Full Mouth Reconstruction in Redondo Beach

What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Involve?

As the name suggests, a full mouth reconstruction refers to replacing most of one's teeth with the purpose of restoring their appearance and functionality. It often involves complex procedures that involve both cosmetic and restorative dentistry, two services that we offer at our dental office. 

A full mouth reconstruction usually involves a variety of dental procedures, such as:

  • Tooth extractions
  • Veneers
  • Dental implants
  • Fillings
  • Dental crowns

Dr. Anthony Nguyen will also inspect and treat your gums during this procedure to ensure that they remain healthy.

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What Dental Interventions Are Included in Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Of course, the procedures will depend on your specific case and the type of dental work you require to achieve enviable oral health. But, generally, you can expect the dentist to perform some of these dental interventions:

Bone Grafting

This process is essential for increasing the strength of the jaw.

After performing it, the dentist can place a dental implant in the fortified bone.


They may be needed to reposition your teeth in the correct position.

Also, adult braces have grown in popularity lately as more people are becoming more aware of the importance of a beautiful smile.


Veneers can be added to improve the overall appearance of your teeth.

They can make your smile whiter, reshape teeth, and close gaps

Dental Implants

Dental implants may be needed to replace a missing tooth.

They should be placed as soon as possible to avoid future jaw bone issues.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are necessary to increase the strength of a tooth that has received root canal therapy.

They can also be useful when a tooth needs to be covered because it has become too yellow.

Dental crowns can reshape a tooth that has been cracked or chipped;

Deep Cleanings

Deep cleanings are necessary for patients with gum disease.

You should perform these procedures every 3-4 months as part of periodontal care.

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Is a Full Mouth Rehab Right for Me?

You are an ideal candidate for full mouth rehab if you suffer from a variety of dental problems, such as:

  • Missing teeth
  • Decayed teeth
  • Cracked teeth

You are also an ideal candidate if you have problems with the following structures:

  • Gums
  • Bite
  • Temporomandibular joint
  • Jaw muscles