Full Mouth Reconstruction
Combining cosmetic and dental procedures to transform your smile.
During your lifetime, there may be times when circumstances affect your teeth and gums. Missing teeth can have an affect on your confidence, or you may have other health concerns that come along with your missing teeth. Whatever the case may be, it’s important to know that there are solutions available. A full mouth reconstruction is an intensive cosmetic dental procedure designed to improve the look and health of your smile.
Achieve a healthy, beautiful smile!
A smile makeover can be the change you’ve been waiting for. Dr Ayad believes that a beautiful smile is a key to self-confidence, happiness, and improved communication. Full mouth reconstruction can renew your teeth and gums, improving their health and function while enhancing the appearance of your smile.
Dr Ayad uses a combination of restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures to offer a customised smile makeover. Book a consultation to discuss your smile concerns and offer professional recommendations for procedures that can help repair your smile.
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Most frequent questions and answers
Full mouth reconstruction is a great way to get your smile back. It is a procedure to rectify the relationship between bone, gums, teeth and muscles. It is performed either on some or all of the patient’s teeth, depending on the severity of the complications and the desired outcome of reconstruction.
If you have good bone support around the roots, and the teeth are mechanically sound and are likely to last a minimum of 10 years while retaining full functionality, we can provide a “transitional telescopic bridge.” This will provide excellent function and aesthetics before all the teeth need to be removed in favour of a full mouth reconstruction on several dental implants.
If there is any clinical doubt that your whole jaw of teeth can be successfully utilised in a full or partial bridge construction on the remaining roots then all the teeth will need to be sacrificed to enable construction of a full bridge on dental implants.
Full mouth reconstruction is a great option for patients who may have suffered with the following;
- gum disease, resulting in multiple abscesses, oral malodour (halitosis), and mobile teeth which leads to difficulty in eating
- unhappy with the appearance of your teeth
- loose and painful dentures
- teeth that are heavily filled and keep breaking
There are two types of full mouth reconstructions:
1. When all teeth have been removed, dental implants are placed and form the basis for reconstruction which may be either fixed bridges or implant supported overdentures.
2. If a few teeth are missing and implants are not a viable option, reconstruction can be done with bridges and crowns to achieve a natural looking cosmetic smile makeover
How much does full mouth reconstruction cost?
Every mouth and person is unique, so to give an accurate quote please arrange a consultation.
Bridge Retained by Implants – From £12,500 per arch (Basic)
Implant supported bar overdenture – From £5500