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The Average Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatment

Stephen Malki Oct 27, 2017

An elderly couple laughingDental problems rarely come one at a time. Whether the result of trauma or neglect, it's possible for people to experience serious dental health issues that can't be solved with just a single dental visit. That's why our River Edge dental practice offers full mouth reconstruction, which can completely rehabilitate a person's mouth.

We'd like to consider the basics of full mouth reconstruction and then focus on the cost of this kind of dental work. While extensive and potentially expensive, we can work out payment and procedure options that all you to have a healthy smile.

What Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction refers to a combination of restorative procedures that are intended to drastically improve a person's dental health as well as the overall aesthetics of a smile. These kinds of advanced dental procedures tend to be ideal for people who have neglected going to the dentist and/or who suffer from a complicated set of dental problems.

Full mouth reconstruction can help address these dental problems:

  • Missing teeth
  • Damaged teeth
  • Tooth decay
  • Root canal infections
  • Gum disease
  • Gum recession
  • Exposed tooth roots
  • TMJ disorders
  • Poor dental alignment

The Average Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction

The average cost of a full mouth reconstruction can vary depending on the nature and extent of dental work that a patient requires. If a patient has multiple severe dental health problems, they will generally require more dental work, which translates into a higher cost for dental care. Some major dental rehabilitations that involve oral surgery and tooth replacement can cost upwards of $40,000, and sometimes more.

Since a full mouth reconstruction needs to be customized to meet the needs of a patient, it's important to meet with a dentist in person. Your dentist can give you a personal price quote, with a full breakdown of the costs involved.

Factors That Affect the Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction

The following factors can affect the overall cost of a full mouth reconstruction:

  • The complexity of a patient's case
  • The kind of dental work involved
  • The location of the dental practice
  • The experience of the dentist(s)
  • Special promotions unique to individual practices

Are There More Affordable Reconstruction Options to Consider?

Yes, it is possible to make a full mouth reconstruction more affordable in some cases.

For instance, if a patient is missing teeth, opting for traditional bridgework and dentures rather than appliances supported by dental implants can be much more affordable. That said, some people feel that the benefits of implant-supported bridges and dentures are worth the increased price.

During a consultation, you and your dentist can discuss your treatment options and go over ways to make your treatment more ideal for your health and financial needs.

Financing Options for Full Mouth Reconstruction

Since full mouth reconstructions can be a major financial burden for households, we are more than happy to offer monthly payment options to patients. These function much like a traditional loan or credit card, with the total cost of dental care covered by a trusted third party. Patients will make installment payments to this third party, which helps put much needed dental work within reach.

Contact Malki Dental

If you would like to learn more about full mouth reconstruction and whether or not it's an ideal option for you and your needs, be sure to contact an experienced cosmetic and restorative dentist today. We will help you have a healthy and beautiful smile.

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