Full Mouth Reconstruction in Orlando, FL
Full Mouth Reconstruction
By combining several procedures, Dr. Mohammed Khan and Dr. Amber Khan, can help you completely restore health, appearance and function of you oral structure and aesthetics of your smile.
A full mouth reconstruction planned and performed at Hunter’s Creek Dental Center in Orlando, FL, can give you the health, appearance, and confidence you deserve. Patients who suffer significant dental decay or missing several teeth still have options available for a healthier smile.
Learn how a full mouth reconstruction at Hunter’s Creek Dental Center, can improve your oral health…
What conditions can full mouth reconstruction address?
The most commonly treated health concerns are:
- Loose teeth
- Jawbone recession
- Severe tooth decay
- Significant gaps in your smile
- Cracked teeth
- Multiple or repeated cavities
Full mouth reconstruction can be used to address a range of dental problems, including cracked or missing teeth. Gum disease is a common cause of these issues, and it is important to treat any underlying periodontal disease before beginning reconstruction in order to increase the chances of success.
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Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction
Restored Function and Comfort
No matter if you have missing, loose or sensitive teeth, it can take the joy out of eating. This can be due to difficulty chewing and biting certain foods. Chronic discomfort can also arise from conditions such as TMJ and bruxism disorder. Our dentists can address these issues to restore function and oral comfort when eating, speaking and when your jaw is at rest.
When you combine two or more restorative dentistry procedures with a comprehensive treatment plan. Patients maintain and achieve a healthier mouth. Dental implants can restore dental decay with crowns or fillings and address tooth loss. Dr. Mohammed Khan offers a complete range of dental treatments so he can advise the best procedures that will help your budget and oral health.
Safety and Comfort
Dr. Khan, understands that some patients are nervous about dental appointments. We strive to make your visit with us as stress-free and pleasant as possible at our inviting and clean Orlando practice.
Your smile can be affected by decayed, worn, missing, and discolored teeth. Feeling uncomfortable is common when showing off your smile due to oral health problems. A full mouth reconstruction has the added benefit of improving the appearance of your smile. We use high quality porcelain materials for our restorations to produce natural looking and attractive results.
Restore Your Oral Health
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Commonly Combined Procedures
Prior to any restorative dental work, our doctors will need to address gum disease or infection. This may include scaling and root planing, root canal therapy, or extractions. Once there is a stable and healthy foundation for your restorations, our staff can begin to rebuild your smile.
We can use dental implants to replace irreparably damaged or missing teeth. Dental implants are small titanium posts that are placed into the jawbone to replace lost tooth roots. They can support a dental crown, bridge, or dentures, depending on how many teeth are being replaced. Dental implants offer patients significant long-term oral health advantages, including the prevention of jawbone atrophy.
In some cases, your full mouth reconstruction may also include cosmetic treatments such as porcelain veneers or gum contouring to create your ideal smile. Regardless of your needs, our doctors can provide every aspect of your care in our office to ensure your results meet the highest standards.
At Hunter’s Creek Dental Center, our team is dedicated to helping our patients experience the many benefits of excellent oral health.
Planning Your Treatment
During the consultation, you will:
- Discuss your treatment goals
- Have x-rays taken of your smile
- Have photos taken of the current state of your smile
- Have all of your treatment options carefully and patiently explained
- Be provided with extensive information about what to expect during treatment
- Review costs and financing options
You and your dentist will also discuss your treatment timeline. This procedure can sometimes be performed in a single treatment, but often requires phasing treatment over several months. This is especially true if your full mouth reconstruction plan includes dental implants.
How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?
The treatment plan for each patient will vary depending on their specific goals, but it can take several months to over a year to complete. To make the process more efficient, we use advanced technology such as CEREC® for same-day restorations and dental lasers to reduce discomfort. Our goal is to provide the most convenient and comfortable experience for our patients during treatment.
Who Is a Candidate?
Patients who have suffered significant oral health issues are prime candidates and will benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. Our talented Drs. will come up with a personalized plan that can address any concerns that will affect your mouth.
- Fractured or broken teeth
- TMJ disorder
- Bruxism (chronic grinding and clenching
- Bone or tissue loss
- Tooth decay
- Tooth loss
- Misalignment and malocclusion
Insurance & Financing
Depending on the procedures included in your full mouth reconstruction, your insurance may cover a portion of the cost. Our friendly staff is glad to work with your provider on your behalf in order to secure the best possible coverage.
However, it is important to note that dental implants are not typically covered by insurance. Likewise, some restorative materials, such as zirconia, may not qualify for full coverage. For out-of-pocket expenses, you can take advantage of financing through CareCredit®. This option can give you access to low-interest and interest-free payment plans that can place the cost of a fully restored smile comfortably within your budget.
The Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction
The cost of full mouth reconstruction will depend on your individual needs and treatment plan. During your initial consultation, our Orlando, FL dentistry team will assess your needs and determine the most suitable treatments based on your budget. Some of the factors that may impact the cost of your treatment include:
If you are seeking a dental procedure that is not covered by insurance or you do not have insurance, our practice offers CareCredit® financing to help divide the cost into manageable monthly payments.
The Number of Procedures
The number of procedures you will undergo will depend on the severity of your oral health issues. For example, if you need to treat gum diseases such as gingivitis or periodontitis, you will need to undergo preparatory procedures before receiving restorations from the dentist.
The Type of Procedures
The price of each restorative treatment will vary. Our team will work with you to determine your end goals and budget in order to create a treatment plan that is right for you.
Your Insurance Coverage
Our practice accepts most insurance plans. However, please note that some reconstructive procedures may not be covered by your insurance. For example, dental implants are typically not covered, while treatments such as dentures are often covered. It is important to check with your insurance provider to understand what is covered by your plan.
Since full mouth reconstruction treatment plans can vary depending on individual needs. A consultation will help get an accurate quote. No two treatment plans will be exactly the same. Dental implant cost
Possible ranges costs for the most common treatments are the following:
- Dental Implants: $3,000 -$5000 per tooth (Plus cost of Surgery)
- Porcelain Crowns: $1,500-$1,650
Our dental team at our Orlando, Fl practice will work with your insurance company to get as much coverage as possible to limit your out-of-pocket costs. Especially since full mouth reconstruction is a restorative, dental treatment, they may cover some of the costs.
Your Smile Is Our Priority
At Hunter’s Creek Dental Center, our team is dedicated to helping our patients experience the many benefits of excellent oral health. Take the first step toward restoring your smile by contacting us online or calling us at (407) 240-1500. Our caring doctors can determine whether a full mouth reconstruction is the best solution for you.