If you have experienced trauma to the mouth or have ignored your oral hygiene for many years, it can result in extensive damage to your oral health. In situations where your teeth and gums have undergone significant trauma or decay, Dr. Adler can perform a full mouth reconstruction to rebuild and restore all of the upper and lower teeth.
A full mouth reconstruction can substantially improve your dental health by correcting issues with your teeth, gums and jaw. Your treatment may combine multiple restorative, neuromuscular and cosmetic dentistry procedures. The end result is a beautiful smile that also optimizes your bite structure and function.
You can receive individualized treatment recommendations by speaking with Dr. Adler in person. Please call today to schedule a consultation at our Boulder dental office.
Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction can revitalize your smile, helping you feel better about your overall appearance. In addition to these aesthetic improvements, you may also experience a variety of functional and health-related benefits, including:
- Improved bite function, allowing you to eat all of your favorite foods without difficulty
- Relief from painful TMJ symptoms
- Reduction in snoring -- once your bite is properly aligned, it will also open up your airway
Once your bite has been restored, you will be able to maintain optimal levels of oral health moving forward. Dr. Adler's holistic approach to dentistry and his extensive training in neuromuscular dentistry allow him to restore the correct bite alignment to deliver durable, long lasting results.
Am I a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction
In general, the best candidates for full mouth reconstruction have destructive bites that significantly impact their oral health. The need for full mouth reconstruction may also result from:
- Teeth that have been lost due to decay or trauma
- Teeth that have been injured or fractured
- Teeth that have become severely worn as a result of long term acid erosion (foods, beverages, acid reflux) or tooth grinding
- Ongoing complaints of jaw, muscle and headache pain which require adjustments to the bite
In addition, many patients who have severely crooked or gapped teeth opt for full mouth reconstruction after TMJ treatment in order to avoid wearing braces for 2 years.
Your Customized Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure
Your customized full mouth reconstruction may include multiple treatments completed over several appointments at our Boulder dental office. Dr. Adler will begin with a thorough exam and a discussion of your overall goals. During this initial appointment, we will develop a comprehensive treatment plan based on your unique individual needs. Every patient is different, but our goal is to complete your case as efficiently and in as few visits as possible.
The following factors will be considered when developing your treatment plan:
- Condition of your teeth
- Health of your gums
- Alignment of your bite
- Aesthetic properties associated with your smile, including the shape, color and proportion of your teeth
The first step in designing your full mouth reconstruction procedure involves determining your optimal bite. By identifying this ideal bite alignment, Dr. Adler is often able to eliminate the problems causing your teeth to break. If you experience severe jaw issues and have been told by other dentists that you need surgery, Dr. Adler may be able to achieve complete relief of your symptoms though full mouth reconstruction, eliminating the need for surgery.
Once Dr. Adler has identified your optimal bite, he will perform a series of procedures to restore proper health and function to your teeth, jaws and gums. Depending on your unique needs, your full mouth reconstruction may include:
- TMJ treatment
- Root canal therapy
- Dental implants
- Dental bridges
- Dental crowns
- Gum recontouring
- Periodontal therapy
At Adler Advanced Dentistry, we have a periodontist on staff. This enables us to handle all of your gum disease treatment in-house, eliminating the need to refer you to multiple specialists.
Award Winning Full Mouth Reconstruction Case Study
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Financing Your Full Mouth Reconstruction
Due to the inclusion of multiple procedures, full mouth reconstructions can become expensive. However, Dr. Adler understands the importance of maintaining the optimal health and function of your teeth, gums and bite, and he's committed to making sure your procedure fits into your budget. At Adler Advanced Dentistry, we offer a wide range of financing options to ensure you can afford your full mouth reconstruction.
Whenever possible, we will submit your procedure to insurance for reimbursement. In the event that some aspects of your full mouth reconstruction aren't covered by insurance, you can apply for low interest monthly payment plans. We work with the following third party lenders:
- Lending Club Patient Solutions
In addition, we are currently working out a way to provide our patients with an in-office financing option. During your initial visit, our staff will go over these options with you in detail in order to help you find the right plan for your needs.
Why Choose our Boulder Dentist
Dr. Michael Adler provides full mouth reconstruction/restoration treatment for patients in the immediate Boulder-Denver metropolitan area, as well as for patients nationally who travel to Colorado for the specialized services of an award-winning full mouth restoration specialist.
As a recipient of a fellowship from prestigious LVI (Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies), Dr. Adler has received specialized training in this field, is nationally recognized for his work, and is award-winning in the category of full mouth reconstruction/restoration. The International Association of Comprehensive Aesthetics has recognized Dr. Adler for a full mouth restoration case study.
Contact our Boulder Full Mouth Reconstruction Dentist
Please contact Adler Advanced Dentistry using the form on this page or call today to schedule your full mouth reconstruction consultation. We serve patients in Boulder, Denver and throughout the Front Range of Colorado.