Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost: What to Expect
Toothaches. Jaw pain. Failing restorations. If you have several dental complaints, full mouth reconstruction can improve your oral health and function. At Dowell Dental Group in Minerva, OH, Carrollton, OH, and Dover, OH, our offices are conveniently located for most people who live or work in eastern Ohio.
Dr. Stephen C. Dowell has over 25 years of experience restoring oral health, comfortable oral function, and attractive smiles. He uses accurate diagnostics and evidence-based procedures to deliver results that improve your quality of life, as well as self-confidence.
How Much Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
The cost of your full mouth reconstruction will depend upon the treatments involved.
If you have dental insurance, we will estimate your out-of-pocket expenses. Note that restorative procedures, like fillings and crowns, are usually eligible for insurance coverage.
We do not want finances to stand between you and good health. If your out-of-pocket amount exceeds available funds, or you do not have dental insurance, you may want to apply for CareCredit® or Lending Club. Third-party medical and dental financing institutions often extend low- or no-interest loans, as well as long-term payment plans.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction plan actually involves several procedures rolled into a single dental treatment plan. Dr. Dowell will customize your full mouth reconstruction based on:
- Your primary complaints
- His findings during your examination
- Your cosmetic goals
- Correcting the underlying cause of issues, rather than just symptoms
- Your available treatment time
- Your personal preferences
What Treatments Are Available with Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Modern dentistry allows many options to meet a single goal. For instance, a tooth can be replaced with a bridge or implant. Teeth may be whitened chemically or with bonding, veneers, or crowns.
After a comprehensive oral examination, Dr. Dowell will explain your treatment options. Commonly, full mouth reconstruction involves two or more of these restorative, prosthetic, and cosmetic procedures:
- Dental implants
- Dental bridges
- Dental crowns
- Dental bonding
- Dental contouring
- Inlays and onlays
- Tooth-colored fillings
- Root canals
- Tooth extractions
- Porcelain veneers
- Teeth whitening
Customizing Your Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatment
Once you and the dentist have made decisions about treatments, Dr. Dowell will explain what you can expect along the way, during full mouth reconstruction. Treatments can be grouped into phases based on time and finances, types of procedures, or quadrants of the mouth.
In your treatment plan, Dr. Dowell will address the most pressing oral health needs first. In most cases, he will treat teeth with decay or bacterial infections (abscesses) before addressing other issues. Creating a truly healthy foundation for your new smile is key for longevity and comfort.
Can a Full Mouth Reconstruction Be Done in One Appointment?
Because full mouth reconstructions include multiple procedures, they cannot be completed in a single appointment. However, if we need to condense the number of visits in your treatment plan, our dentist may suggest using oral sedation so that we can perform several hours worth of dental work while you are under the effects of a sedative.
Let Dowell Dental Group Make Your Smile Beautiful!
A healthy mouth that looks, feels, and functions well can improve your overall health and quality of life. To learn more about full mouth reconstruction, contact Dowell Dental Group today or call us at 330-868-5001 to schedule a consultation.