Full Mouth Reconstruction

Teeth can become worn or chipped to the point where full mouth reconstruction becomes a necessary procedure. This prevents additional tooth structure from being lost and restores a functional smile. It is among the most comprehensive procedures in cosmetic dentistry.

Worn teeth can cause the jaw to move further away from its original position. Full-mouth reconstruction corrects the position of the jaw and prepares the teeth for crowns.

In addition to jaw positioning, full mouth reconstruction is designed for patients affected by crooked teeth, unsightly dental restorations, a tired appearance, TMD, cracking, chipping, discoloration, or ‘collapsed’ teeth.
The full mouth restoration process will include two dental office visits. Your teeth will be prepared during the first visit and crowns will be fitted on the second. The crowns will be permanently bonded to create a new, significantly improved smile.

Your dental and jaw condition will be evaluated to determine if any TMD exists. The ideal size and shape of your smile will be determined for the best clinical, functional, and cosmetic results. During your consultation, a treatment plan will be developed that is most suitable for your smile.
Once the treatment has been planned, your teeth will be prepared and a custom mold is taken. Temporary crowns will be worn until the next appointment.

Upon the second visit, the full mouth restoration will be finalized. New custom porcelain crowns will be created and approved. They will be securely fitted and bonded to your natural teeth, creating a long-lasting, completely restored, and younger looking smile.
For additional information about how a full mouth restoration can benefit you, please call and schedule a consultation with the dental team at our Beverly Hills office.


Mahnaz Rashti, DDS

Cosmetic & Periodontal Dentistry