At Lexington Heights Dental, we are proud to offer full-mouth reconstruction because it addresses all of your dental problems from the foundation up. By inspecting the framework of your smile and jawbone using digital imaging, our team can better determine how to improve the health and appearance of your teeth, mouth tissue and jawbone. By first recognizing the condition of your neuromuscular health, such as your bite, jaw joint, mouth muscles and nerves, Dr. Lohner and Dr. Jimmer can ensure that all of the elements that are essential to the function of your mouth are treated. Secondly, we treat the structural flaws that exist within your smile. Though focused primarily on your oral health, full-mouth reconstruction may also incorporate cosmetic solutions. After all, we want to craft your smile into a disease-free, beautiful piece of art that showcases your personality and highlights your beauty.


What Problems Can Be Repaired With a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Unlike a smile makeover, a full-mouth reconstruction is geared toward improving and restoring your dental health. When you have a strong, healthy set of teeth, then your bite will function well, your jaw will experience less strain and you can have a more beautiful smile. A few of the problems we repair with full-mouth reconstruction include:

  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Cracked or fractured teeth
  • Tooth decay
  • One or more missing teeth
  • Infection
  • Dental injury or trauma


What Procedures Do We Use for a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Because this reconstruction is meant to repair your entire mouth, our dentists and team use several different treatments and procedures to complete it. Some of the services we use for a full-mouth reconstruction include:

  • Dental bonding
  • Dental bridges
  • Dental crowns
  • Dental fillings
  • Dental implants
  • Dental inlays or onlays
  • Dental veneers
  • Dentures (complete or partial)
  • Root canal treatment (endodontics)
  • Tooth extraction


Contact Lexington Heights Dental for a Full-Mouth Reconstruction

If you have a mouth full of decayed, missing, infected or damaged teeth, schedule an appointment with our dental team so we can heal your smile. Call our office today if you would like to learn more about receiving a full-mouth reconstruction in Cedar Hills, Utah. We are glad to also welcome patients from throughout the neighboring areas, including Alpine, Lehi, American Fork and Orem, Utah.