Full Mouth Reconstruction: Treatment Options and Affordable Cost Considerations Explained

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Full mouth reconstruction is exactly what it sounds like: the rebuilding or replacing of all the teeth in a patient’s mouth, usually through dental implant surgery. The process takes the latest advancements in cosmetic dentistry to restore function, health and beauty to your teeth.

Full mouth reconstruction is something Dr. Puckett specializes in. We are one of the best dental implant dentists in Ohio. We also take a strategic comprehensive approach that makes our dental implants one of the more affordable treatment options you can get when it comes to full mouth reconstruction.

Here’s everything you need to know about full mouth reconstruction: what it is, what to expect, and how Dr. Puckett can save you hundreds of dollars on an affordable yet effective treatment plan.

Who Needs Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Many people have numerous dental issues throughout their mouth that make them candidates for this comprehensive approach to dental implant surgery. They may be missing multiple teeth, have numerous teeth that exhibit extensive decay, cracked or broken teeth, or teeth that are failing. This may be the result of an accident, addiction, or long term neglect of their dental health.

Other patients suffer from genetic disorders such as Ectodermal Dysplasia, Ameliogenesis, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta that require extensive cosmetic dentistry to attain a natural and healthy smile.

The actor Gaten Matarazzo who plays Dustin Henderson in the hit series Stranger Things suffers from cleidocranial dysplasia, a genetic disorder that affects the growth of all bones, especially his teeth and collarbones. CCD is very rare — affecting only one in every million people. His condition was not cured by dental implants, as his teeth will eventually come in as he gets older — they are only delayed. In the meantime, he underwent cosmetic dentistry to have fake teeth put in until his real ones develop.

Cosmetic Dentistry Treatment Options for Full Mouth Reconstruction

There are numerous treatment options that include The treatments can include onlays, crowns, bridges, veneers, dental implants, and/or dentures. All of these approaches provide the patient a complete smile makeover so they look good as new.

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If you are considering full mouth reconstruction or need to restore one or more teeth, dental implants may be for you. Dental implants are generally regarded as the best treatment option as they give you full functionality, just as if you had naturally healed teeth again. These teeth are surgically implanted into your jaw bone. You don’t have to remove them for cleaning every night as you do with dentures. They work just as naturally as your real teeth but are perfectly restored.

A More Affordable, More Comfortable Approach

We take a strategic approach to our cosmetic dentistry treatments that save our patients hundreds of dollars.

First, we charge only for the amount of anesthesia time needed. Most oral surgeons charge for the full 60 minutes, even though considerably less time is usually required.,

Second, we base our fees on a fair and reasonable understanding of our costs and value of the service provided — not the recommended amounts listed in the “Fee Schedule” book which most oral surgery and dental offices use.

Third, if your dental implants are covered by dental insurance, we do not allow that policy to dictate your needs. Most insurance companies will not cover commonly used extraction codes, and they also will “review” anesthesia coverage.

This results in more expensive care that does not keep your comfort in mind. We instead do everything we can to make your experience comfortable and more affordable. That is why we are able to offer more affordable dental implants than you can find from other care providers.