Full Mouth Reconstruction
Patients who have suffered extensive dental damage or tooth loss may find that a single restorative treatment can't address all concerns.
In these cases, Dr. Daniel Whiteman can combine procedures into a personalized treatment plan to improve oral health and appearance.
At Whiteman Dental Associates in Brookline, MA, we perform full mouth reconstruction using high-quality materials and advanced techniques.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Before and After Photos
How Much Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
Because full mouth reconstruction treatment plans are so customizable, the price range varies widely. Typically, full mouth reconstruction costs between $400 and $6,000.
Paying for Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dental InsuranceWe accept most major insurance plans, including those from Delta Dental®, Blue Cross®, Blue Shield®, MetLife, Aetna®, and Cigna®. Typically, dental insurance will cover the cost of the medically necessary procedures included in your treatment plan. But, additional cosmetic dentistry treatments aren't covered, though they can greatly contribute to your smile makeover results.
Other Payment Options
We accept cash, checks, and credit cards at our practice. Many patients choose to use a no- or low-interest credit card to cover the out-of-pocket costs of treatment so they can pay these expenses off over the course of several months.
Schedule Your Appointment
If you have gum disease, extensive decay, worn teeth, missing teeth, or other signs of dental damage, these issues can be addressed as part of your full mouth reconstruction plan. To begin planning your full mouth reconstruction, schedule a personal consultation with our dentist today. At Whiteman Dental Associates in Brookline, MA, we serve patients from throughout the greater Boston area.
Contact us online to ask a question or request an appointment. You can also reach us by phone:
Call: (617) 731-4746
Hear From Our Patients
I drive 150 miles to have Dr. Whiteman care for my teeth. Dr. Whiteman and his staff are by every measure the best you can get for dental care.View on Google
I Had lost part of my last molar on upper left, Dr. Whiteman took good care of me by restoring my tooth without having to give me a crown!! One very happy patient…View on Google
Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure Options
If you require treatment for minor forms of decay, we can use discreet composite fillings at our Brookline office to restore the strength and appearance of the teeth.
If left untreated, a root canal infection can spread beyond the teeth to the gums and the hard tissues of the jaw. Root canal therapy can be performed to remove the infected pulp from the tooth, fill it with a synthetic substance, and often, place a crown on the tooth.
In cases where a filling cannot adequately repair a damaged tooth, yet a dental crown would not be necessary, an inlay or onlay may offer an ideal solution. An inlay is a custom restoration that only covers the biting surface of a tooth, while an onlay extends beyond the pointed cusps and down the sides of a tooth.
These custom caps are used to completely cover the surface of a tooth that has suffered significant damage. Thanks to our in-office CEREC (chairside economical restoration of esthetic ceramics) machine, we can provide same-day crowns in many cases.
Bridges are custom restorations made from multiple artificial teeth that have been fused together. If you are missing up to three consecutive teeth, a dental bridge can fill in the gap in your smile and bring balance back to your bite. Bridges can be held in place with dental crowns or implants.
We can use a partial denture to replace several teeth or use a complete denture to replace an entire row. Dentures can be held in place with a combination of suction and dental adhesives or with dental implants. Dentures secured with implants are considered the better option in most cases.
These small, metal implant posts are placed into the jaw to serve as artificial tooth roots. We will use our advanced technology to determine precisely where each implant should be placed in the jaw. Once healed, dental implants can provide unmatched support for a crown, bridge, or denture.
If you don't have enough density and volume in the jaw, it won't be able to provide adequate support for dental implants. We can perform a bone graft procedure to add more volume to the jaw and improve your candidacy for implants.
We offer scaling and root planing to deep clean the fronts and backs of the teeth, the spaces between the teeth, and tooth structure below the gumline. This treatment is best suited to patients with gingivitis or moderate gum disease. For more advanced cases of gum disease, we can refer you to a trusted periodontist for more involved care.
More 5-Star Reviews
What a great dental experience for anyone who has had bad experiences in the past. Not only is everyone in the office friendly and inviting, but they truly know their stuff! The cleaning was quick and easy. I had to have a filling done and I felt no paid. Dr. Whiteman is a cheerful nice guy, one I would enjoy talking to even if he wasn't my dentist. Definitely 5 stars!View on Google
My wife is a patient and recommended Whiteman Dental to me. They do a great job! I liked them right away. They answer all questions, the work is great, and it's always a great experience. I highly recommend them! 2nd (new) review - I have been a patient for awhile. I had a great visit as always! Dr. Whiteman and the staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. Great job! I'd recommend to anyone that needs a dentist!View on Google