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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Oklahoma City, OK

When Your Entire Smile Needs Repair

Some dental issues are more complex than others. Are you in a situation where numerous factors have left you with a mouth full of damaged or missing teeth? If so, there’s no need to worry – Dr. Hermen and the rest of our team can still help! No matter what’s needed to restore your grin, we can create a full mouth reconstruction plan that fully addresses your needs and helps you achieve your smile goals. Ready to take the first step? Call us to set up a consultation.

Why Choose Jeffrey F. Hermen, DDS for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

  • Long-Lasting, High-Quality Restorations
  • Dentist with Decades of Experience
  • Digital Smile Design Technology

Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

You may need a full mouth reconstruction if you have multiple cavities, one or more gaps in your smile, and/or many broken or otherwise damaged teeth. Even if you have been dealing with these issues for years, that doesn’t necessarily mean your smile is beyond saving! Thanks to the full mouth reconstruction process, we can help your grin function normally again and improve your overall oral health.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

Giving a step-by-step rundown of the full mouth reconstruction process can be tricky since every patient’s treatment plan is different. However, one step that is always the same is that you’ll need to schedule an initial consultation at our office. Learning more about your situation will enable us to design a plan that’s perfectly suited for your oral health needs.

A full mouth reconstruction may involve dental crowns, fillings, and various other treatments. We will always be transparent regarding the services we recommend; we want you to know exactly why certain steps need to be taken. 

Understanding the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction

Since a full mouth reconstruction includes multiple treatments, there are many factors that must be considered in order to determine what the overall cost will look like. An estimate will be provided at your initial consultation. Rest assured that our team is ready to help you find ways to make your full mouth reconstruction more affordable; not only do we take a number of dental insurance plans, but we also accept CareCredit financing for patients who would rather pay for their care in a series of monthly installments rather than all at once.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

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Having a full mouth reconstruction performed is a major step for your smile, and it can potentially involve many different kinds of treatments. Needless to say, you are likely to have a few questions about the process. You can check to see if the FAQs below hold the answers that you need; if not, you can always get in touch with Dr. Hermen and the rest of our team to see what they have to say.

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Does Getting a Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

No matter what treatments make up your full mouth reconstruction plan, your comfort will always be a priority to us. If you’re particularly nervous, we can use nitrous oxide sedation to help you stay calm while also providing some relief from discomfort. For particularly complex procedures, we may need to numb your mouth beforehand.

Aftercare instructions will be provided to help you manage any soreness that you might experience after your full mouth reconstruction. As an example, you may be told to stick to a diet of soft or liquid foods for a while.

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

We’ll take whatever steps we can to make the results of your full mouth reconstruction process look as natural as possible so that you can show off your smile without hesitation. That being said, how noticeable the results are depends on the changes being made. Sometimes you might be making a few subtle improvements to specific teeth, and in other cases, you may be transforming your entire grin. If you have a preference on how noticeable you want your full mouth reconstruction to be, make sure to let us know.

How Do I Care for My Smile After a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Regardless of what changes were made, you should focus on maintaining good oral hygiene habits after a full mouth reconstruction. Brushing twice a day and flossing regularly will go a long way toward helping your new grin last as long as possible. At the same time, you need to drop any habits that could be bad for your newly improved teeth, such as biting your fingernails or the end of your pen.

Don’t forget to visit our office once every six months for a checkup. We can make sure that your smile is in good shape, and we can let you know immediately if any new problems have developed since your last appointment.

Can I Get a Full Mouth Reconstruction if I Smoke?

If you use any kind of tobacco product, we’ll need to take that fact into account when determining your candidacy for a full mouth reconstruction. In many cases, you will still be eligible for treatment; however, to ensure that your mouth has the chance to heal properly, you will likely be instructed to give up smoking for a while following your procedure. Your primary physician may be able to help you come up with a strategy for breaking your smoking habit.