Request Request Appointment Like Us Like us on Facebook Reviews Read Our Reviews Call Give us a Call Map View our Map
Click Here to Learn More About Our Advanced Safety Protocols
204 N West St Suite 104,
Doylestown, PA 18901

Full Mouth Reconstruction – Doylestown, PA

Restore The Function & Beauty Of Your Smile

Suffering from extensive tooth loss due to dental trauma, disease, and decay can take a massive toll on your confidence and oral health. In many cases, the extent of the damage is so severe that a simple filling or crown won’t be able to fix it. That’s why Dr. Kandov offers full mouth reconstruction to help solve complex cases involving tooth loss and damage. With a complete smile reconstruction, our team is able to improve the function, appearance, and lifespan of your grin to improve your quality of life.

Why Choose Brite Smiles 4U For Full Mouth Reconstruction? 

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

advanced technology used to craft restorations for a full mouth reconstruction

The full mouth reconstruction process utilizes several restorative and cosmetic treatments, such as metal-free restorations and dental implants, to rebuild the entirety of both arches of teeth. That way, your smile functions properly and feels natural and full. During your consultation, Dr. Kandov will ask you questions to learn more about your desires and what you’d like to achieve with the procedure. Based on what you discuss, she’ll develop a treatment plan to help rebuild your grin using the latest advanced technology and high-quality materials.

The Reconstruction Process

smiling business owner taking inventory

Dr. Kandov will begin by taking detailed images of your mouth and facial structure to better understand the cosmetic and oral issues that you face. After discussing any goals that you’d like to be met throughout the reconstruction process, she’ll custom-tailor a variety of services to fit your needs. Some of the treatments that are regularly used to help rebuild your smile include:

After determining what treatments will best fit your needs, she’ll walk you through the reconstruction plan so you know exactly what to expect from the process.

The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

person smiling and working on a laptop

If you’re unhappy with your smile, it’s time to do something about it. Instead of living with discoloration and damage that wears down on your self-confidence, you can commit to repairing the entirety of your grin. With a smile makeover, you’ll be able to enjoy a variety of benefits, including:

The best way to learn more about full mouth reconstructions is to schedule a free consultation with Dr. Kandov today!

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

Woman smiling

It is normal to have questions when it pertains to full mouth reconstruction. The process, timeframe, expectations, and post-operative care are all vital components to understanding and preparing for a new smile. This is why Dr. Kandov and our team are committed to transparent communication with our patients. Below, you will find a list of frequently asked questions for you to review.

How long does a full mouth reconstruction procedure take?

There is no set timeline, as your treatment plan is fully customized based on your needs. From start to finish, it can take as little as one day or as long as one year. Many factors must be considered, including the severity of your oral health problems, how many teeth must be treated, and what your desired smile goals include. Also, based on the recommended services, you may or may not undergo consecutive treatments (i.e., root canal followed by a dental crown).

Does getting a full mouth reconstruction hurt?

It is always the goal of Dr. Kandov and our team to ensure that every patient remains comfortable and stress-free. This is why you can expect more complex dental care to include local anesthesia to numb the area before surgery. Also, sedation dentistry is an option should you feel anxious about your upcoming treatment.

While it is natural to feel some soreness and discomfort following any dental procedure, you can rest assured we will give you tips to follow at home to help manage your pain (i.e., avoiding hot or cold beverages, consuming soft foods, and getting plenty of rest).

I’ve had a full mouth reconstruction – Is there anything I can’t eat?

You’ll likely need to eat softer foods immediately following your full mouth reconstruction. Eggs, yogurt, oatmeal, mashed potatoes, and warm soups will help your mouth to heal quickly because there is no additional pressure being placed on your jaw joints, teeth, and gums.

Once your mouth is fully healed, you’ll notice a dramatic difference in how you’re able to eat all your favorite foods. Even with customized restorations (i.e., dental crowns, bridges, veneers, etc.), you will have a fully functional smile and a stronger bite. It is important, however, that you limit your consumption of sugars and starches to prevent cavities and reduce your risk of gum disease.

How do I care for my smile after full mouth reconstruction?

No matter the type of treatment you received, you should be sure that you maintain optimal oral hygiene following your full mouth reconstruction. This includes brushing twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste, flossing daily, and using ADA-approved mouthwash regularly. You’ll also need to keep your regular six-month dental checkups and cleanings. This will allow Dr. Kandov to review your restorations, check for any signs of decay, infection, or damage, and keep your smile moving on the right track.

You’ll find it helpful to give up bad lifestyle habits, such as using your teeth to open packages, eating ice, biting your fingernails, smoking, and even chewing on inanimate objects.

ready to get started? request an appointment