Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you have several oral health issues, such as gum disease, cavities, or cracked teeth, you need a personalized treatment plan.
Peter Jeppsen, DDS, can design a full mouth reconstruction that combines dental procedures to improve the look and health of your smile.
Find out what makes full mouth reconstruction at our Boulder, CO, office so effective...
Address Various Issues in One Custom Treatment Plan
Restore Your Oral Health
Decay and infection not only cause discomfort. Poor oral health can also affect your overall health, and conditions like gum disease have been linked to an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease. By getting the dental care you need, we can also protect your overall wellness.
Address Cosmetic Concerns
By taking care of cavities, damaged teeth, and gum disease, you can also achieve a beautiful smile. A full mouth reconstruction is completely customized to your facial features and every restoration is made with high-quality materials so that you can achieve stunning, natural-looking results.
Improve Your Bite
Because missing or damaged teeth can make it painful to chew crunchy, nutritious snacks, the comprehensive restorative treatment can also improve your diet and make it easier to enjoy all your favorite foods again.
More Patients Are Choosing the Gold Standard in Tooth Replacement
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*According to the American College of Prosthodontists and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
Treatment at Your Pace & on Your Schedule
A full mouth reconstruction is an optimal choice if you have been diagnosed with various oral health issues.
With this type of treatment, you are in control and will work closely with Dr. Jeppsen to stage out your treatments on a budget and schedule that works for you. The customizable aspects of a full mouth reconstruction make it a great option for patients who have been putting off dental treatment for years and are finally ready to love their smiles again.
Recommendations & Requirements for Patients
Committed to Treatment
Because a full mouth reconstruction can span several office visits, the only way to achieve your desired results is to attend your scheduled appointments at our dental practice. Be ready to visit the dentist regularly and ask us about sedation if you are feeling anxious about your care.
It is important to remember that although dentistry can dramatically enhance your smile, the effects will be natural-looking. You will not look like a different person, but you can expect to look like the best version of yourself.
A Highly Trained, Experienced Dentist
Dr. Jeppsen is a highly trained dentist who can provide virtually every procedure that may be included in your full mouth reconstruction, including porcelain crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays, dental bridges, and dentures. If you need specialized care such as an extraction, endodontic treatment, periodontal surgery, or dental implant placement, he will coordinate your treatment with a trusted specialist to ensure that your procedure is as comfortable and effective as possible.
Because of his extensive training, Dr. Jeppsen can complete most cosmetic and restorative dental work at his Boulder dental practice to give your smile the perfect finish.
Improving Your Experience with Advanced Tools & Technology
Depending on your needs, Dr. Jeppsen can use a diode laser and other advanced technology to alter hard and soft tissues. Using the laser allows for gentler treatment that often takes less time and is associated with fewer post-operative risks. We also provide sedation to help you feel at ease during the procedure. When you are in a more relaxed state, the doctor can work faster, which is ideal for patients undergoing full mouth reconstruction.
A Little Preparation Can Go a Long Way
Whether you are staging treatment or are having all your procedures completed in a single day, the process will go more smoothly if you are prepared. Since some of these procedures may be more invasive, we often recommend that you:
- Schedule time off work to recover
- If you are using oral or intravenous (IV) sedation, arrange a ride to and from the office
- Avoid eating and drinking before your procedure, if requested by the doctor
- Purchase any special foods, medication, gauze, or other items you may need to aid in your recovery
- Arrive early to complete any paperwork and get comfortable
- If possible, fill your prescriptions ahead of time
Leading up to your treatment, our team is happy to answer any questions you may have to help you feel well-informed and prepared for your procedure.