Full Mouth Reconstructions

If you have lost all or most of your teeth, your life will be affected in many ways. Not least, of course, your self-esteem, as having many or all your teeth missing or in poor condition can make you very self-conscious about smiling, causing you to hide your mouth behind your hands when you smile or laugh. However, losing many teeth can have other implications on your health and wellbeing. You won’t be able to eat many of your favourite foods, and healthy options such as fresh fruit and vegetables could be off the menu as you will have trouble biting or chewing without teeth. This can have a serious impact on your general health.

At Dental Excellence we take a holistic approach to dental care. Our concerns are not just about the cosmetic appearance of your smile, but of the health of the whole patient.

That’s why we offer full mouth reconstructions with dental implants (titanium screws that act like tooth roots) to patients who have lost all or several of their teeth. Dental implants will give you back not just a healthy, happy smile, but will also enable you to eat whatever you like.

Our dental implant team is led by specialists and backed by oral surgeons, giving all of our patients a safe and seamless service every time. Full mouth reconstruction with dental implants is a permanent, stable and strong solution that leaves you with the feeling of a whole new

Our implants offer a secure solution for every situation. They are permanent, stable and strong, giving you the feeling of having your own teeth back.

The good news is that you don’t need as many implants as teeth for a full mouth reconstruction. In most cases, a full set of lower jaw teeth can be supported by two-four implants and the upper jaw six implants.

In some cases, it’s possible to have your implants and tooth restorations fitted on the same day, using our revolutionary Same-Day Teeth service. Please visit our Same-Day Teeth page for full details.

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    1. Free consultations are to discuss options and suitability for treatment. Subsequent clinical examinations and diagnostic tests required, and any associated costs will be discussed prior to treatment commencing.
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