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Recover Your Smile With A Full Mouth Restoration in Sydney-Pitt Street Dental Centre

Full Mouth Reconstruction commonly refers to the restoration or rebuilding of all one’s teeth in the upper and lower jaw. Full mouth reconstruction does not only apply with one who is completely edentulous (missing all teeth) and in need of full dentures. Full mouth reconstruction will allow the dentist to repair multiple problems in the mouth at one time.

Patients do not need to worry since we will sit down with each patient and go over all of the details with that specific patient’s procedure. With full mouth reconstruction, each patient will need a treatment that is slightly different than another. By customizing the treatment to each individual, the dentists at Pitt St Dental Centre can help ensure that the patient is completely satisfied with the result. There are multiple reasons as to why a patient may need full mouth reconstruction, including trauma, infection and long-term wear.


A full mouth restoration, also known as full mouth rehabilitation, bundles multiple dental treatments into one tailored package.

The goal of a restoration plan is to rebuild your confidence, brighten your smile and treat any underlying oral health concerns.

Depending on your personal needs, your dentist may combine cosmetic dentistry treatments with orthodontic procedures to address underlying issues and aesthetics together.


At Pitt St Dental Centre in Sydney,  we will ensure that each patient receives the best full mouth reconstruction for his or her needs. We can reconstruct a mouth with a variety of dental tools and options at our disposal. The tools, options and restorations for a full mouth reconstruction include:

The look of the teeth, in relation to the face, lips, and mouth, their size, color and proportion, are one of the fundamentals factors in the success of full mouth rehabilitation cases.

These dental procedures may be involved, dependent on the condition:


Teeth professional cleaning and periodontal maintenance.


Crown lengthening to uncover healthy tooth for crowns and bridges construction.


Orthodontic repositioning of teeth and or maybe in severe cases orthognathic surgeries.


Gum contouring for pink aesthetics.


Porcelain Veneerscrowns, inlays, onlays, and bridges.


Restoration of any cavities.


Restoration of endodntically treated teeth.


Implant placement as a way to replace missing teeth and preserve the remaining bone structure and better aesthetics.


Temporary restorations for new occlusal bite accommodation and relief of temporary mandibular joint.


Soft tissue and bone graft could be needed for support in some cases that needs reconstruction and massive defects.

These are only a few of the possible treatment options. The difference between a full mouth reconstruction and cosmetic dental care is that a full mouth reconstruction is a necessity and not a choice. Our team is skilled in full mouth reconstructions and will make sure the final product is to the patient’s liking.

Some patients may have concerns over the price of full mouth reconstructions and avoid the necessary treatment. The longer one goes without the necessary treatment, the great the pain and risk. For instance, an adult who loses a tooth and does not seek treatment will allow the jaw to weaken over time. If the jaw weakens enough, then there will not be a way to install a dental implant in the gap.

In other cases, a gap can become infected just as a tooth can; especially if the individual does not keep it clean. The full mouth reconstruction process will take multiple appointments to customize the restoration and then install it. However, it will be worth it since the restoration will give back complete functionality of the teeth. We will be careful and precise during the installation process, making sure that each restoration is complete to perfection.


Your dentist might recommend a full mouth rehabilitation plan for many different reasons. In general, if you have overlapping cosmetic and general dentistry needs, you could be a candidate for a comprehensive restoration plan: