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Iroquois Family Dentistry

Optimize Your Oral Health and Function with Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you face extensive dental decay and damage, Drs. K.B. ParkesGary Waltemath, and Karen Keenan can rebuild the health and beauty of your smile by combining a number of restorative procedures in a full mouth reconstruction. This comprehensive treatment plan is specifically designed to help patients experiencing multiple oral health problems.

Iroquois Family Dentistry has served Nashville, TN, and the surrounding communities for over 70 years. No matter what your oral health needs, we sincerely hope you will find your dental home with us.

What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Numerous elements must work together in harmony for optimal oral health. An issue with your teeth, gums, jaw joints, or bite can compromise your entire smile. A full mouth reconstruction combines a variety of restorative treatments to repair or replace damaged teeth, address issues with the temporomandibular joints (TMJ), and correct gum problems to lay the foundation for your oral health. Simply stated, a full mouth reconstruction to restore the health, function, and aesthetics of your smile.

Who is a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Anyone who is suffering from multiple dental issues is a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. Because good oral health is necessary for a strong foundation, one of our doctors will perform a thorough assessment of your teeth and gums during your initial consultation. If extensive decay or periodontal disease is present, it must be addressed during the first phase of your treatment. Once the bacteria levels are under control, we can focus on rebuilding your smile.

A doctor shows a female patient the results of her full mouth reconstruction.
A full mouth reconstruction can restore not only the function of your bite, but your confidence in your smile, as well. 

Commonly Combined Restorative Treatments

At Iroquois Family Dentistry, we offer a wide scope of restorative treatments that can be included in a full mouth reconstruction. Some of the most common procedures include:

  • Dental ImplantsBecause implants are anchored directly into the jaw, these restorations can preserve your jawbone and prevent bone atrophy.
  • Dental CrownsThese porcelain caps can restore and protect badly damaged or decayed teeth, adding stability and strength. With advanced CEREC® technology, we can also provide crowns in a single appointment for certain patients.
  • Dental BridgesIf you are missing up to three consecutive teeth, a dental bridge can fill in the gap . Like our CEREC® crowns, we can fabricate dental bridges in a single appointment for eligible patients.
  • DenturesWe offer full and partial dentures for patients who are missing most or all of their teeth. Implant-supported dentures can provide additional stability.

Because every full mouth reconstruction is fully customized to meet the needs of each individual, treatment timelines are different for every patient. Our doctors will work with you to determine the most conservative and time-efficient way to achieve your dental goals.

Rebuild Your Smile

If you are suffering from multiple, ongoing dental issues, a full mouth reconstruction can address the situation and significantly improve your quality of life. Our experienced doctors can help you determine if this comprehensive treatment option is a possible solution for you. To schedule a consultation at Iroquois Family Dentistry, contact us online or call our office at (615) 298-2040.

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104 Kenner Ave
Ste 101
Nashville, TN 37205

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