Whole Mouth Rehabiliation

What is whole-mouth rehabilitation?

If your smile has suffered from significant damage, decay, or injury, then full-mouth reconstruction is an excellent option. Full-mouth reconstruction involves several restorative services such as dental implants, fillings, or veneers.

Full-mouth reconstruction is a dental treatment that can restore your smile if it has suffered a severe injury, damage, or decay. It typically involves restoring many or all of the teeth in the mouth. Depending on your specific dental needs, full-mouth reconstruction can include various types of dental treatments such as dental bonding, bridges, crowns, fillings, implants, inlays or onlays, veneers, dentures (complete or partial), periodontal (gum) treatment, root canal treatment, or tooth extraction.

During your consultation with our team, we will assess your specific dental needs and recommend the best-suited treatment plan to improve your smile. The primary goal of full-mouth reconstruction is to restore the health, function, and appearance of your smile.

Full-mouth reconstruction may be necessary if you have any of the following dental problems: chipped or broken teeth, cracked or fractured teeth, tooth decay, periodontal disease (gum disease), missing teeth, infection, dental injury, or trauma. If you believe that you may need full-mouth reconstruction, we encourage you to call or visit our practice today.
Smiling Montana Center for Implants and Dentures patient standing next to Dr. Muir. Case Studies page.
Montana Center for Implants and Dentures, dental team photo: Dr. Josh Muir, Lynda, Dr. Tanner Townsend, Darla, Ariana, Brie, Bailey

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Montana Center for Implants and Dentures, dental team photo: Dr. Josh Muir, Lynda, Dr. Tanner Townsend, Darla, Ariana, Brie, Bailey

Your smile matters to us.

Schedule your free appointment today.