If you’re ready to completely restore the function of your smile from the ground up, a full-mouth reconstruction can make it happen. This is a variety of precise, customized procedures performed over time by Dr. Sean Wilson — all done with the goal of helping you chew and smile comfortably.
Do I really need a full-mouth reconstruction?
Many people face various dental problems throughout their lifetime, often due to neglecting regular dental care, gum disease, tooth extraction, broken teeth, significant wear and tear, or injuries from accidents. If you find yourself in one of these situations, your treatment approach needs to be different, considering the full scope of your dentition and your ultimate goals. The process involves treating each tooth in stages and in a specific order while ensuring that your smile looks and functions well throughout the process. The procedures that Dr. Wilson recommends is completely individual to you and your needs, it could range from dental implants, to veneers, crowns, and more.
Did you know…
The best candidates for full-mouth reconstruction are patients with multiple dental problems.
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With dozens of awards and accolades under his belt, Dr. Wilson is equipped to provide unparalleled results for a smile that not only looks beautiful but lasts.
While other practices may put bandaids on issues with speedy treatments and less expensive materials, we’re committed to providing you with top-of-the-line treatments so your smile can thrive for years to come.
The Benefits of A Full-Mouth Reconstruction
You’ll be able to smile, laugh, and eat your favorite foods again — all with comfort and ease.
A brand new smile not only elevates your look, but it also comes with a boost of confidence!
Improves Overall Oral Health
Oral health and whole-body health are closely intertwined. By replacing teeth and removing decay, your entire health and wellness will naturally improve.
The Full-Mouth Reconstruction Process
First, a Santa Rosa dentist will get to know you and your unique dental needs to get a full-scope understanding of your true oral health.
Diagnostic Records & Planning
Next, he’ll take digital impressions and x-rays to examine your bite, tooth structure, and any decay or prior dental work. With all this information in mind, Dr. Wilson will create the treatment plan for your full-mouth rehabilitation.
Consultation with Specialists
We’ll also connect with a variety of specialists to ensure you get the very best care for your specific needs. Depending on your case, Dr. WIlson may collaborate with an oral surgeon, orthodontist, and endodontist.
Restorative Dental Treatment
After a treatment plan has been outlined and communicated amongst the specialists, your restorative treatment will begin. Some of these treatments could include root canal therapy, replacement of old fillings, periodontal care, or tooth extractions in cases of extreme decay. Veneers, implants, crowns, and any other restorations you may require will be custom-made to match the color and shape of the rest of your smile.
Before & Afters
A smile is worth 1,000 words.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much will my full-mouth reconstruction cost?
Since full-mouth rehabilitation is a completely custom treatment process, there is no one-set cost. Dr. Wilson will provide an accurate cost estimation during your consultation, which is based on the extent of work involved for your unique case. Keep in mind that our team will gladly walk you through our financing options and answer any questions you may have.
Is a full-mouth reconstruction painful?
Thanks to our sedation and anesthesia options, most patients do not feel any discomfort during their full-mouth reconstruction. Experiencing some pain, tenderness, and soreness is common after procedures are complete, however. Rest assured that Dr. Wilson will walk you through the recovery process to ensure you heal quickly with minimal pain.
How long does a full-mouth reconstruction take?
The timeline depends on a variety of factors, including the state of your current oral health, what treatments you may need prior to getting a restoration, how many restorations you will require, and more. From start to finish, a full-mouth rehabilitation takes anywhere from several months to 2 years to complete. At your consultation, Dr. WIlson will be able to provide a specific timeline based on your unique needs.