Christine Hopkins specializes in rehabilitating smiles, you can receive the majority of these procedures under the care of a single practitioner rather than moving between different doctors.

What Is A Full Mouth Reconstruction?

While a smile makeover focuses on improving the appearance of your smile using cosmetic techniques, a full mouth reconstruction addresses a broader array of oral health problems. We use advanced imaging techniques including digital X-rays and intraoral cameras to help identify the following:

  • Multiple missing teeth
  • Extensive decay and cavities
  • Active gum disease
  • Loss of jawbone density
  • Broken restorations 
  • Damaged or fractured teeth
  • Lost height due to excessive grinding
  • Joint pain due to TMJ disorder

Because each treatment plan is unique, we take into consideration your schedule when combining procedures to address multiple oral health issues. We may recommend dental implants, crowns, dentures, or orthodontic care to restore your smile.

Why Choose A Prosthodontist For Full Mouth Reconstruction?

As a prosthodontist, Dr. Christine Hopkins specializes in the replacement and rehabilitation of teeth. She also enjoys extensive general dentistry experience, allowing you to receive nearly every phase of your smile reconstruction in the same location. By working with you at every step of the process, we provide a more cohesive end result to help your smile feel and look as natural as possible.

Preparatory Treatments

If you have any active concerns affecting the stability of your smile, we must address them before placing any restorations. This could include placing you on periodontal maintenance therapy to control an ongoing gum infection. If we discover tooth infections during your examination, we will recommend root canal therapy to remove all foreign material. After your tissues stabilize, we will feel more confident performing the restorative work necessary to complete your full mouth reconstruction.