3 Common Myths About Full Mouth Reconstruction

Female dental patient after restorative work If you have several dental problems that need to be addressed, such as a misaligned bite, jaw pain, tooth crowding, cavities, and tooth wear, then a full mouth reconstruction might be ideal. Also known as full mouth rehabilitation or restoration, this combination of dental services can be the key to achieving the improved oral health, comfort, and function that you ultimately deserve. 

To help you make an informed decision about your dental care, we are debunking some myths that may be keeping you from booking your full mouth reconstruction consultation in Boulder.

1. It Takes a Long Time

There is no set timeline for a full mouth reconstruction. It may take at least several months to perform the treatments and procedures needed to fully address all of your dental issues. 

However, a full mouth restoration can also be completed in a relatively short amount of time. Take a look at this case study. Our patient wore an orthotic before getting crowns in one day.

2. It Will Not Improve Cosmetic Issues

Full mouth reconstruction is designed to improve the function and health of your smile. However, it does not leave you wanting more in terms of your smile’s appearance, either.

This treatment approach combines restorative treatments and procedures with cosmetic ones. The result is a smile that not only works great and feels comfortable but looks amazing too.

3. It is Unaffordable 

The idea of getting extensive dental work may seem out of reach. Fortunately, that does not have to be the case. Dental insurance often provides some coverage for full mouth restorations. There are also options to finance your treatments and procedures to reduce your upfront costs.

Start Restoring Your Smile Today

If you are ready to take the first step towards a healthier smile, call 303-449-1119 to schedule a consultation with our skilled and LVI-trained dentist. Adler Advanced Dentistry proudly serves patients from Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, and other Colorado areas.


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