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What kinds of treatments can you combine for full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction (read more about full mouth reconstruction here) is a comprehensive dental treatment that involves restoring or rebuilding teeth, gums, or bone tissue. The procedure can be quite complex, as patients can combine various treatments for their desired results. The exact combination of treatments depends on the individual’s specific needs and goals.

Are you unhappy with the appearance or function of your smile? Full mouth reconstruction with Dr. Gary Horblitt can help you repair dental damage, replace missing teeth, and restore your confidence. Schedule a consultation with our dentist in Fairfield, CT, at (203) 335-1011.

Typically, full mouth reconstruction begins with a comprehensive evaluation by a dentist or dental specialist. The evaluation serves to assess the condition of the teeth, gums, jaws, and mouth. Following evaluation, you and the dentist can choose treatments that enhance or improve your oral conditions. Here are examples of treatments that you can combine for dramatic results.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that a dental professional surgically implants into the jawbone to support replacement teeth.

They are a popular option for full mouth reconstruction because they provide a sturdy and long-lasting foundation for crowns, bridges, and dentures. In fact, experts estimate that teeth implants only have a 3% failure rate, which makes them uniquely effective.

Gum Disease Treatment

Gum disease is a common problem that can lead to tooth loss and other oral health issues. It is caused by built-up plaque around the gum line, which destroys gum tissue over time.

Treatment requires the removal of plaque and bacteria from the teeth and gums, which may involve:

  • Scaling and root planing
  • Antibiotics
  • Gum surgery

Bone Grafting

Prolonged and untreated tooth loss can degrade the underlying bone tissue in our jaws. This is problematic, as bone loss in the jaws can lead to even more tooth loss and make dental restoration more difficult.

Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that involves adding bone tissue to the jawbone to improve its density and strength. This procedure may be necessary before pursuing full mouth reconstruction if there is insufficient bone to support dental implants or other restorations.


Misaligned teeth and jaws can alter our bite patterns, which can result in painful temporomandibular joint issues and dental damage.

Orthodontic treatments can correct misaligned teeth with the help of:

  • Traditional metal braces
  • Clear aligners, like Invisalign®
  • Other dental appliances, like palatal expanders and retainers

Dentures, Dental Bridges, and Crowns

Dentures come in both full and partial forms. As a result, they are ideal for replacing some of all missing teeth.

Dental bridges are prosthetics that you can use to replace one or more absent teeth in a row. Bridges attach to surrounding natural teeth or dental implants for added support and security.

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped prosthetic. As such, it is a great way to repair dental damage (from injury or cavities), as well as to complete a dental implant.

Cosmetic Dentistry

After restoring your oral health, then it’s time to focus on enhancing your smile’s appearance. Patients can complete their full mouth reconstruction with cosmetic treatments, such as:

  • Teeth whitening
  • Veneers
  • Gum contouring
  • Dental bonding

Full Mouth Reconstruction in Fairfield, CT

You deserve to smile with complete ease and confidence. Let Dr. Gary Horblitt restore your smile’s brilliance with full mouth reconstruction in Fairfield, CT. Schedule your in-depth consultation now by calling (203) 335-1011 or by submitting a request here.


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