Full Mouth Restoration Process:

A full mouth restoration, also called a full mouth reconstruction or full mouth rehabilitation is a process to rebuild or restore all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. A full mouth restoration combines cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth.

The process includes many procedures that may include dental implants, dental crowns, cosmetic dentistry, veneers and even dental surgery. Goodness Dental’s talented team of experienced professionals includes maxillofacial surgeons (TMJ, jaw repositioning, bite issues), prosthodontists (crowns & veneers), endodontists (tooth pulp and root canals), periodontists (gums and gum health), general dentists and more. Our team of trained specialists will evaluate your needs from multiple perspectives to determine the most comprehensive and best long-term solution for your health and happiness.

A Prosthodontist, Endodontist, Periodontist, and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon will evaluate your needs at the first appointment for a complete extensive clinical examination. A final treatment plan and schedule will be agreed upon. Time permitting on the same day, the periodontist and/or oral surgeon will get to work. You will receive a deep cleaning and cosmetic contouring of the gum tissue from the periodontist, and if necessary, extractions, bone grafts, implants to replace missing teeth or support bridges by the oral surgeon. If root canal therapy is required, the endodontist will provide the service on the following day(s). Finally our prosthodontist will prepare the teeth for crowns or veneers. A provisional prosthesis is provided for your use until the permanent restorations are placed. The final restorations are permanently fixed to the supporting teeth. We will adjust to ensure a perfect fit over the following days to ensure your complete comfort.

The time frame to accomplish this extensive procedure is approximately two weeks. During this time, while the dental lab is preparing your final restorations, you will also be able to visit many incredible destinations in Costa Rica.

Should you get a full mouth restoration?

Have you lost teeth or do you suffer from the following?

• Tooth decay or trauma

• Cracked or fractured teeth

• Worn or damaged teeth from acid erosion, acid reflux or grinding

• Bone loss from poor oral hygiene

• TMJ, jaw, muscle or headache pain requiring jaw or bite adjustments (occlusion)

At Goodness Dental, our full mouth restorations come with a lifetime guarantee for titanium dental implants and a limited guarantee for all restorations.

We stand behind our work, and we'll put it in writing!


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