Full Mouth Reconstruction Scottsdale, AZ

Whether you have lost teeth due to decay, trauma, acid erosion, or are suffering from a bite occlusion, Dr. Sheth can restore all of your teeth in both the upper and lower jaws
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Restorative dentistry can take many shapes and forms. We may recommend what is referred to as a full mouth reconstruction for patients who need total tooth replacement and other complementary services. As the name would indicate, this process refers to the complete rebuilding and replacement of all of your teeth. Full mouth reconstruction combines the functional requirements of restorative dentistry procedures with cosmetic dentistry principles and the desire to give a patient the most beautiful, natural-looking smile possible.

Am I a Candidate for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

The best way to determine if you are a full mouth reconstruction candidate is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Sheth at our Scottsdale, AZ dental office today. Many people experience dental problems over time that grow to the extent of requiring a full mouth reconstruction. This occurs when an unaddressed dental issue affects the surrounding teeth, jaw, gums, or other surfaces in your mouth or from injury or trauma.

A full mouth reconstruction treatment plan is typically required to maintain the total health of your mouth. However, it can also yield incredible cosmetic results for patients with extensive oral health concerns. Most patients that are candidates for a full mouth reconstruction have multiple missing teeth, large fillings, unaddressed tooth decay, broken or chipped teeth, or badly worn down teeth due to grinding.

However, Dr. Sheth may also recommend full mouth reconstruction services to patients that have suffered significant injury or from genetic conditions that have affected their mouth and teeth placement – not because of poor oral hygiene. Contact our Scottsdale, AZ dental office today to learn if you are a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction or one of our less extensive restorative dentistry procedures.

Treatment Options for a Full Reconstruction

In general, any dental treatment that repairs or replaces all of the teeth in your mouth is called full mouth reconstruction. These procedures may include a combination of bridges or dentures, crowns, inlays and onlays, dental implants, and veneers. Various procedures can help alleviate dental pain, restore damaged teeth, address disease, improve your appearance, and create an overall more healthy mouth.

Dr. Sheth may also recommend some patients to undergo more extensive treatment to repair gum diseases such as bone grafting and extractions. Additionally, a combination of these treatments may also require some orthodontic work in advance of treatment. There is no one-size-fits-all process for undergoing a full mouth reconstruction. Only your dentist can determine the best treatment plan for you. Treatment plans are developed after a complete dental examination, a discussion of your lifestyle and goals, x-rays, and consultation with your insurance provider if applicable.

Learn More About Full Mouth Reconstruction for Your New Smile

There is no need to wait for your new smile. If you have several missing teeth or significant tooth decay that affects your overall oral health and you think you may be a candidate for a full oral reconstruction – contact our Scottsdale dental office to schedule your appointment today.

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Meet Dr. Rajan K Sheth, DDS
Dr. Rajan Sheth is a leader in the field of restorative and implant dentistry. He has rehabilitated thousands of patients and maintains a simple vision of "Fear Free Dentistry" and "No one should have to suffer wearing a denture or the embarrassment of missing teeth."

He focuses his scope of practice on comprehensive restorative dentistry with a strong focus on IV sedation, extractions, dental implants, dentures, bone reconstruction, and immediate teeth in a day dental services. Dr. Sheth has been routinely removing wisdom teeth from simple cases, to complex extractions.

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