Because every full mouth reconstruction is unique and customized to the patient, some questions can only be answered by our dentists after a consultation. During this first appointment, our team will examine your mouth, collect information on your medical history, and ask about your dental goals. Once they have a fuller picture of your situation, they will be able to recommend the treatments that will restore your smile, and they will be able to answer questions about:
Costs can vary significantly depending on which restorative procedures are chosen. For example, fillings, bridges, dentures, and crowns are almost always covered in at least some part by insurance, while dental implants usually are not. Dental Works offers a variety of payment options to help patients afford treatment, and we offer financing through CareCredit.
Length of Treatment
Treatment time will vary depending on the extent of your need and the number and complexity of procedures agreed upon between you and your dentist. Multiple procedures with less complexity can be performed in a single visit. In contrast, more in-depth treatments can take as long as nine months to a year to complete. Dr. Work can phase treatment according to your needs, schedule, and other factors.
The risks of your treatment will depend on the procedures involved in your plan. Potential risks for some of the treatments involved in full mouth reconstruction include infection, damaged nerves, or prosthetics becoming unstable after being improperly secured. Most of the risks potentially involved in treatment are minimal, and the risks are further minimized when working with the experienced doctors at Dental Works.