Full-Mouth Reconstruction Restore Your Smile & Eat Anything!
  • Relax with sedation during treatment
  • Receive care from Dr. Daboul, who wrote a book about implants
  • Ask about getting implants & new teeth in a single day

Regain Your Confidence With a Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Royal Oak, MI

Your life will change for the better when you replace missing teeth, whether you’ve lost a few teeth or an entire mouthful. With a Royal Oak full-mouth reconstruction, you’ll be able to speak more clearly, chew your food in comfort, and smile with renewed confidence.

At our office, you’ll find:

  • Many restorative dentistry options for your reconstruction
  • Three kinds of safe dental sedation administered by certified dental professionals
  • Expert implant dentists, including Dr. Alvin Daboul, who wrote a book about dental implants and is a graduate of the Misch Resnik Implant Institute
  • A procedure that enables you to receive dental implants and replacement teeth in a single day

To schedule a consultation, call 248-712-1522.

Your dentist can combine dental implants with restorations like dental crowns or dentures to replace your teeth. You can also choose traditional dentures, either partial or full. With our advanced training and extensive experience, we’ll help you decide which solutions will work best for you. In addition, we back up our work with warranties for restorations including fillings and crowns.

It’s understandable to consult more than one dentist, given the impact a full-mouth rehabilitation will have on your life. At our office, second opinions are free.

Get a New Smile & Strong Bite With Implant Dentures

Our dentists often use dental implants for full-mouth rehabilitation because of their versatility. They can attach a dental crown to an implant to replace one tooth or use implants with a dental bridge or dentures to replace multiple teeth. Together, these restorations result in a smile that feels and functions like your own. Even if your jaw isn’t strong enough to support dental implants, our doctors can likely use mini dental implants to support your new smile.

Dr. Alvin Daboul has received advanced training with implants and has trained other dentists in implant dentistry techniques. Because of his expertise, he can perform advanced implant procedures like All-on-4®. In some cases, you can even get dental implants and your replacement teeth in a single procedure.

Traditional dentures are always an option. They look and feel more lifelike than before, thanks to improved materials and manufacturing methods. But many patients like the enhanced stability they get from attaching dentures to implants. You can choose:

  • Dental implant dentures that you can take out yourself for cleaning or other reasons
  • Implant dentures that can be removed only by a dentist

If you need to have a tooth or teeth extracted for your full-mouth reconstruction, one of our dentists can do it for you. If you’re anxious or worried about discomfort, you can select one of our methods of dental sedation: laughing gas, oral sedation, or IV sedation.

To talk to our dentists about full-mouth reconstruction in Royal Oak, call North Oaks Dental at 248-712-1522. You can also make an appointment online.

Commonly Asked Questions About Full-Mouth Reconstruction

What is a full-mouth reconstruction?

A full-mouth reconstruction is the process of replacing all or nearly all your teeth. Usually patients who come to us for this treatment have suffered widespread dental damage. They have difficulty eating and are embarrassed about the condition of their smile. We usually use dental implants and replacement teeth to restore these patients’ smiles.

How long does a full-mouth reconstruction take?

The length of your full-mouth reconstruction will depend on many factors. Some of our patients will be good candidates for a same-day smile procedure in which they get implants and replacement teeth in a single visit. Other patients will need to allow their gums to heal and implants to fuse with their jawbone for a few months before getting their new teeth.

How much does a full-mouth reconstruction cost?

Without first performing an exam and taking a set of digital images, we could not give you a price on your full-mouth reconstruction. The actual cost will depend on the exact treatments you need, such as the number of implants and the type of replacement teeth you choose. After we create a treatment plan, we can give you your cost and discuss financing options, if needed.

Is full-mouth reconstruction painful?

A full-mouth reconstruction may include multiple treatments, including surgical procedures such as tooth extractions, bone grafts, and dental implant placement. No matter which procedures you receive for your dental restoration, we’ll ensure you remain comfortable. We use local anesthesia to numb your mouth prior to treatment, and you can also choose to receive dental sedation.

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