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Full Mouth Reconstruction in Phoenix

Being self-conscious about how you look can prevent you from enjoying time with family and friends and missing or misaligned teeth can affect the structure and function of your mouth. Fortunately there are solutions for these situations.

Cosmetic dentistry does more than improve looks: a healthy smile can be the boost you need to greet each day with enthusiasm. Difficulty eating, swallowing, and talking can take its toll on you, and 24th Street Dental Biltmore is here to alleviate the stress by offering the best full mouth reconstruction in Phoenix.

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What is full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction consists of a variety of procedures and options to replace missing or damaged teeth and rebuild the mouth. It uses the full array of restorative dentistry to bring back the full function and beauty of the mouth.

People who need the majority of their teeth repaired and/or replaced are good candidates for the full mouth procedure. Individual dental implants and dental bridges can cover smaller portions of you mouth, but when patients arrive to us with severe damage, full mouth reconstruction is usually the way to go.

There are many dental issues which can be handled with full mouth reconstruction. Some examples of such situations are: decayed or damaged teeth, tooth loss, gum disease, tooth erosion, chronic tooth or jaw pains and loose teeth.

You might be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction if you have one or more of the above dental situations. Contact 24th Street Dental to get a free consultation to see if this is right for you.

Are there options for full mouth reconstruction?

Yes! Your premier dentist 24th Street Dental Biltmore is pleased to offer a number of corrective cosmetic dental procedures that can help turn a self-conscious smile to one of confidence:


If you are concerned about any of the following matters, call 24th Street Dental Biltmore today to discuss your options.

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How long does full mouth reconstruction take?

Full mouth reconstruction can consist of a variety of different procedures which have different protocols and different lengths. For example, dental implants is a procedure that takes a few months to heal from, as your jawbone must be healthy enough to accept the strong post and may require a bong graft. Once the post fuses to the bone, a dental crown is secured on top, appearing as natural as your own!

For patients that require faster and more economical solutions, dentures and partial dentures may be a good option. These removable sets of false teeth don’t require surgery other than tooth extractions, and the entire process is easier on your time and wallet.

Can porcelain veneers fix my crooked and discolored teeth?

Our highly skilled prosthodontists will explain all restorative choices to you, but generally speaking, porcelain veneers can be used to correct those imperfections.

Patients trust in our treatment plans because we take the time to consider their concerns. 24th Street Dental Biltmore’s highly trained staff is ready to work with you to create a smile that will turn heads.

Call our office to learn more about the most impressive full mouth reconstruction in Phoenix and see what everyone’s smiling about!

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How much does full mouth reconstruction cost?

The cost of full mouth reconstruction can vary widely depending on the needs of the patient. As there are a wide variety of procedures used and in many combinations, an initial examination and consultation will be done with your dentist to determine what is the best course of action for you.

Based on what is determined, there are a variety of affordable financing options available to help you get the care you need so there is no worry about upfront costs.

Contact us at 24th Street Dental today to set up a free consultation and let us help you smile.

Additional frequently asked questions.

  • Will insurance cover full mouth reconstruction? Generally this is not covered by dental insurance but 24th Street Dental offers affordable financing options which cover this.
  • Am I too old for full mouth reconstruction? No, nobody is too old to have great oral health and function. The only factors lie in the treatment plan depending on the condition of the mouth.
  • Does full mouth reconstruction hurt? While it depends on the procedure used, modern dental anesthetics and sedation help patients so that they do not feel any pain.
  • Will full mouth reconstruction handle my jaw pain or headaches? When consulting with your dentist, inform him of any such issues and he will determine if this is caused by a dental situation.
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“What an AWESOME staff! From the minute you walk in, you are welcomed by the super friendly front office staff. Dr. Turner's assistant, Tabatha, is amazing! She is very thorough during my visits and makes sure all my questions are answered. Above all, she is just the sweetest!”

— Erica S.

“I went to see Dr. Turner based on a recommendation from a friend. I was not disappointed. I had broken a previously chipped (and capped) tooth and the results were amazing and the procedure was smooth as can be. I have issues with some other teeth and will be back to have those resolved”

— Eddie N.

“The people who work at this practice are welcoming and helpful. They answered all of my questions and responded quickly with my insurance questions. My hygienist Nicole did a wonderful job! She made me feel comfortable right away and took good care of me. If you're looking for a new dentist, go check out Dr. Turner and Nicole!”

— Laryssa S.

“Going through my invisalign treatment here. They have the best staff and service, especially Nicole who is very helping and caring. Highly recommend to anyone considering Invisalign or anything dental.”

— BK C.

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Making your initial appointment with 24th Street Dental Biltmore in Phoenix is your first step towards a healthier smile.

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Phoenix, Arizona 85016

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