Full Mouth Reconstruction Washington DC

Full Mouth Restoration Arlington VA

We offer full mouth reconstruction in Washington, DC and Arlington, VA to help patients restore their smile and replace missing teeth. Patients who have lost teeth may feel self-conscious and have difficulty talking or chewing. Full mouth reconstruction can rebuild or replace all the teeth of the upper and lower jaws. This comprehensive procedure combines restorative and cosmetic techniques to deliver long-lasting results by building a solid foundation for your new teeth.

Dr. Pashapour offers full mouth restoration for patients across Washington, DC, Arlington, VA, and beyond. Patients can request a consultation with Dr. Pashapour to determine if they are ideal candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Learn more about how this procedure can help you restore a healthy-looking smile!

What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction refers to the replacement of all missing teeth. Both the upper and lower arches can be rebuilt using multiple dental implants. These implants are a durable, long-lasting option to replace your teeth. Dental implants use an anchor screw to fasten the implant to your jawbone, providing a much more stable base for your new teeth. Dental bridges may also be used during full mouth reconstruction. These bridges can be secured and supported by your dental implants.

 

What Are The Benefits Of Full Mouth Restoration?

Full mouth reconstruction can restore your smile when teeth are lost due to trauma or decay. Our oral surgeon performs full mouth restoration with natural-looking dental implants. Dental implants are designed to look, feel, and function like your real teeth. Additionally, full mouth reconstruction can improve your overall oral health and relieve discomfort caused by infections, gum disease, jaw issues, or other oral conditions. Patients with cracked, broken, or missing teeth may be candidates for this procedure.

FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION:
REPLACES ALL TEETH OF THE UPPER AND LOWER JAWS
DENTAL IMPLANTS AND DENTAL BRIDGES MAY BE USED
BROKEN OR DAMAGED TEETH MAY BE EXTRACTED PRIOR TO YOUR PROCEDURE
RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY MAY BE REQUIRED PRIOR TO YOUR SURGERY
DENTAL IMPLANTS LOOK, FEEL, AND FUNCTION LIKE YOUR REAL TEETH
ALL-ON-4® AND ALL-ON-6 IMPLANTS CAN BE PLACED
CAN RESTORE A HEALTHY-LOOKING SMILE
CAN CORRECT ISSUES RELATED TO CHEWING OR TALKING

Does Dr. Pashapour Remove Teeth Before Performing Full Mouth Restoration In Washington, DC?

Yes. Dr. Pashapour can remove teeth that are damaged or broken before your full mouth reconstruction procedure. Since full mouth restoration requires an entire set of new teeth, Dr. Pashapour will remove the last few teeth of the upper and lower jaw if necessary. Dr. Pashapour will further discuss the specifics of your full mouth reconstruction surgery with you during your consultation.

What Should I Expect During My Full Mouth Reconstruction Surgery?

Dr. Pashapour tailors each full mouth reconstruction surgery to the specific needs of each patient. This procedure typically requires restorative dental work prior to your implant surgery to ensure a healthy and stable environment in which to place your dental implants. Patients may require cleanings, root canals, or other procedures. A bone graft may also be performed if your jaw does not have adequate bone density to support dental implants. Additionally, any broken or damaged teeth will be extracted.

Once you are ready for your implant placement, Dr. Pashapour will insert your implants. Each dental implant consists of 3 parts: the anchor screw, the abutment, and the crown. The anchor screw will be inserted into your jawbone and the abutment will then be fastened onto the screw. Next, a temporary crown or prosthesis will be secured onto the dental implant. Since full mouth reconstruction requires multiple dental implants, Dr. Pashapour can place All-On-4® or All-On-6 implants for comprehensive results.

 
 

What Should I Expect After My Full Mouth Restoration Surgery?

Once your dental implants are placed, they undergo what is known as osseointegration. During this time period, your dental implants bond to your jawbone and gumline to create a stable base for your new teeth. The anchor screws of your implants function similarly to your tooth roots. In all, this period of osseointegration may take 3-5 months for your implants to fully bond to your jawbone. Your permanent teeth are then placed in a follow-up visit.

How Can I Get Started With Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Dr. Pashapour and his staff at Pashapour Oral + Facial Surgery would be happy to discuss the details of full mouth reconstruction with you. To schedule an appointment in Washington, DC or Arlington with oral surgeon Dr. Ali Pashapour, please call our office at 703-566-1990 or request an appointment online.

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