The first question our Vermont patients often ask about full mouth reconstruction is how it differs from a smile makeover. It is an excellent and fundamental question. The answer is quite simple: A smile makeover is a series of treatments you elect to have implemented in order to improve the aesthetic appeal of your smile, while a full mouth restoration involves dental treatments like braces to move your teeth into the proper position, dental implants, or any number of other restorative treatment options to correct functional issues with your bite, muscles, teeth and bone structure. Your All Smiles Family Dental Center dentist, in consultation with other specialists if required, will determine what procedures are necessary to provide you with truly functional, natural appearing, and clinically sound treatments.
Many full mouth reconstructions involve all your upper and lower teeth in some way, but every case is different and procedures and costs will vary based on each clinical situation. You can expect most full mouth rehabilitations to cost $25,000 to $45,000 or more. Your dental insurance may cover some costs, depending on what your diagnosis is and the All Smile plan that is developed for you. Third party financing that offers monthly payment plans is available through All Smiles, and it can help you afford the restoration treatments you need.
While consulting with you about a smile makeover to primarily improve the esthetic appearance of your smile, your dentist may discover that there is a need to provide necessary treatment to correct functional problems with your bite, muscles, teeth and bone structure. If you need full mouth reconstruction, the materials available today make it possible for your dentist to provide you with durable, functional, and clinically sound treatments that also look natural.