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Are you unhappy with your smile? Do you experience pain, discomfort, or difficulty when eating or speaking? Are you dealing with multiple oral health issues? If so, full mouth reconstruction may be the solution for you. Our Sharon cosmetic dentist, Alla Agamov, DMD, offers reconstructive services to help patients restore their teeth and achieve optimal oral health.

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction or full mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive dental treatment that involves restoring or rebuilding all of the teeth and other vital oral structures in the upper and lower jaws. This treatment is often necessary when a patient has extensive damage to their teeth or jawbone, such as trauma, decay, or bite problems.

Full mouth rehabilitation includes a combination of dental procedures tailored to the individual needs and goals of each patient. They’re often performed over a period of months to achieve the desired results.

Father and son, happy and smiling after dental bridges in Sharon.

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

There are many benefits to undergoing mouth reconstruction, including:

  • Improved Oral Health: Full mouth reconstruction can restore damaged or decayed teeth and address any underlying issues that may be causing discomfort or pain.
  • Improved Overall Health: Better oral health can improve your overall health by reducing the risk of diseases that can affect the rest of your body, such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
  • Enhanced Aesthetics: Mouth reconstruction can improve the appearance of your teeth, giving you a more attractive smile.
  • Increased Confidence: When you have a healthy, beautiful smile, you may feel more confident in your personal and professional life.
  • Better Function: Full mouth rehabilitation can improve your ability to eat, speak, and perform other daily activities that rely on your teeth.

Smile Makeovers vs. Full Mouth Reconstruction

Smile makeovers and full mouth reconstructions are dental treatments that aim to improve your smile, but they have different purposes. Smile makeovers enhance the appearance of your teeth and gums using treatments like teeth whitening, veneers, bonding, and gum contouring. Full mouth reconstructions restore oral health and function using a combination of cosmetic, restorative, and periodontal treatments.

The main difference between the two is that smile makeovers focus on cosmetic enhancements while full mouth reconstructions address a variety of oral health issues like missing teeth, tooth decay, gum disease, and bite problems. Your dentist will evaluate your oral health and goals to determine which treatment is right for you.

Who Qualifies for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction may be recommended for patients who have:

  • Multiple missing teeth or severe decay that cannot be addressed with traditional dental treatments
  • Jaw problems, such as misalignment or malocclusion
  • Chronic pain or discomfort in the mouth or jaw
  • Injuries or trauma that have resulted in significant damage to the teeth or jawbone
  • A desire to improve the appearance of their smile

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

This process involves a series of individual treatments customized to address each patient’s unique needs and goals. Here’s a closer look at what you can expect during the reconstruction process:


The first step in the full mouth reconstruction process is to schedule a consultation with an experienced dentist, such as Dr. Agamov at our Sharon, MA dental office. During this initial visit, your dentist will perform a thorough examination of your teeth and gums, including digital X-rays and other diagnostic tests.

Your dentist will also discuss your dental history, concerns, and goals to gain a better understanding of your needs. If you’re expecting to undergo a procedure that might be invasive or time-consuming, we can offer sedation dentistry to keep you calm and relaxed.

Treatment Plan

Once your dentist has evaluated your oral health and discussed your goals, they’ll create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs. This plan may involve a combination of cosmetic, cosmetic, and periodontal treatments to address issues such as missing teeth, tooth decay, gum disease, and bite problems. Your dentist will explain each treatment in detail and answer any questions you may have to ensure you fully understand your options.


Once your treatment plan is finalized, your dentist will schedule your full mouth reconstruction procedures. The treatments involved in your plan may vary depending on your individual needs and can include:

Restorative Procedures: Restorative treatments, such as dental implants, bridges, and crowns, repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. These procedures can improve your bite and restore your ability to chew and speak properly.

Periodontal Procedures: If you have gum disease, your dentist may recommend periodontal procedures such as scaling and root planing or laser gum surgery to treat the condition and improve the health of your gums.

Cosmetic Procedures: Cosmetic treatments, such as veneers, Lumineers, teeth whitening, and orthodontic treatments like Invisalign®, can enhance the appearance of your teeth and improve your confidence.

Follow-Up Care

After your full mouth reconstruction is complete, your dentist will schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your progress and ensure the long-term success of your treatment. These appointments may involve routine cleanings, X-rays, and other diagnostic tests to maintain your oral health.

First time here. Office was very clean and everyone was so nice and professional. Janice did such a great job cleaning my teeth. Dr. Agamov was very thorough and very personable. I definitely would recommend this dentist!

-Liliana B.


How long does full mouth reconstruction take?

The length of treatment for full mouth reconstruction can vary depending on the individual patient’s needs and goals. Some patients may require only a few appointments, while others may need multiple procedures performed over the course of several months.

Will I be in pain during full mouth reconstruction?

Dentists take great care to ensure their patients are comfortable and pain-free during all dental procedures. They’ll often use local anesthesia and other pain management techniques to minimize discomfort.

Will my insurance cover full mouth reconstruction?

The extent of insurance coverage for full mouth reconstruction will depend on the specifics of your dental insurance plan. Your dental team can work with you to determine your coverage and any out-of-pocket costs that may be associated with your treatment.

What is the recovery time for full mouth reconstruction?

The recovery time for full mouth reconstruction can vary depending on the specific procedures involved in your treatment plan. Some patients may experience minimal discomfort and resume their normal activities within a few days, while others may require a longer recovery period. Your dentist will provide specific aftercare instructions to ensure a smooth recovery.

Before & After Results

Enjoy a Better Smile with Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you’re ready to restore your smile and achieve optimal oral health, contact Dr. Agamov’s dental office today. We proudly serve the Sharon, Stoughton, Foxborough, and Canton, MA areas, and we’re committed to providing our patients with the highest quality dental care. Call or click the button below to schedule your consultation today. Learn more about how full mouth reconstruction can improve your smile, your health, and your life.

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