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Full Mouth Restorations -- Moses Lake, WA

Enjoy a Beautiful and Functional Smile

Your teeth are essential for more than just a beautiful smile. They also allow you to perform necessary oral functions, like chewing and speaking. Although your teeth can serve you for a lifetime, they can be damaged or compromised over the years. In some cases, you might even lose a tooth or two. In addition to lowering your self-esteem, your less than perfect smile can affect your quality of life and your oral health. Thankfully, you don’t need to live with the results. Whether from genetics, trauma, or poor oral hygiene, we can rehabilitate your smile with full mouth restorations in Moses Lake.

Man in dental chair for full mouth restorations in Moses Lake.

What are Full Mouth Restorations?

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Also called full mouth reconstruction, a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures are used to restore, replace, or enhance imperfect teeth. Customized treatments are used to improve the relationship between the upper and lower teeth to promote proper oral functions. Using the latest advancements in dentistry, your dentist in Moses Lake is also able to revamp the aesthetics of your smile simultaneously. Overall, you’ll enjoy a healthy, functional, and beautiful smile to invest in your quality of life using 1 or more procedures, such as:

Who is a Candidate for Full Mouth Restorations?

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If you have multiple issues affecting your oral health or your daily life, you might be a candidate for full mouth restorations. The treatment is often recommended for patients with:

You’ll need an initial consultation to evaluate your oral health needs and your concerns to transform your teeth and self-esteem. We’ll create a customized treatment plan and explain the process to feel confident in the decisions you’re making for your smile.

What is the Process for Full Mouth Restorations?

Man with an attractive smile after full mouth reconstruction.

First, you’ll need an initial consultation to ensure full mouth reconstruction is right for you. Next, you’ll begin your personalized treatment plan, which is unique to meet your specific needs. We’ll explain each step in your phased plan and how long each procedure will take to complete. Depending on your individual needs, your transformation process may only take 1-2 appointments, or it might take several months based on the complexity of your needs and your goals.

How Can I Get Started?

If you’re ready to invest in your smile and your quality of life, your first step is to see if you’re a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. We’ll explain your treatment plan and your payment options during your initial consultation. Our office offers several options to keep your new smile affordable, like using your dental insurance or third-party financing.

Take your first step toward a better smile. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation for full mouth restorations.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

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Are you interested in attaining a healthy, more confident smile? A full-mouth reconstruction in Moses Lake can be a great way to do just that, especially if you have several teeth that are severely damaged or missing altogether. However, you should be well-informed of what the process will entail before moving forward. To make your research easier, we’ve taken the time to answer some frequently asked questions about full-mouth reconstruction below.

How Long Will My Full-Mouth Reconstruction Results Last?

Since each full-mouth reconstruction is different, the longevity of your results will also vary compared to that of most other patients. However, one thing remains true for all patients: your results will last longer the better you care for your smile.

In addition to following the traditional best practices for dental care (six-month checkups, twice-a-day brushing, daily flossing, etc.), you can extend the lifespan of your full-mouth reconstruction results by:

  • Staying away from foods that could chip or fracture your teeth, such as peanut brittle.
  • Consuming darkly pigmented foods and beverages in moderation, as they could stain your teeth.
  • Quit harmful oral habits, such as smoking, chewing on ice, and opening bottles with your teeth.

Can I Get a Full Mouth Reconstruction If I Smoke?

Your cosmetic dentist in Moses Lake determines eligibility for a full-mouth reconstruction on a case-by-case basis, so there’s no universal answer to this question. Although smoking doesn’t necessarily disqualify you from the treatment, Dr. Harder will ask you to avoid all tobacco products for several weeks before and after any of your procedures. He does this because tobacco has been shown to inhibit healing in the mouth, which can lead to a higher risk of complications, such as dental implant failure.

If you’ve previously struggled with quitting tobacco, we encourage you to reach out to your primary care physician before getting a full-mouth reconstruction. They can help you kick the habit.

Does Getting a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

One of our top priorities at Moses Lake Family Dentistry is to provide our patients with a stress-free, comfortable experience every step of the way. We take several measures to minimize any discomfort associated with your treatment. For example, local anesthetic can numb your mouth before certain procedures like fillings. We also offer nitrous oxide sedation, which suppresses your brain’s pain receptors in addition to alleviating anxiety.

Some residual discomfort is to be expected following your full-mouth reconstruction, though. The degree of soreness may vary depending on the specific procedures, but our team will provide you with all of the aftercare guidelines you need to make a fast, smooth recovery.

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

Dental techniques and technologies have come a long way, making today’s full-mouth reconstructions impressively lifelike in the way they look, feel, and function. Of course, the degree to which your treatment will be noticeable depends on the changes you want to make. For instance, it’s possible to get a couple of dental crowns and whitening treatments to upgrade your smile without making a huge transformation. On the other hand, placing several veneers can potentially create some dramatic results. Feel free to let Dr. Harder know how subtle or dramatic you want your results to be.