Are You a Good Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

At Eastern Virginia Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Jeffrey Weisberg and Dr. Clay Weisberg are renowned for crafting beautiful smiles for their patients. However, every stunning smile is built upon a solid foundation of good oral health. This is why we offer a comprehensive range of dental services designed to restore health and function to extensively damaged mouths. Drs. Weisberg and Weisberg are able to combine restorative dentistry procedures into completely customized treatment plans that fall under the umbrella of full mouth reconstruction.

The good news is that, whatever the condition of your teeth and gums, you are a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction. We gladly accept all full mouth reconstruction candidates at our Chesapeake, VA dental practice, including complex cases that other dental practices might turn away. You don’t have to worry about feeling judged or being lectured about the state of your mouth. Our only objective is to help you achieve the healthy teeth and gums as well as the beautiful, functional smile you deserve.

If you are interested in learning more about how we can improve your oral health through full mouth reconstruction, don’t hesitate to schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Jeffrey Weisberg or Dr. Clay Weisberg at Eastern Virginia Family & Cosmetic Dentistry today.

Determining Candidacy for Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction refers to any treatment plan in which multiple restorative dentistry treatments are combined and customized to meet the unique needs of patients with extensive damage to their teeth and gums throughout their mouths. You are almost certainly a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction if some or all of the following oral health conditions apply to you:

  • You are missing one, several, or most of your natural teeth.
  • You have multiple teeth that are cracked, chipped, broken, or otherwise damaged.
  • Your gums are swollen, bleeding, and painful.
  • There are pockets forming between your gums and your teeth, suggesting the advanced stages of gum disease, periodontitis.
  • Your teeth are badly stained or otherwise discolored.
  • You have teeth that show signs of enamel wear, including spots of discoloration.
  • Your gums are starting to recede.
  • You have chronic jaw, neck, head, ear, or shoulder pain, especially in combination with any of these other conditions.
  • You are currently experiencing severe pain in one or more of your teeth.
  • You have teeth that are loose.
  • You have an abscess on your gums.

Treatments that are commonly combined into full mouth reconstruction plans to address these and other oral health issues include:

  • Dental implants, which are used to support crowns, bridges, or even full sets of dentures
  • Traditional dental crowns
  • Fixed dental bridges
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Ceramic inlays and onlays
  • Root canal therapy
  • Periodontal treatments, including scaling and root planing
  • Extractions

Depending on the scope of your full mouth reconstruction, it may require several visits spread over months to complete. However, you will emerge with your oral health intact, not to mention a rejuvenated smile.

Learn More about Full Mouth Reconstruction

To find out whether you are a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction, contact Eastern Virginia Family & Cosmetic Dentistry today.