Full Mouth Reconstruction – Annandale, VA

It’s Not Too Late to Restore Your Smile

If you are struggling with complex or severe oral health problems, take comfort in knowing that it is not too late to restore your smile! At Nova Smile Dental, our team offers comprehensive full mouth reconstruction.  This rehabilitation process helps patients with lost, injured, worn, fractured, or “failed” teeth. Dr. Salari works with individual patients to understand their specific needs. She knows that every patient’s case is unique and may require a custom combination of procedures. Get in touch with us today to book your consultation.

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Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

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Full mouth reconstruction might be suitable for you if:

  • You have multiple, severe, or complex dental health issues. This can include things like gum disease, missing teeth, broken or worn-down teeth, and nonfunctional dental restorations. Even if you have endured such issues for years, it is not too late to turn things around!
  • You want efficient treatment. Full mouth reconstruction is designed to restore your oral health as efficiently as possible.
  • You are eager to improve your quality of life. Many patients find that their physical, emotional, and mental well-being all improve after they complete the full mouth reconstruction process.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

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Patients undergo full mouth reconstruction over multiple dental office visits, which may span the course of several weeks or months. During your consultation, Dr. Salari will determine which procedure or combination of procedures is necessary to restore and rebuild your smile. She will also refer you to other dental specialists if needed. Feel free to ask questions about your treatment plan — we want you to be well-informed before you commit to anything!

Some of the procedures that are often included in full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Gum disease treatment to rid the mouth of dangerous infections.
  • Dental implants or other forms of tooth replacement to fill in gaps in the dental arches.
  • Natural-looking crowns, bridges, and fillings to fortify the natural teeth.
  • Orthodontia to correct bite misalignment and crooked teeth.
  • Cosmetic treatments to renew stained, chipped, and otherwise unsightly teeth.

Understanding the Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction

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The cost of full mouth reconstruction varies from case to case. It depends on which procedures you undergo, as well as the extent of those procedures. Our team will be sure to provide you with a personalized estimate when you visit us for your consultation. We are in-network with several dental insurance plans, and we will be happy to help you figure out how your benefits might apply. We can also help you understand other payment options.

Full mouth reconstruction might seem a bit pricey, but the benefits you can expect to receive from it are truly priceless!

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

How Long Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure Take?

Your full mouth reconstruction can consist of any number of treatments, meaning that how long it’ll take will vary from person to person. The overall length of treatment will depend on a few factors, like how many teeth are being treated and the severity of the damage to your smile.

It’s also worth noting that there are some treatments that can be completed at the same appointment, while others aren’t compatible in this way. For that reason, the style of treatment you’re getting can also impact how long the reconstruction takes.

Does Getting a Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

No matter what kind of treatment it is that you’re receiving from us, we can assure you that your comfort is paramount. We do everything we can to ensure that every procedure you receive from us is completely painless, including the use of local anesthetics and sedatives when necessary.

Depending on the treatments you’re receiving, you may be a little sore after you leave our office. We’ll provide you with aftercare instructions in order to help you stay comfortable and speed up the healing process.

Can I Get a Full Mouth Reconstruction if I Smoke?

Smoking doesn’t necessarily disqualify you from a full mouth reconstruction, but it can make the various treatments you receive a lot more complicated. Nicotine and tobacco use of any kind can substantially delay healing and increase the risk of many different treatments failing. For that reason, it’s usually a good idea to try and avoid tobacco products for a few weeks before and after your procedure.

Will People Be Able to Tell That I Had a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Modern cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry are incredibly sophisticated, and we work very hard to ensure that the treatments we provide match you as well as they possibly can. All this being the case, you can expect your teeth to be absolutely beautiful and realistic once your full mouth reconstruction is complete.

We also know that some patients are intimidated by dramatic changes in their smile, so if you’d like your results to be a bit more subtle, we’ll be happy to accommodate that as well.

Request a Dental Consultation Today

Call Dr. Salari at 703.763.0800 or schedule a dental appointment on our website today. Please let Dr. Salari and her team know if you have any more questions. They will be happy to assist you.

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