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Full Mouth Reconstruction at Chatswood Dental Associates

If you’re having trouble with the appearance and function of your teeth, headaches, neck pain or other neuromuscular problems associated with an improper positioning of your jaw, it might be time to think about full mouth reconstruction.

We recognise that this service can sound overwhelming, but the benefits can be immeasurable in terms of restoring your smile’s comfort and function.

A full reconstruction is completed in phases. We’ll address the most serious and uncomfortable problems first and build on each success. Dr Lim and Dr Sridhar (Dentists) will plan your reconstruction to show you exactly how and why each procedure will help improve your quality of life.

What Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Older couple walking outdoorsAlso referred to as full mouth rehabilitation, reconstruction addresses a series of problems that are affecting the health of your mouth and jaw as a whole.

Each case is different because each person is unique. Our dentist will sit down with you, discuss your concerns and your goals, then design a fully customised restoration plan.

Your plan might include one or more of these procedures:

  • Porcelain crowns
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Onlays or inlays
  • Dental implants
  • Bonding using tooth-coloured composite
  • Orthodontics

Are You a Good Candidate for Reconstruction?

Most people who need full mouth reconstruction have some combination of worn down, broken, or missing teeth. Their damaged bite has led to changes in the way the jaws come together, which in turn sets off a chain reaction of problems including (but not limited to):

Because problems don’t tend to occur all at once, you might have received a type of “patchwork” dentistry in the past. This gradual process can result in restorations that don’t match or no longer fits right in your mouth. Not only does it affect your bite, the results can look unsightly. Your facial muscles may experience excessive tension, causing pain and headaches. You might even avoid chewing fresh, healthy foods, affecting your overall health.

By addressing these problems at once, we can plan treatment so that your restorations match properly and contribute to your overall wellness. Our goal is for you to have a smile that feels comfortable, functions properly and looks great.

Sedation Options

One of the biggest concerns people tend to have when contemplating a full mouth reconstruction is the fear of pain. We offer local anaesthesia and sedation options to ensure that each procedure is as comfortable and pain-free as possible. Any discomfort following your procedure is generally minor and is usually easily handled with over-the-counter pain medication and anti-inflammatories.

If you’re feeling particularly concerned, please let us know. We have a visiting specialist who can provide fully monitored IV sedation so that you can literally sleep through your treatment!

Book a Consultation

Don’t deal with the pain and frustration of a damaged smile any longer. Request Full Mouth Reconstruction Chatswood consultation with one of our skilled dentists.
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* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.


Full Mouth Reconstruction Chatswood NSW | (02) 9412 4488