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Many patients seeking this procedure have experienced bone loss, have missing teeth or are experiencing an uncomfortable bite.


Transform Your Smile

Full mouth reconstruction is a great option for patients who are looking to transform their smile. Many patients seeking this procedure have experienced bone loss over the years, have missing teeth due to decay or are experiencing an uncomfortable bite.

Full mouth reconstruction eliminates the daily frustrations and discomfort of dentures. They are highly recommended because, unlike fixed bridges or dentures, they do not affect your oral health, and they do not lead to any bone loss in the jaw.

The implants are made of titanium metal and acts as a substitute for the root of your natural tooth. A dental implant looks identical to your natural teeth. Over several months, your jawbone fuses to the implant. The fusing process is the reason implants do not slip or rock like dentures. This also makes them the most successful option for patients seeking an option for teeth replacement.

After a consultation at our office, our doctors will create a custom treatment plan that works for you! We are confident you will love your dental implants and with proper care, they will last a lifetime.

Reasons for Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth restoration may be for you if you are experiencing one of the following:

  • Four or more teeth are missing or compromised
  • Eroded enamel
  • Tooth decay in multiple teeth
  • Difficulty with chewing and biting
  • Extreme bone loss of the jaw
  • Challenge with speaking
  • Dentures that are irritating the gums & bone
  • Teeth that have worn down due to years of grinding


Implant Over Denture

Implant Overdenture

Overdentures snap in and lock into the implants. They can easily be taken off and put back on by patient.

Hybrid Implant Denture

Hybrid Implant Denture

Hybrid dentures can only be removed by your general dentist for regular cleanings. They are otherwise fixed in place.

Length of Procedure

This will vary based on your treatment. You can expect to be in our office an additional thirty minutes to one hour which accounts for consultation and in-office recovery time.