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New Era Dental Restores Smiles and Confidence Daily

Sometimes pervasive dental issues require comprehensive full-mouth reconstruction to improve both function and aesthetics. There are also patients who were born with certain conditions that have weakened their teeth and made them susceptible to tooth decay and other issues over time. Whether you have multiple missing teeth, cracked or broken teeth, badly worn teeth, or teeth with large dental fillings that are failing, New Era Dental can help. Our full-mouth reconstruction services in Ann Arbor, MI have seen some amazing results for many of our patients, as evidenced in our before-and-after smile gallery. If you’re interested in learning more about our full-mouth rehabilitations, we encourage you to reach out to our office via phone or email and schedule a consultation with our friendly dentists.

Check Out Our Before & After Gallery

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Patient 1 - Before
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Patient 1 - After
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Patient 2 - Before
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Patient 2 - After
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Patient 3 - Before
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Patient 3 - After
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Patient 4 - Before
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Patient 4 - After
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Patient 5 - Before
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Patient 5 - After
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Patient 6 - Before
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Patient 6 - After

What Should I Expect During a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Full-mouth reconstruction may be an option for any patient needing to rebuild or replace all of the teeth in their mouth. Our full-mouth reconstructions combine aesthetics with the science of restorative and cosmetic dentistry to improve your smile’s health, function, and beauty. Based upon your specific needs, we may recommend a combination of restorative and cosmetic dental procedures to achieve the best results. These procedures may include anything from tooth-colored fillings, tooth extractions, and bone grafting to dental bridges, crowns, implants, or veneers. A thorough evaluation of your teeth and gums will be necessary to determine which treatments would be best for your oral health and overall goals.

What Options Are Available for Dental Reconstructions?

Every patient is unique at New Era Dental. Therefore, there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to full-mouth reconstructions. Depending on your circumstances, we may suggest any of the following:

  • Orthodontics – We offer both Invisalign and traditional orthodontics procedures to help patients correct crooked teeth, gaps, crowding, and crossbites.
  • Dental Veneers – Made from porcelain or other ceramic materials, dental veneers are a permanent solution to change the color, shape, or size of your teeth.
  • Dental Implants – Dental implants look, feel, and function like natural teeth to prevent future tooth decay, bone loss, and other oral issues while restoring your smile and self-confidence.
  • Dental Crowns – Dental crowns are often recommended to strengthen a tooth after a root canal or to cover a tooth that’s been badly chipped, cracked, or stained.
  • Dental Bridges – Patients with multiple missing teeth may benefit from a dental bridge used to bridge the gap in your smile by attaching dental crowns or implants to the adjacent teeth.
  • Smile Makeovers – We use high-quality digital photographs and videos to redesign smiles. We also have a prosthodontist specializing in fixed and removable prosthetic appliances on staff.

What Are the Benefits of a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

The benefits of full-mouth reconstruction go beyond the apparent aesthetic ones. Patients with severe tooth decay, erosion, or periodontal disease may benefit from full-mouth reconstruction. Not addressing such issues may result in tooth or bone loss, severe infections, misalignment issues, and even TMJ. Therefore, many of our patients need full-mouth reconstruction procedures for medical reasons. The goals of full-mouth reconstruction are to replace, repair, or restore missing or diseased teeth, get rid of periodontal disease and other infections, reduce pain and eliminate bad breath issues, and create a beautiful, healthy smile of which the patient can be proud. Recovery will vary by patient and procedure. You can rest assured we’ll take excellent care of you from your initial consultation to your follow-up appointments after the recommended procedures.

What Are the Average Full-Mouth Reconstruction Costs?

A full-mouth reconstruction can be one of the most involved and complex dental procedures we provide at New Era Dental. Full-mouth reconstruction costs can add up quickly, depending upon the severity of your issues and how many treatments are recommended. It’s been estimated the average costs range anywhere from $30,000 to $150,000+. You should always check with your dental insurance provider to see if they cover recommended procedures when determining if full-mouth reconstruction is right for you. However, we also offer specials and third-party financing options to make it more feasible for patients on a tight budget or for those desiring cosmetic procedures not covered by dental insurance.

Are You a Good Candidate for Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Full-mouth reconstruction may be a suitable option for many of our Ann Arbor, MI patients. We won’t know what procedures to recommend until we thoroughly examine your teeth and gums during an exam and x-rays. To learn more about our available full-mouth reconstruction procedures at New Era Dental, please give our office a call today or request an appointment online. We look forward to meeting you and helping you transform your smile!

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