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We Make "U" Smile & the World Smiles with "U"

Full mouth reconstructions are ideal if you want to improve your overall dental health and enhance the appearance of your smile in the process. These full mouth reconstruction procedures combine multiple dental treatments in order to effectively address multiple dental problems. The Dentist will be able to determine which dental procedures are best for you and in what order they should be performed. Each patient is different, so every full mouth reconstruction needs to be custom tailored to meet the needs of the patient. Anyone with short, worn teeth or those that are chipped and broken throughout the mouth would be an excellent candidate.


  • Jaw clicking and headaches can be related to dental problems – Jaw joint problems and bite misalignment can result in head pain like migraines. FMR involves several procedures across varying disciplines that help give your mouth and supporting structures a complete reconstruction.  
  • Boost of confidence and self-esteem:  You could now smile with confidence in every photograph!
  • Overall improvement of oral health: FMR improves your oral health through several procedures that improve the structure, strength, and health of your gums and teeth as well as improve the function of your jaw joints. .  It can also get rid of other symptoms such as bad breath and difficult chewing.
  • Improvement of general health: Plaque, gingivitis, periodontitis, decayed teeth – all of these dental issues will decrease your overall medical health by allowing unhealthy bacteria in your mouth to enter your body and bloodstream.  A healthy mouth can improve your overall health by reducing the risk of heart disease and other related diseases that are associated with bad oral health.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation is a comprehensive procedure which may involve one or more of these procedures:

  • Prophylactic Teeth Cleaning and Periodontal Care
  • Crown lengthening to expose healthy, sound tooth structure for possible crowns or bridges.
  • Orthognathic surgery to reposition the jaw.
  • Contouring of the gum tissue to create balance and harmony in your smile.
  • Preparation (reduction) of your natural tooth structure so crowns, bridges or veneers can be placed.
  • Placement of temporary restorations so you can become accustomed to your new teeth and the feel of your new mouth or bite alignment.
  • Placement of permanent restorations, such as dental crowns, veneers, inlays/onlays or bridges, made from ceramic, ceramic supported by metal or a combination of both.
  • Orthodontics in order to move your teeth into the optimal position for reconstruction.
  • Implant placement and restoration to replace missing teeth and/or anchor bridge restorations.
  • Bone or soft tissue grafting to enhance the stability of your teeth, proposed implants and/or other restorations