Am I a Candidate for Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Full-mouth reconstruction refers to the combination of multiple restorative treatments during one visit. There are many reasons why a patient may benefit from this comprehensive procedure. Often, full-mouth reconstruction can save patients time and money while reducing their overall recovery time. 

If you live in or around Salt Lake City, UT and require multiple restorative treatments, we welcome you to schedule a consultation with our esteemed dentist, Dr. Rod Gleave, by contacting our office online or calling (801) 747-8531. Dr. Gleave offers multiple forms of sedation dentistry so you can relax throughout your full-mouth reconstruction. 

What Are the Benefits of Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

There are many advantages to combining multiple treatments during one visit. The main benefit is the complete restoration of oral health and chewing function following your comprehensive procedure. Many of our Salt Lake City patients describe their results as life-changing. 

Damaged or missing teeth can seriously impair an individual’s ability to speak and chew with ease. Rather than address one dental issue at a time, Dr. Gleave will develop a customized treatment plan that addressed all of your oral health needs at once. 

Full-mouth reconstruction lowers the overall time spent in the dentist’s chair. We understand that our patients’ time is valuable. By combining multiple treatments during one visit to our Salt Lake City dental practice, Dr. Gleave can save you the hassle of having to make multiple visits to our office. 

The comprehensive approach also lowers our patients’ overall recovery time. Patients who undergo treatments one at a time have to wait until they are fully healed before they can begin the next procedure. By performing multiple treatments at once, you can fully recover in a fraction of the time. Faster recovery allows you to return normal activities sooner.

Patients who work with Dr. Gleave will have the added benefit of undergoing their lengthy restoration under the calming effects of sedation dentistry. Our office offers nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and IV sedation. Under the effects of sedation, time seems to pass more quickly. Patients who suffer from dental phobia or restless leg syndrome are candidates for sedation. If you would like to learn if you are a candidate for sedation dentistry, a member of our team will be glad to discuss this option in depth. 

Am I a Candidate for Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

If you require multiple treatments, you may be a great candidate for full-mouth reconstruction. Treatments that can be included in full-mouth reconstruction include:

  • Dental implants
  • Dental crowns
  • Fillings
  • Dental veneers
  • Tooth extraction
  • Inlays or onlays
  • Dental bridge

During your consultation, Dr. Gleave will examine your teeth, gums, and jaws before recommending full-mouth reconstruction or an alternative treatment. 

Schedule Your Full-Mouth Reconstruction Today

No restorative treatment delivers the drastic results that full-mouth reconstruction can. If you have lived with oral pain, jaw pain, missing teeth, and other dental problems, you can address all of those issues during one visit to our Salt Lake City dental practice. Full-mouth reconstruction can even save you money because the comprehensive procedure reduces the overall amount of time our staff has to be available. 

To take the first step toward regaining full oral health and oral function, contact our office online or call (801) 747-8531. We are always taking new patients. 

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