How long your course of treatment takes varies based on your needs.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Overview
Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive repair and/or replacement of your teeth, improving overall oral health as well as the function of your teeth and jaw—and of course we’ll make your smile look beautiful.
Full mouth rehabilitation is a more extensive treatment plan ideal for:
Severely damaged teeth
Old, failing dental work
Advanced gum disease
How Full Mouth Rehabilitation Works
When performing a full mouth reconstruction, it typically involves several different orthodontic treatment options coming together to improve the alignment and condition of your existing teeth and replace any missing ones.
What to Expect
Full mouth rehabilitation is one of the most customized and extensive treatment plans at Trü Orthodontics. The plan to enhance the function, health, and appearance of your smile could include dental implants, root canals, fillings, porcelain veneers, dental crowns, gum therapy, dentures, and more.
Total Care For Total Reconstruction
From our digital scanner, eliminating the need for traditional impressions, to our 3D printing capabilities and beyond, we have the technology and techniques to restore a smile you’ll be proud of.
Your full mouth rehabilitation plan is customized from start to finish. We determine the best course for your unique situation and move forward with your personalized approach to restoration.
With 5 board-certified orthodontists and 4 convenient locations in Northern Virginia, we’ve made it easy for you to obtain the friendly, positive care you deserve.
Frequently Asked Questions
Ideal candidates for full mouth rehabilitation typically have severely damaged, decayed, or worn teeth that require extensive levels of repair and/or replacement.
No, your full mouth reconstruction in Fairfax should not be painful. We always use the appropriate level of numbing for whatever procedure you undergo, and any soreness you may experience after the numbing agent wears off should be easily alleviated with cold compresses and/or over the counter pain medicine.