Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatments By James Stein on December 14, 2011

If you want to have a smile that looks great and is healthy as well, you need to consult with a skilled Boston cosmetic dentist. Undergoing a full consultation, your dentist will be able to determine the best treatment or combination of treatments that will work for you. One such option may be a full mouth reconstruction.

What is a full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction is similar in many ways to a smile makeover, but a mouth reconstruction puts more emphasis on the dental health side of things. What you’ll learn is that a healthy smile is also one that looks great. We perform numerous full mouth reconstructions at our Boston implant and restorative dentistry center, so we’d like to take this opportunity to look at some of the most popular and common treatments used in such procedures.

Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings

If you have cavities, it’s of the utmost importance that you get them filled as soon as possible. Tooth-colored fillings will restore the strength of the tooth, prevent the further spread of tooth decay, and will blend in seamlessly with your natural tooth.

Dental Crowns

When you have teeth that are severely decayed or injured, a standard dental filling will not be enough to restore your smile. In those cases, it’s important to get a dental crown placed. Dental crowns are caps that fit right over the affected tooth to protect it and enhance its appearance.

Teeth Whitening

When you have teeth that are stained or discolored, that’s when teeth whitening is the best option. Teeth whitening treatment will brighten the shade of your smile by several shades, making it much more effective than over-the-counter products.

Dental Bridges

When you’re missing a tooth or a few teeth, dental bridges are an ideal solution. The dental bridge will bridge the gap between your teeth, restoring the overall look of your smile and improving your bit strength in the process as well.


When you’re missing many teeth, dental bridges are no longer the best option for your need. Instead, you should get dentures placed. Dentures are held in place using the remaining gum and bone structure in your mouth and can be held with greater security when you use denture creams.

Dental Implants

Boston dental implants provide the best possible hold for replacement teeth, such as dental bridges, dentures, and dental crowns. These artificial tooth roots are surgically anchored into your gum tissue and jawbone for an excellent hold.

TMJ Disorder Treatments

TMJ disorder are common dental health issues. This refers to the clicking, popping, locking, and pain in the jaw area related to the joints and muscles. There are plenty of ways that we can address TMJ disorders, always identifying and addressing the primary cause of the issue when possible.

Porcelain Veneers

The most versatile and popular cosmetic dentistry treatment out there today is porcelain veneers. These thin shells of special dental ceramic offer exceptional cosmetic and restorative dentistry results for chipped teeth, cracked teeth, severely stained teeth, and uneven teeth.

Tooth Extractions

When a tooth cannot be saved, it’s important that it be removed. This can alleviate pain and prevent further dental problems from occurring. The tooth can then be replaced to enhance the appearance of your smile.

Learn More Cosmetic Restorative Dentistry

For more information about full mouth reconstructions and your many other options for smile enhancement and dental health rejuvenation, contact our Boston cosmetic dentistry center today. Our entire team is eager to meet with you.

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James M. Stein, DMD

Our dental practice has been trusted by Boston patients for over 30 years. Together, Dr. James M. Stein and Brett E. Stein are members of various renowned organizations, including: 

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  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • American College of Prosthodontists

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