Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you have significant dental damage, you may have lost hope of ever achieving a healthy, aesthetically pleasing smile.
However, with today's advanced dental techniques and technologies, we're here to tell you we can address even the most complex cases.
At West Lake Dental in Loveland, CO, Dr. Andy Maples can address several dental issues at once through a full mouth reconstruction...
The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction is not a one-size-fits-all procedure. Rather, Dr. Maples assesses each patient's mouth and overall situation individually and custom-designs a unique plan that combines multiple restorative and cosmetic procedures. You can trust that the treatment plan designed for you serves your specific needs.
Quicker, More Effective Treatment
A full mouth reconstruction addresses multiple oral health concerns, such as missing teeth, decayed teeth, or periodontal disease, at the same time. While every patient's restorations and treatment timeline will be different, addressing multiple issues at once is always faster than addressing them one at a time and can also achieve more cohesive results.
Broken, decayed, or missing teeth, as well as diseased gums, are bad for both your oral and overall health. Decay in one tooth can spread to surrounding teeth, infections in the mouth can spread to other parts of the body, and bites that don't function properly make it difficult to maintain a healthy diet. Reconstructing the mouth can prevent the development of serious health concerns and revitalize your quality of life.
What Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is a personalized treatment plan intended for patients who have several oral health concerns affecting most or all of their teeth. Your plan may include procedures to replace missing teeth, remove cavities or other tooth decay, or restore the health of your gums. In some cases, full mouth reconstructions can also enhance the appearance of your smile. However, patients with mainly cosmetic issues may be better served with a smile makeover.
Full Mouth Reconstruction at West Lake Dental
No one is better equipped to provide patients from Loveland and the greater Fort Collins, CO, area with full mouth reconstruction than Dr. Andy Maples and his team at West Lake Dental. Dr. Maples is extremely well trained, having completed hundreds of hours of continuing education over the last few years, and he is always applying the most modern practices in the fields of restorative and cosmetic dentistry. This background means he can meet virtually all of your needs–all under one roof.
Dr. Maples takes pride in his work and genuinely cares for every one of his patients. If you think a full mouth reconstruction might be right for you, we invite you to schedule an appointment and come in for a consultation. Dr. Maples will examine your teeth and gums, listen to your goals, and honestly describe what he thinks is the best treatment plan for your oral health. You can contact us by filling out our online contact form or calling us at:
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What Treatments Are Involved?
Full mouth reconstructions involve multiple procedures and different types of dentistry. Your unique needs will shape your specific treatment plan. Dr. Maples might recommend:
Other treatments that could potentially be included in a reconstructive plan include:
- All-on-4 dental implants
- Root canal therapy
- Inlays and onlays
- Soft or hard tissue grafting
- TMJ disorder treatment
- Treatment for clenching or grinding teeth
- Tooth extractions
- Teeth whitening
- Dental bonding
- Gum contouring
With so many forms of dentistry at his disposal, Dr. Maples can design a treatment plan to meet the needs of any type of patient–no matter how complex their needs are.
The West Lake Difference
At West Lake Dental in Loveland, CO, we pride ourselves on using the most advanced techniques and technologies during our full mouth reconstructions. Our patients deserve the most modern care available, and Dr. Maples is always updating his methods and continuing his education so that every procedure he includes in a treatment plan is state-of-the-art.
Because dentistry makes many patients nervous, we provide sedation options, including nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation. Sedation dentistry can be employed during any treatment, with the level of sedation determined by the patient's anxiety level, medical history, and the complexity of the procedure. If you've been avoiding the dentist because of fear or anxiety, we can put you at ease.
Our dental technologies ensure that our full mouth reconstructions are conducted with precision and in a timely manner. When you come in for an initial consultation, Dr. Maples can help you visualize the results of your reconstruction by displaying a model of your mouth with articulators (a device used to precisely customize restorations), or by fitting you with a pre-operative wax-up. A wax-up is a model of your smile that can be temporarily attached to your teeth, so you can look in a mirror and actually see the effects.
Other technologies include cone beam scanners, digital x-rays, and equipment that allows us to fabricate dental crowns in only one visit.
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What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
Because a full mouth reconstruction is a custom-designed plan, the cost of treatment varies from patient to patient. Most procedures are restorative, meaning they should be partially or fully covered by insurance.
Financing Is Available
At West Lake Dental, we work with patients to make treatment as affordable as possible. Our team includes an insurance specialist who will help you access all the benefits of your dental insurance plan, and we offer payment plans through LendingClub®.