Full Mouth Restoration


Full Mouth Restoration is a general term used to describe dental treatment that affects all teeth in the mouth. This treatment is often also called Full Mouth Rehabilitation.

A variety of treatment including onlays, veneers, crowns and bridges, dentures, oral surgery, orthodontics, and implants may be used to accomplish full mouth dental restoration.

Such treatment may be suitable for the following kinds of patients who 

  • over the years have multiple missing teeth,

  • Have multiple large fillings of different kinds that have degenerated or are failing

  • Have badly worn out teeth due to excessive teeth grinding or bruxism.

  • Those who were born with conditions such as ectodermal dysplasia, amelogenesis, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta that will need extensive restoration of their teeth.

In general, the patients who want better functional performance and aesthetics may want a full mouth restoration under an efficiently and effectively designed treatment plan.


Do not hesitate to discuss your option with Full Mouth Restoration dentist near your area, Dr. Pallavi Sinha, at i2m Dental.

It is important, however, that the treatment is less effective on patients who continue to maintain good oral health. Consumption of alcohol, cigarettes and tobacco products and poor oral hygiene may experience abated results.

Steps to Reclaiming Your Smile 

Years of damage, decay, and oral disease take a significant toll on your oral environment. Unfortunately, sometimes the effects of this accumulated wear and neglect can become impossible to correct without extensive treatment. Where one-off orthodontic procedures don’t show adequate results, i2M comes into the picture. Our full mouth restoration dentists can perform comprehensive treatments that address and resolve each of your dental concerns in turn.

Our dental reconstruction services combine a wide range of restorative techniques including gum disease treatments, root canals, bridges, crowns, and dental implants. Your orthodontist will find an optimal mix of these treatments to design a customized plan that will help to return the natural beauty and functionality of your teeth. 

Am I Eligible for Mouth Restoration Surgery?

A full mouth dental restoration often requires an intensive schedule of planning and surgery. Amongst other issues, your orthodontist may need to determine appropriate solutions for: 

  • Severely worn down teeth.

  • One or multiple missing teeth.

  • Damaged fillings.

  • Cracked or chipped teeth. 

  • Bite misalignment.

  • Missing or diseased areas of the jawbone. 

  • Gum disease.

  • Severe oral pain.

As a result, a whole mouth reconstruction will be likely to directly or indirectly impact all or most of your teeth. At i2M, we generally recommend this option for patients who have experienced severe facial trauma or injury, significant edentulism (tooth loss), chronic bite problems, excessive grinding and wearing of the teeth, or those who have been affected by conditions such as: Ectodermal Dysplasia, Amelogenesis, Dentinogenesis Imperfecta or Oral Cancer which require extensive dental reconstruction.

Planning for Full Mouth Restoration

Complete dental reconstruction is one of the most complex and sensitive treatments available. To ensure the most effective results, your full mouth restoration dentist will most likely arrange multiple appointments during which your mouth and jaw will be assessed in multiple ways.


  • The condition of your teeth will be evaluated to determine which oral applications will be required (crowns, dental implants, bridges, veneers, inlays/onlays)

  • X-Rays and computer imaging technology will be used to examine your current bite to ascertain the optimal position for your bite (where the muscles, joints, and teeth are well-supported and able to work together in unison). At this stage, additional impressions of your teeth may also be required

  • You may be required to wear an orthodontic device for at least a couple of months prior to the mouth restoration surgery. This should help to correct any significant misalignments before reconstruction.

  • Your gums will be examined for indications of periodontal disease. In severe cases, your full mouth restoration dentist may need to perform additional bone or soft tissue grafts to ensure a stable supporting structure for the reconstructive work. 

  • Your teeth and facial structure will also be assessed from an aesthetic perspective to ensure that all applications are suited to the color, size, and shape of existing teeth as well as the overall profile of your jaw, gums, and cheek.

Based on this extensive research and planning, your orthodontist will develop a tailored plan of action and talk you through the specific treatments that will be required to complete your full mouth dental restoration. Each restorative process is designed to support and enhance the next, with the ultimate aim to create a strong, stable oral architecture that can support effective functional performance and beautiful aesthetics for many years to come.

Procedures for Full Mouth Restoration

Corrective Dental Treatments

This involves identifying and replacing old damaged fillings, as well as chipped or broken crowns and veneers. This will help to improve the strength and stability of each individual tooth.

Periodontal and Endodontic Treatments

Includes the removal of plaque from below the gumline as well as other therapies to promote the health and stability of your gums including scaling, root planning and in certain cases bone and soft tissue grafts to restore lost mass. A root canal may be performed to remove the infected pulp and resolve pain/swelling in the teeth. 

Restorative Treatments & Implant Dentistry

Depending on your full mouth restoration dentist’s assessment dental crowns, fillings, inlays/onlays, and bridges may be used to restore certain areas of your oral environment. In other cases, dental implants may be used to create a more permanent connection between the jaw and tooth. 

Bruxism Treatments

If excessive grinding is affecting your oral health then your orthodontist may prescribe certain corrective therapies and appliances to help reduce grinding and thus the related symptoms. 

Bite Correction

Orthotic devices, muscle relaxation techniques, and home exercises may be used to correct occlusions before any mouth restoration surgery takes place.

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