If your teeth are seriously decayed or damaged, or if you have multiple missing teeth, we may recommend a full-mouth reconstruction. Full-mouth reconstruction is a complete dental treatment plan that often involves several types of treatment in order to effectively restore your smile. Through full-mouth reconstruction in Palm Desert, California, we can improve the function, aesthetics, and health of your smile. Dr. Anne Nicholas, our knowledgeable dentist, may recommend full-mouth reconstruction if you have teeth that are decayed, damaged, broken, cracked, infected, or missing. Depending on your individual dental needs and goals, your full-mouth reconstruction may include the following dental treatments:

  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures or implant-supported dentures
  • Fillings
  • Veneers

After your full-mouth reconstruction, your smile will look, feel, and function better than it has in years! To learn how a full-mouth reconstruction can restore your smile, we welcome you to contact our dental office today. We are committed to providing you with the comfortable, high-quality dental care you need.

Case #1 – Full-mouth reconstruction with crowns, veneers, and bridges for the lower jaw and an implant-supported overdenture that corrected the bite and improved aesthetics.

Before Treatment
After Treatment
Oral cavity showing bad bite and aesthetic issues – before treatment
A smile after full-mouth reconstruction with crowns, veneers, bridges and an implant-supported overdenture
Oral cavity showing bad bite and aesthetic issues – before treatment
oral cavity after full-mouth reconstruction with crowns, veneers, bridges and an implant-supported overdenture
Side view of oral cavity showing bad bite and aesthetic issues – before treatment
upper arch of teeth replaced with an implant-supported overdenture
upper arch with crooked teeth, a missing tooth, and old dental restorations
upper arch with teeth removed and dental implant posts and bar placed

Case #2 – Patient was unhappy with her bite and teeth wearing off, and she wanted to improve her smile. Full-mouth reconstruction was done.

Before Treatment
After Treatment
Bad bite and tooth wear before treatment
Bad bite and tooth wear corrected - after treatment
side view of bad bite and tooth wear before treatment
Side view of corrected bad bite and tooth wear - after treatment
Upper arch - Bad bite and tooth wear before treatment
Upper arch - bad bite and tooth wear corrected – after treatment
Lower arch - Bad bite and tooth wear before treatment
Lower arch - Bad bite and tooth wear corrected – after treatment

Case #3 – Full-mouth reconstruction with crowns and veneers.

Before Treatment
After Treatment
Smile showing crooked, slightly yellow teeth
Smile showing teeth after full-mouth reconstruction with crowns and veneers
A view of all teeth showing crooked, slightly yellow teeth
All teeth after full-mouth reconstruction with crowns and veneers

Case #4 – Dental implant-supported bar overdenture was placed after all teeth were extracted on the mandible (lower jaw).

Before Treatment
After Treatment
oral cavity with bad bite and shortened teeth
lower teeth after implant-supported denture was placed
Lower arch with teeth removed and dental implant posts placed
Lower arch after bar was placed on dental implant posts
Lower arch after bar was placed on dental implant posts
lower teeth after implant-supported denture was placed