If your teeth and mouth have been severely damaged by injury or accident, Dr. Joe Jeppson offers full mouth dental reconstruction. Our dentist provides a variety of dental treatments that can fit your specific needs, with treatments ranging from dental bridges to veneers and root canals. If you need full mouth dental reconstruction in Provo, Utah, call Jeppson Dental at 801-356-7701 to schedule your appointment today.

Full mouth reconstruction is a dental treatment that can restore your smile if it has been severely injured, damaged, or decayed. Full mouth reconstruction often involves restoring many or all of the teeth in the mouth. Depending on your specific dental needs, full mouth reconstruction can include several types of dental treatments, including:
• Dental bonding
• Dental bridges
• Dental crowns
• Dental fillings
• Dental implants
• Dental inlays or onlays
• Dental veneers
• Periodontal (gum) treatment
• Root canal treatment
• Tooth extraction

Our office can also attach your existing dentures to dental implants, and implants may be the perfect option if your teeth are failing. You can contact our office to make an appointment for a free implant consultation to see if this treatment will benefit you. With a secure smile, you will be more confident in your appearance, and will be able to speak and eat effectively once again. A complete smile will also ensure that any remaining teeth keep their proper alignment, and that your jaw bone remains healthy.
During your personalized consultation with our team, we will help you determine which of our high-quality treatments are best suited to improving your smile. The goal of full mouth reconstruction is to restore the health, function, and appearance of your smile. Our experienced dentist and team are pleased to provide full mouth reconstruction to help you achieve a healthier, more attractive smile.

You may benefit from full mouth reconstruction if your smile is affected by any of the following dental problems:
• Chipped or broken teeth
• Cracked or fractured teeth
• Tooth decay
• Periodontal disease (gum disease)
• One or more missing teeth
• Infection
• Dental injury or trauma

If you believe that you may need full mouth reconstruction, we encourage you to call or visit our practice today. We are eager to care for your smile!