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Patient smiling after a full mouth reconstruction. Restore Function and Beauty with Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction refers to the process of restoring the health and function of the teeth, jaws, and gums using a set of restorative procedures including, but not limited to, dental implants, dental bridges, dentures, bone grafting, and sinus lifts. Our dentists will create a personalized plan for each patient, which allows for the completion of all phases of care in fewer visits. Our full mouth reconstruction plans at Fairfax Dental in Fairfax, VA, can include a variety of different combinations of procedures to meet each of our patients’ individual goals. With this comprehensive treatment plan, we can restore your oral health to give you a functional and attractive smile. 

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for You?

Full mouth reconstruction plans are best for patients suffering from multiple complications affecting the teeth, gums, or jaw. These complications may result from oral or facial trauma, or from oral health or dental issues. In either case, this comprehensive treatment can address:

  • Misaligned teeth or jaw
  • Missing teeth
  • Periodontal disease
  • Cracked, chipped, fractured, or otherwise damaged teeth
  • Decay

We can determine which specific procedures will meet your individual needs and goals during an in-depth consultation at our office.

Custom Combination of Procedures

These treatment plans are personalized to meet each patient’s individual needs. This means that the particular combination of procedures will vary from patient to patient. During your consultation, we can gain a better sense of the procedures you will need to fully restore your oral health and functionality. Your full mouth reconstruction plan may include any combination of the following procedures:

  • Dental crowns to repair and reinforce damaged or decayed teeth
  • Dental implants to replace one or more missing teeth
  • Dental bridges to replace small gaps of missing teeth
  • Dentures to restore functionality to a full arch of missing teeth
  • Bone grafts to rebuild jawbone tissue and improve eligibility for dental implants
  • Sinus lifts to add jawbone tissue to prevent the implants from penetrating the sinuses

At Fairfax Dental, we use the latest dental technologies and surgical techniques to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care. Our team of doctors can perform all aspects of a full mouth reconstruction in our office. This eliminates the need to coordinate with outside specialists, which can result in a lengthier treatment timeline. For more extensive procedures, we offer sedation so that you can remain calm and relaxed during treatment.

How Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Help

Unlike cosmetic dentistry procedures, a full mouth reconstruction focuses on providing you with restorations that are functional and durable. In addition, our dentists ensure that all restorations placed are visually pleasing.

By combining multiple procedures into one plan, you can save time and money. In many cases, we can combine more than one procedure into a single visit.

Once all phases of your full mouth reconstruction are complete, you will have a fully-functional, attractive smile - free of damage, decay, and disease. By combining multiple procedures into a comprehensive treatment plan, you can save time and money. In many cases, we can combine more than one procedure into a single visit. This can reduce the total number of office visits you need, which can also save you money.

Design Your Treatment Plan

If you have more than one dental issue, contact us today to find out how a full mouth reconstruction can help. At Fairfax Dental, we can outline the details of your customized treatment plan during a personal consultation. 

Fairfax Office

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10611 Judicial Dr
Fairfax, VA 22030

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"Let me tell you, as much as I hate dental work, Fairfax Family Dental Care has put my mind at ease with my fears. So, if you are like I was when it came to dental fears, do not worry. This is the place to go to finally take care of your dental problems." - Tim R.

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