Full Mouth Reconstruction - Kennewick, WA

Restore the Natural
Beauty and Function
of Your Smile

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A Personalized Approach to Restoring Your Smile and Health

Missing or damaged teeth can cause difficulties eating and perhaps even speaking clearly. If you’re experiencing intense discomfort and sensitivity when eating, chronic tooth pain from extensive decay or infection, or have missing or failing teeth, you may be a candidate for full mouth restoration. At Grandridge Dental, our highly skilled dentists Dr. Jeff Morgan and Dr. Julian Peterson have advanced training and extensive experience treating complex cases. State-of-the-art technology enables highly efficient and effective procedures, while sedation dentistry ensures your comfort. Full mouth restoration fills gaps in your smile to correct alignment issues, protects your teeth from further damage, and restores your smile confidence. Once you undergo full-mouth restoration in Kennewick, WA, along with enjoying a dazzling new smile, you’ll discover that it’s much easier to take care of your teeth.

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What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction refers to a series of treatments designed to restore all your teeth to proper strength and health. At Grandridge Dental we combine the art of aesthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the function, health, and beauty of your smile. We create customized and meticulous treatment plans to rebuild and restore function and beauty impaired by decay, erosion, missing teeth, and bone loss. Our goal is to deliver healthy, comfortable, and functional smiles that lasts a lifetime.

Dental Problems That Require Full Mouth Reconstruction

  • Extensive dental decay and large failing fillings
  • Multiple missing teeth
  • Badly worn teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding and clenching)
  • Gingivitis or periodontal disease
  • Dental trauma including broken, cracked, or knocked-out teeth

Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatments

Dental crowns cover your entire tooth to repair breaks, cracks, or severe decay and are also used to hide cosmetic issues such as deep stains or misshapen teeth. Our restorations are custom-made from a high-quality zirconia called BruxZir that beautifully restores the size, shape, and natural color of your teeth.
Bridges differ from crowns because they replace missing teeth to restore proper biting and chewing function. Depending on the number of missing teeth, each bridge will use one or more adjacent teeth as support. They are created with two or more dental crowns fused together that span the gap of an empty tooth socket.
Dental veneers can correct various smile flaws in a single treatment, including teeth that are worn-down, misshapen, stained, chipped, crowded, or small gaps. We use different veneers including Emax, a glass-ceramic material that provides teeth with natural luster and translucence for a beautiful and healthy smile. With proper care, veneers can last at least a decade and in many cases, much longer.
If you’re tired of stained or yellow teeth and using ineffective over-the-counter whitening solutions, we can help. We offer in-office teeth whitening in Kennewick, WA with the highly-rated brand Zoom that whitens your teeth up to eight shades in just an hour. Our home whitening treatment is easy to apply with custom-fit trays that eliminate the need for messy strips.
Proper occlusion (bite) enables even pressure and force across all your teeth when you bite and chew food. An uneven bite can cause teeth grinding and clenching, jaw pain, and TMJ problems. Occlusal adjustment is an easy and convenient procedure that involves using articulating paper to mark the points of contact when you bite down and grind. Once we identify the irregularities, we eliminate the interference by smoothing the tooth or teeth until your bite is realigned.

Dental implants permanently replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of a titanium post that replicates your tooth root covered by a customized crown that resembles and replaces your natural tooth. The implant integrates with your jaw bone, acting as a new root for the crown. Full mouth dental implants enable biting with increased force, prevent bone deterioration, and restore your facial features. A dental implant doesn’t move in any way and is completely functional in terms of its aesthetics and ability to chew.

Implant-supported dentures eliminate common issues associated with conventional dentures, such as teeth falling out, clicking, slipping, or removal at night for cleaning. They’re made to precisely fit your mouth, face shape, and jaw size for ultimate comfort and aesthetics and can be brushed like natural teeth. We also offer full dentures to replace all the teeth in your upper jaw, lower jaw, or both and partial dentures that work well if you still have some healthy teeth.
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The Full Mouth Rehabilitation Process

We begin the process with a consultation to discuss your oral health goals and expectations. Then we review your medical and dental history and perform a thorough oral examination to check for any tooth issues and signs of gum disease. We may take impressions to check for malocclusion (bite problems) and digital x-rays to detect underlying issues such as decay or cracks. In terms of aesthetics, we look for tooth irregularities and bone loss that may have caused changes in your facial appearance. We are in network with more than 20 insurance providers and partner with third-party financing companies to offer payments to fit within your budget.

While full mouth restoration primarily addresses functional dental concerns, you’ll also experience improvements in your appearance. When planning your treatment, we consider your facial features and symmetry, lip and gumline, and your personal smile goals. Full mouth reconstruction is complex and often requires multiple procedures to restore full health and function to your smile. As such, it may take several weeks to many months to achieve this goal. If you have gum disease or infection in your tooth roots, we complete these treatments first to provide a healthy foundation for the rest of your teeth. Once your full mouth makeover is complete, you’ll be amazed at your dazzling smile and newfound confidence!
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The Many Benefits of a Restored Smile

  • Improved oral health and function
  • The ability to enjoy all of your favorite foods
  • Lower risk of future oral heath complications
  • Enhanced appearance that complements your natural facial characteristics
  • Improved confidence so you can smile whenever you wish
  • Elimination or reduction of jaw pain, headaches, and chronic bad breath
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No need to suffer when a beautiful smile and full function are within reach!

Take the first step to restoring your smile by calling Grandridge Dental.

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