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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Lady Lake, FL

A Customized Plan to Renew Your Oral Health

Some individuals suffer from extensive or complex dental problems. They may conclude that little can be done to get their smile’s health back on track. However, there is always hope! With personalized full mouth reconstruction in Lady Lake, we may be able to renew your mouth’s function, health, and appearance. We invite you to schedule a consultation with our team to learn more about how this service may be able to benefit you.

Why Choose RP Dental & Implants for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

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Full mouth reconstruction may be able to benefit you even if you have severed from severe dental problems for years. It is never too late to restore your smile! Issues like missing teeth, severe decay, gum disease, and aesthetic issues can all be addressed with this service. Each full mouth reconstruction plan is completely customized to the patient who will undergo it.

Following full mouth reconstruction, you can expect to be able to eat more easily, smile with more confidence, and enjoy an enhanced quality of life. This service may even lower your risk of some systemic health problems, such as those commonly associated with gum disease.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

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Full mouth reconstruction begins when you visit your dentist in Lady Lake for a consultation. After we learn about your oral health and your goals, we will be able to start planning your treatment. Some of the procedures that we might recommend as part of your full mouth reconstruction include:

Thanks to Digital Smile Design technology, we can give you a preview of your restored smile before you commit to anything. We want you to go into your treatment with realistic expectations about the road ahead.

Understanding the Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction

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The cost of full mouth reconstruction varies from patient to patient. The price for your treatment will depend on which procedures you undergo, as well as the extent and complexity of those procedures.  Dental insurance is likely to cover at least a portion of your care. For the portion that is not covered, you may be able to use low-interest financing to help you manage the cost of your treatments. You can expect our team to be upfront with you about pricing right from the start of your full mouth reconstruction journey, and we will do our best to accommodate your budget.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

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Are you interested in full mouth reconstruction in Lady Lake? Before you’re ready to commit to a customized plan to renew your oral health, it’s only natural to have some questions that you’d like answered. We’re here to help! To help you make a well-informed decision that you feel confident in, we’ve answered some of the most common questions we get about full mouth reconstruction below so you can learn more. If you don’t see the answers you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us! We’ll be more than happy to answer your inquiries.

How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?

Since every full mouth reconstruction treatment plan will be unique, the answer to this question varies from patient to patient. There are a wide variety of factors that will influence how long your treatment will take, including your age, the types of issues we’re fixing, and how we’re fixing them. Additionally, not all treatments can be completed at once, so you may need to wait several weeks or months between steps. Nonetheless, full mouth reconstruction is designed to streamline your journey towards a healthier smile. When you visit us for a consultation, we’ll walk you through your entire treatment plan and give you an estimate of how long you can expect it to take.

Will My Dental Insurance Cover Full Mouth Reconstruction?

In general, dental insurance companies offer at least some level of coverage for full mouth reconstruction. While you may not see the words “full mouth reconstruction” listed in your benefits, dental insurance typically covers many of the services used in a full mouth reconstruction. Dental crowns, tooth-colored fillings, gum disease therapy, root canal therapy, tooth extractions, and tooth replacement options often receive between 50-80% coverage. However, it’s important to keep in mind that there are other factors to keep in mind as well, such as your annual maximum and deductible. Our knowledgeable front desk staff will be happy to review your dental insurance policy to ensure your benefits are being maximized.

Can I Replace All The Teeth In My Mouth?

While it may be tempting to have all your teeth pulled and replaced for simplicity’s sake, that’s often not the best decision. We always aim to help our patients preserve as much of their natural smile as possible with fillings, restorations, and root canal therapy. Plus, extracting and replacing a large number of teeth will ultimately cost you far more time and money than repairing your natural pearly whites. Fortunately, we offer a wide range of services that can help rebuild weakened or damaged teeth so you can enjoy a functional, beautiful smile again. In cases where we do need to remove several teeth, or if you’re already missing most of your teeth, options like custom dentures or implant dentures may be ideal.  

Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

When designing and implementing a full mouth reconstruction, we aim to provide treatments that are as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Your comfort is always our top priority, so we’ll likely use a reliable local anesthetic before any treatment to ensure your mouth is completely numb before we start. Additionally, we also offer several sedation dentistry options for particularly nervous patients or longer treatments.