The Power Of Full-Mouth Reconstructions

Jan 10, 2017

When you see your smile in the mirror, do you think there are too many problems to fix? That is not true. Call us at at our Bridgeport/Trumbull dental office (203-372-1220) or our Shelton dental office (203-378-9737) and schedule a consultation and dental exam for a full-mouth reconstruction. Our dentists have incredible skill with restorative dentistry. They can repair the problems with your smile.

Full-Mouth Reconstructions Explained

Restorative dentistry repairs damage and replaces teeth. These treatments restore your smile to how it should be. A full-mouth reconstruction is a plan to use several restorative dentistry treatments until your smile is restored.

Which treatments to include depends on your unique situation. That’s why a full-mouth reconstruction starts by getting a thorough exam. Once complete, our dentists will talk to you about your dental health goals. In other words, what do you want for your smile? Together, you’ll work out a plan to restore your smile.

This way, our dentists can do the work in the right order. For example, it doesn’t make sense to use tooth bonding on teeth that will need a dental crown since the crown will cover up that tooth bonding anyway.

Call DeJesus Dental Group today and schedule your initial consultation for a full-mouth reconstruction. Because our dentists are both highly trained and skilled, your smile can soon be healthy and strong again.

Parts Of A Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Here are some of the restorative dentistry treatments you can get as part of your full-mouth reconstruction.


Although these are technically cosmetic dentistry, dental veneers can be restorative as well. If you have any damage on your teeth (such as chips or cracks), these will cover and seal up that damage. This protects the tooth and helps make sure the damage doesn’t get worse over time.

If you have damaged teeth, call us today. Our dentists are expertly trained on using dental veneers. As soon as they are placed on your teeth, your smile will look much better and healthier.


In this treatment, our dentists artfully flow a tooth-colored resin over your teeth. Then they thin it out and shape it carefully. Tooth bonding fills in any chips, cracks, craters, or similar damage. It even hides stains behind a healthy color.

Call either of our Connecticut dental offices today and schedule an appointment. It takes skill and experience to use tooth bonding correctly. Our dentists have plenty of both to help restore your smile with tooth bonding and a full-mouth reconstruction.


Cavities are a sad truth in dentistry. They’re the most common dental problem in the country. In the past, dentists used metal fillings to repair cavities. It works, but it tends to stand out. Still, you have to repair that cavity or it could threaten the whole tooth.

That’s why you should call DeJesus Dental Group today and schedule a full-mouth reconstruction. Our dentists are trained to use tooth-colored fillings that have no metal. They work just as well, too.


Dental crowns are caps that cover your teeth. Each is made to look like a real and healthy tooth. Our dentists can carefully place dental crowns over damaged or unsightly teeth. Since they cover the entire visible part of your tooth, they seal up and hide damaged spots.

By calling either of our Connecticut dental offices today, you can get a full-mouth reconstruction that includes dental crowns. They strengthen your teeth as well as restore them.


The bacteria behind cavities can sometimes get inside a tooth. When that happens, you often get a bad toothache. Worse, this infection can make your enamel brittle and easy to break. Thankfully, root canals remove infections and save teeth.

When you call DeJesus Dental Group today, you can include a root canal in your full-mouth reconstruction. The idea that root canals are very painful is just a myth. They are no more painful than getting a cavity filled.


Missing a tooth is a big problem. Thankfully, our dentists are highly trained in a big solution: dental implants. These are as close to regrowing your lost teeth as modern technology allows. You’ll get an artificial root and a natural-looking replacement tooth set in the empty space in your smile.

Call us TODAY at our Bridgeport/Trumbull dental office (203-372-1220) or our Shelton dental office (203-378-9737) to schedule an appointment for dental cleanings and dental exams. You can also book an initial consultation online for a full-mouth reconstruction. Restorative dentistry can turn a damaged, even painful smile into one that’s healthy and pain-free. You just need to make the call first.

Disclaimer: The information provided in this blog is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Consult a qualified dental professional to determine the best dental/orthodontic treatment for your needs.