Full Mouth Reconstruction

Cosmetic Dentistry & Reconstructive Dentistry located in East Wenatchee, WA
Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstruction services offered in East Wenatchee, WA

If you experience extensive dental damage or disease, full mouth reconstruction offers a path to a smile that looks and feels amazing. Matt Fluegge, DDS, and the team at Fluegge Family Dentistry in East Wenatchee, Washington, offer advanced diagnostic and treatment tools that deliver astounding results. To explore the options in greater detail, call or click to schedule a visit.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q&A

What is full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a term used to refer to a combination of dental treatments intended to repair significant dental damage. You might also hear it referred to as full mouth restoration or smile restoration. 

Completing full mouth reconstruction requires advanced training and experience. The process is more than just a series of stand-alone dental restoration treatments; it requires thoughtful treatment planning to ensure all steps meet the patient’s unique set of needs. 

No two smile restorations are alike, just as each person has their unique smile. Dr. Fluegge approaches each smile restoration with an open mind and a highly skilled eye. 

The goal is to address all existing dental health issues and create a strong bite, in addition to crafting a beautiful and natural-looking smile. Dr. Fluegge is among the most experienced practitioners in the area when it comes to full mouth reconstruction. 

What brings people in for full mouth reconstruction?

People come in for full mouth reconstruction in a variety of different ways. For some, limited access to quality dental care during childhood might have led to a great deal of dental decay. Traumatic injury is also a common cause of extensive dental decay. 

Certain medical conditions and treatment options cause significant dental damage. Full mouth reconstruction offers a path back to a functional and appealing smile. 

Unfortunately, criminal acts can also create serious dental health issues, including domestic violence. Drug use also destroys dental health, and it’s especially rewarding to restore smiles for people who’ve recovered from addiction. 

What kinds of treatments might be part of a full mouth reconstruction?

Your full mouth reconstruction treatment plan aligns with your specific set of needs and goals. Dr. Fluegge structures a plan that repairs issues in an order that makes sense. 

You’ll likely need to come in for multiple visits as you move through the reconstruction process. In some cases, a period of healing gives your body a chance to adapt to treatments before the next phase begins. 

Some of the treatments often used in a full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Fillings
  • Dental crowns (including same-day crowns)
  • Veneers
  • Bridges
  • Dental bonding
  • Dental implants
  • Partial dentures
  • Bone grafting

Fluegge Family Dentistry also offers IV sedation dentistry, helping you relax during extensive dental work. Under sedation, it’s sometimes possible to complete multiple treatments during the same visit. 

During a consultation you book online or by phone, Dr. Fluegge explains all available options, discussing what to expect from each. You also learn more about the timeline of your treatments in addition to budgeting.