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Full Mouth Reconstruction in Leesburg, VA

Harmony Dental Center of Leesburg provides extensive full mouth reconstruction services in Leesburg, VA. For more information on our procedures or to schedule a consultation, please call our office at 703-779-7779.

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction refers to procedures that cosmetically and functionally improve most, if not all, of a patient's teeth. Patients with extensive tooth decay, severe tooth wear, or advanced gum disease may be candidates for full mouth reconstruction. These treatments are also appropriate for people with dental trauma and chronic, systemic, or inherited conditions.

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Procedures Offered

Smile Makeovers. A smile makeover combines several restorative and cosmetic procedures to create an all-new smile. For example, teeth whitening, clear aligners, veneers, crowns, bridges, and implants combine to produce an aesthetically pleasing and functional smile. Learn More about Smile Makeovers

Implant-Supported Dentures. Implant-supported dentures combine the best aspects of dentures with the security of implants. Implant-supported dentures do not slip, click, or trap food and plaque. Learn More about Implant-Supported Dentures

All-on-X. This system allows for installing implant-supported dentures with as few as 4 implants per arch. It is not necessary to replace every single tooth with its own implant. Learn More about All-on-X

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Corrects Dental Issues Affecting Your Complete Dentition If you are considering a full mouth reconstruction procedure, chances are that your dental problems have become overwhelming. Full mouth reconstruction is an excellent way to relieve difficulty chewing, headaches, joint disease, bite problems, and the embarrassment of not being able to show your smile.

Enhances Youthful Appearance Teeth visibly age over time. Many older people lose teeth, and their remaining teeth turn yellow. You can repair cosmetic and structural flaws in your smile using full mouth reconstruction techniques and turn back the clock on your appearance.

As teeth wear down with age, your bite collapses, causing a sunken look to your face. Restoring your teeth and your bite will add back the fullness to your face, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and help reduce discomfort that you may experience in your jaw joints.

Enhances Dental Strength After full mouth reconstruction, your teeth, jawbone, and gums will be stronger, and you will have a lower risk of future tooth loss.

Why Choose Harmony Dental Center of Leesburg?

Dr. Cowell skillfully performs full mouth reconstruction procedures with her talented office staff. She can address your dental problems and help you feel better about how your teeth look and function.

Dr. Cowell has spent hundreds of hours training with the key opinion leaders in the dental industry. She has performed dozens of cosmetic and full mouth restorative cases with extreme care and precision. Most importantly, we take a completely individualized approach to each case to ensure that you will be more than satisfied with the outcome. In fact, it will be life-changing!

Are You a Good Candidate?

Full mouth reconstruction could be your best option if you have several aesthetic or structural problems with your teeth. Anyone who feels uncomfortable with their smile because they have multiple missing, broken, chipped, decayed, or stained teeth would benefit from full mouth reconstruction. If you have aging, failing, or mismatched restorative work, you would also be an excellent candidate.

Frequently Asked Questions About Full Mouth Reconstruction

Can full mouth reconstruction improve my oral health?
Yes, full-mouth reconstruction can produce a significant improvement in your oral health. It helps to contain periodontal disease and tooth decay, corrects your dental bite, straightens crooked teeth, and replaces missing ones. All of these changes, when taken together, can vastly improve your oral health.
How many teeth should I be missing before I consider full mouth reconstruction?
Even if you are not missing any teeth, you may want to consider these procedures. The overall loss of tooth structure to excessive wear, decay, or aging restorative work may indicate the need for full mouth reconstruction when it impacts all or most teeth in your mouth.
Am I a candidate for a full mouth rehabilitation if I have gum disease?
Yes, but be aware that before receiving reconstructive dental work, you must have stable periodontal health. Any existing gum disease needs to be addressed before the doctor can move forward with a major restoration. Scaling and root planing control plaque and tartar on the teeth. Gum disease happens when plaque, tartar, and food particles build up at the gum line. As the plaque bacteria excrete toxins, the gum begins to recede or pull away from the teeth. The resulting periodontal pockets harbor even more plaque and food, causing the eventual breakdown of your bone tissue and tooth loss. Scaling and root planing can help break the cycle when performed regularly.
Are implants or dentures better?
Both appliances have their place in a full mouth restoration. Some patients prefer the convenience and lower cost of dentures over implants.
How can full mouth reconstruction improve my quality of life?
People with damaged or missing teeth often have to chew carefully to avoid tender areas. They can't eat certain foods to avoid damaging their dental work. With a full mouth reconstruction, you can eat, talk, and smile just as you did with a mouthful of natural teeth.

Call Harmony Dental Center of Leesburg

Full mouth reconstruction sounds intimidating initially, but if you look closely at what goes into the process, you may decide it's the right choice for you. Please call our Leesburg, VA, office at 703-779-7779 to schedule a consultation.

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