Full Mouth Reconstruction
Your Top Rated General & Cosmetic Dentist in Newport Beach, CA.
A New Smile, A New You
Our Approach to Full Mouth Reconstruction
Locating the area of risk and customizing a plan to decrease or eliminate that risk allows for long term predictability. Different risk factors are in place in every individual and having the knowledge of the best science allows our Dr. Spath to tailor a treatment plan that can help restore function and esthetics for the long term.
Utilizing the best laboratories not only gives the most natural appearance but allows for the best fit and occlusion which are crucial to the long term success of any case. We only use the best labs available.
Unique Dental Cases
Many of the more complicated cases involve dental implants. Dr. Spath has a cone beam CT in the office that allows for the most predictable implant placement available. Dr. Spath places all of his own implants and restoring implants for over 10 years! He also instructs dental implant surgery to the residents at UCLA. He finds that this is much more predictable and easy for the patient to have all their care in one office by him.
If you are in need of a consultation about your need for full mouth reconstruction please call today to schedule a consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions About Full Mouth Reconstruction in Newport Beach
Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment approach that involves restoring or rebuilding all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. It is typically recommended when a patient has extensive dental issues, such as severe tooth decay, tooth loss, gum disease, bite problems, or significant damage to the teeth and supporting structures.
Full mouth reconstruction may be necessary for individuals with various dental conditions, including:
- Multiple missing teeth due to decay, trauma, or extraction.
- Severe tooth wear or erosion.
- Extensive tooth decay or cavities.
- Advanced gum disease (periodontitis).
- Malocclusion (misaligned bite).
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder.
- Cracked, fractured, or broken teeth.
The duration of full mouth reconstruction can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the specific treatments involved. It may take several months to over a year to complete the process. The treatment plan is customized for each individual, and it may involve multiple dental procedures, such as dental implants, dental crowns, bridges, orthodontics, gum treatments, and more.
The cost of full mouth reconstruction can vary depending on several factors, such as the number of procedures required, the complexity of the case, and the location of the dental practice. Full mouth reconstruction may involve several procedures, so the cost can add up quickly. It’s important to discuss the estimated cost with your dentist and explore financing options, such as dental insurance, payment plans, or financing programs, to make the treatment more affordable.
The coverage for full mouth reconstruction by dental insurance can vary widely depending on the specific insurance plan and the individual’s circumstances. Dental insurance typically provides coverage for procedures that are deemed medically necessary rather than purely cosmetic.