Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Restoring Damaged Teeth to Optimal Form and Function

Full-Mouth Reconstruction is the process of restoring decayed, damaged, or missing teeth. The doctors at Smyth Dental Centre may recommend crowns, white fillings, dentures, or dental implants. The ultimate goal of full-mouth reconstruction is a mouth that functions properly, feels comfortable, and looks fantastic.

To achieve these goals, our doctors will take X-rays, create diagnostic wax-ups, and recommend therapies. If you have issues like periodontal disease or tooth decay, we will resolve them as part of your comprehensive full-mouth reconstruction plan. Our doctors will also check for signs of TMJ disorder and bruxism (teeth grinding). Tooth wear is often the result of such conditions, and resolving these issues is essential for long-term results.

If you’re missing teeth, your full-mouth reconstruction will address that as well. Missing teeth can lead to shifting, decay, an uncomfortable bite, and additional tooth loss. We might recommend replacing missing teeth with a bridge, partial dentures, or dental implant. Of all treatment alternatives, a dental implant is the most biological option to restore the tooth’s root and crown. They are also the most natural and longest lasting option.

After your full-mouth reconstruction, you will be able to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. You’ll no longer have to hide your teeth for pictures or lower you head when you meet someone for the first time. And– you’ll be able to enjoy a healthy diet of hard-to-chew foods. A full-mouth reconstruction will restore your health, your self-image, and your smile.

Take the first step toward a bold, beautiful smile by reserving your full-mouth reconstruction consultation today. Smyth Dental Centre has provided Ottawa and Gatineau with exceptional, full-service care for over 25 years.

Contact Us

1929 Russel Road, Suite 110, Ottawa, ON K1G 4G3 CAN
Dr. Edmund Merkley Ottawa Ontario Canada dentist (613) 521-2650 smythdentalcentre@rogers.com