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Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist

Broadmoor Dental

General, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Dentistry located in Colorado Springs, CO

You can successfully restore the look and function of your smile with a quality full mouth reconstruction. The knowledgeable dentists of Broadmoor Dental provide full mouth reconstruction in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Ask questions, address your concerns, and discover what a full mouth reconstruction can do for you. From boosting confidence to enhancing how you speak and chew, a full mouth reconstruction offers myriad benefits. Call Broadmoor Dental or use the online scheduler to make an appointment with John Goodman, DDS, or Nicolas Pruett, DDS, today.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A

What is full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction (full mouth rehabilitation) is a personalized treatment plan designed to optimize the health of your mouth, including your gums, teeth, and bite. A full mouth reconstruction often refers to rebuilding or replacing every tooth in the mouth with different safe and effective dental services.

To be a suitable candidate for a full mouth reconstruction, you should be in good overall health.

What are some of the services involved with a full mouth reconstruction?

The Broadmoor Dental team can provide you with a unique way to “try on your smile” — an innovative method of temporarily molding your smile directly onto your teeth, so you can preview what the results of your full mouth reconstruction will look like.

A full mouth reconstruction can involve several cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures, including:

  • Onlays and inlays
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Professional teeth whitening
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Implants

Your full mouth reconstruction might involve replacing your existing dental restorations that have worn down over time. Most full mouth reconstructions require extensive organization and personalized dental work that’s planned out over multiple appointments.

Your dentist can help you determine the right treatments to improve and restore the look and function of your mouth, smile, and bite.

Why would I choose a full mouth reconstruction?

Your teeth can get damaged or fall out for several reasons, including trauma and disease. You might choose a full mouth reconstruction to replace or restore multiple badly damaged or missing teeth. You might also decide to have a full mouth reconstruction due to:

  • Multiple teeth with large fillings that are decaying or not functioning properly
  • Broken or cracked teeth
  • Badly worn teeth due to teeth grinding
  • A genetic condition like ectodermal dysplasia
  • Oral cancer that has damaged your teeth or mouth

With some cases of oral cancer, the restoration of missing structures of your oral cavity might be necessary.

What are the advantages of full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction can give you a fully functioning mouth for many decades. A full mouth reconstruction can also:

  • Enhance how you chew and speak
  • Boost your confidence
  • Protect and improve your oral health

The Broadmoor Dental team provides natural-looking and highly personalized full mouth reconstructions to improve and restore your smile with the most advanced, safe, and effective dental options like veneers and teeth whitening.

Broadmoor Dental provides implant restorations, removable dentures, ceramic restorations, and much more.

If you’d like to learn more about a full mouth reconstruction, call Broadmoor Dental or schedule your consultation online.