If you have severe dental damage or a large number of missing teeth, Drs. Joe McIntyre, Dan Whiting, Kelsey Rockey, and Bryant Ash have the training and experience to address all of these concerns with full mouth construction. Full mouth reconstruction does not refer to a specific procedure. Instead, full mouth reconstruction is a personalized treatment plan designed to comprehensively restore the health, appearance, and function of a smile. To schedule a free full mouth reconstruction consultation at our Bridgewater, VA, practice, contact us today.
Planning Your Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dr. Whiting, Dr. McIntyre, Dr. Rockey, or Dr. Ash will work closely with you to plan your full mouth reconstruction. When you visit our practice for a free consultation, we will examine your smile, discuss your goals, and review your medical history. We can also perform x-rays and 3-D computerized tomography (CT) scans to better understand your concerns.
Full mouth reconstruction can be used to replace missing teeth, strengthen weakened teeth, address periodontal disease, correct other structural issues, and more. Based on your needs and budget, we will create a custom treatment plan that features multiple restorative dentistry procedures. Your full mouth reconstruction plan can include:
- Dental implants
- Dental crowns
- Root canal therapy
- Periodontal treatment
- Inlays and onlays
- Dental fillings
- Dental bridges
- Treatment for gum recession
Full mouth reconstruction does not refer to a specific procedure. Instead, full mouth reconstruction is a personalized treatment plan designed to comprehensively restore the health, appearance, and function of a smile.
Performing Full Mouth Reconstruction
Your treatments will be carefully staged in order to minimize office visits, recovery times, and costs. If you have several missing teeth or widespread decay, we will likely address these pressing concerns first. Our dentists and staff use very gentle techniques and advanced imaging technology in order to provide the highest level of care and minimize discomfort. If you are nervous about any stage of your treatment, we can provide nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”) or oral sedation to help you remain at ease. After your full mouth reconstruction is complete, we will schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor your recovery and ensure your complete satisfaction.
Why Choose Smiles for Life?
Drs. McIntyre and Whiting have undergone extensive training on full mouth reconstruction, which has helped each of them to consistently achieve outstanding results. Both have completed nine courses in full mouth reconstruction, and both are proud graduates of the Kois Center for Dental Excellence in Seattle, which is one of the top three dental training centers in the United States. Additionally, our practice works with a high-quality dental laboratory to provide our patients with beautiful restorations that are custom designed using advanced, lifelike materials. The ceramists at the lab will design restorations that blend with your smile and complement your overall facial structure.
Above all, we are committed to providing compassionate and personalized care. We will keep you informed throughout the entire full mouth reconstruction process so that you can make confident decisions about your care. We are so confident in the quality of treatment we provide that we offer a five-year warranty on work performed at our practice, so long as you maintain good oral health through routine exams and cleanings and consistent at-home care.
Schedule a Free Full Mouth Reconstruction Consultation
To begin your journey toward a healthy, beautiful smile, schedule a free full mouth reconstruction consultation at Smiles for Life today.