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Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist

Creating Smiles Family Dentistry PC

Cosmetic Dentistry & General Dentistry located in Bloomfield, NJ

Full mouth reconstruction can be a transformative experience for the 178 million Americans who are missing one or more teeth. At Creating Smiles Family Dentistry PC in Bloomfield, New Jersey, the premier dentistry specialists offer a comprehensive selection of procedures that can restore any smile to its very best. Book your smile reconstruction appointment by calling the office or clicking the online scheduler now.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A

What is full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a group of dental procedures that repair and restore teeth after decay, disease, or trauma. Whether you're missing a few teeth or you have severe mouth wide tooth damage, full mouth reconstruction can give you a complete, healthy smile.

Most people opting for full mouth reconstruction have multiple serious oral health issues, including missing teeth, tooth decay, and crooked teeth. A full mouth reconstruction focuses on improving both your appearance and your oral health.  

Is full mouth reconstruction the right choice for me?

In general, if you need multiple dental procedures to attain optimal oral health, you could be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. For some procedures, such as dental implants, you may need other preparatory treatments like tooth extraction or gum disease treatment beforehand. 

The experienced dentists can evaluate your needs during a consultation at Creating Smiles Family Dentistry PC. Then, they can explain which procedures are best for you.

What does full mouth reconstruction involve?

Full mouth reconstruction may include several procedures, such as:

Dental implants

Dental implants replace a missing tooth. An implant includes a titanium post secured in your jawbone and a custom porcelain replacement tooth.

Dental crowns

Dental crowns restore and protect a badly damaged, worn down, or weak tooth. They cover the entire natural tooth. 

Dental veneers

Dental veneers are porcelain shells that cover the front of the teeth. Although mainly used for cosmetic reasons, veneers may be part of a full mouth reconstruction in some cases. 

Dental bridges

Dental bridges fill in a gap in your smile with a porcelain tooth by using healthy teeth on either side as support.  


Dentures replace some or all of your teeth with removable artificial teeth. 

Root canal

A root canal procedure extracts decayed tissue within your tooth. Usually, a custom crown covers the tooth after a root canal.

At Creating Smiles Family Dentistry PC, the knowledgeable team explains all the different restorative procedures to help you decide the right plan for your full mouth reconstruction. 

How long does a full mouth reconstruction take?

Every person is different, but in general, full mouth reconstruction requires a series of appointments at Creating Smiles Family Dentistry PC. The top priority is your convenience and comfort, so your dental care providers work with your schedule to get you the treatment you need. 

Schedule your appointment by calling Creating Smiles Family Dentistry PC or clicking the online booking tool.