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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Missing teeth, decay, and gum disease all have a serious effect on the condition and appearance of your mouth.

Full mouth reconstruction at Sonoran Dental Design combines restorative treatments for a full range of oral health problems.

Learn how Dr. Ann Sielicki in Scottsdale, AZ, serving Greater Phoenix, uses the latest dentistry procedures to revitalize patient health.

Understanding the Basics How Full Mouth Reconstruction Works

Full mouth reconstruction completely revitalizes and restores a patient's oral health. Each customized treatment plan addresses a patient's unique needs.

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Treating Complicated Problems

Full mouth restorations are ideal for people who suffer from complicated dental issues. This could mean advanced cases of tooth decay, dental fractures, periodontal disease, or poor jaw function.

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Combining Multiple Procedures

To treat complex health issues, a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures is used. That includes dental implants, custom restorations, periodontal therapy, and even porcelain veneers.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Explained by Dr. Ann Sielicki

Improving the Health &
Appearance of Your Smile

Multiple oral health problems before full mouth reconstruction
Before This patient suffered from severe wear and tear due to teeth grinding (bruxism) and acid erosion.
The beneficial results of a full mouth restoration
After We revitalized his smile with porcelain crowns, dental veneers, gum revision, and orthodontics.

Treatment Time Frames For Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures

Below are general treatment time frames for full mouth reconstruction procedures. We'll provide a detailed treatment breakdown during your consultation with us in Scottsdale, AZ.
Common full mouth reconstruction treatments have different timelines, so no two treatment plans are quite the same. During your consultation, we'll determine which procedures are best for you and develop a step-by-step plan for your new smile.
Common full mouth reconstruction treatments have different timelines, so no two treatment plans are quite the same. During your consultation, we'll determine which procedures are best for you and develop a step-by-step plan for your new smile.

One Day

Placing a simple restoration such as a filling takes a day. We can also create custom dental crowns in a day thanks to CEREC® technology.

One Week

It takes a week to implement periodontal disease treatment. Some additional restorative procedures may be needed to enhance the gumline.

Two Weeks

For veneers, dentures, and any other dental restorations or appliances that are crafted at an off-site lab, treatment requires two weeks.

Three to Six Months

Placing dental implants takes several months. Implants must fuse with the jawbone (osseointegration) to support a bridge, crown, or denture.

Six to Nine Months

Bone grafting and gum augmentation may be required before placing implants, extending the time needed for implant dentistry.
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Insurance and Financing For Full Mouth Reconstruction

Most of the procedures commonly included in full mouth reconstruction are considered restorative dentistry, so they should be eligible for partial or full coverage through your insurance. We accept most types of dental insurance, as well as cash, check, and most major credit cards.

Are you uninsured or concerned about high out-of-pocket costs? You have options. We also accept financing through CareCredit®. With this flexible financing option, you can secure a low- or no-interest credit line for your dental work that's repayable in manageable monthly installments.

Are Your Concerns Primarily Cosmetic?
Consider a Smile Makeover

Full mouth reconstruction is a great choice if you want to tackle multiple oral health concerns at once. But what about cosmetic flaws? If you're looking to comprehensively beautify your smile, a smile makeover may be right for you.

Smile makeovers are just like full mouth reconstruction, but they include procedures like veneers, teeth whitening, and gum contouring—anything that improves the shape, shade, or symmetry of your smile can be part of your custom treatment plan.

Of course, we can always add procedures like implants or a root canal to your smile makeover if you'd like. After all, it's a plan designed just for you. Interested in learning more? Send us a message at any time.

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Putting Patients First "The staff knows who you are."


Michael Hagg

Scottsdale, AZ


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The office presents an air of detail and professionalism. The staff is very welcoming and knows who you are. The technician was concerned with my comfort and was detailed with her assessment and evaluation. As a person that avoided the dentist until necessary the hesitation is gone. I would highly recommend Sonoran Dental and my hygienist Kempa Burd to everyone.

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William Bacon

Scottsdale, AZ


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I arrived early and was taken right in. Dental assistant was great and prepared me for the dentist. Dentist was very good and I would come here again! I am a snowbird from Canada but I would pick these folks as my regular dental care group. They are that good.

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Dr. Ann Sielicki

Sonoran Dental Design

Sonoran Dental Design is a high-tech dental practice in Scottsdale, AZ, that prioritizes patient care and comfort. Dr. Ann Sielicki is a dentist who is highly trained and committed to continued education. Dr. Sielicki is affiliated with:

  • The American Dental Association
  • The Arizona Dental Association
  • The Central Arizona Dental Association
  • Spear Education's Advanced Continuum (Visiting Faculty Club Member)
  • Seattle Study Club (Participating Member)

We invite you to request an appointment with our practice by filling out our online form or calling (480) 419-9595.

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