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Rating: 5

Dr. Peter W. Fry, DDS Reviewed by
Melissa W. A Google User


Dr Fry and his staff have been so amazing! I am so happy with the work he did on my teeth - everything looks natural and as perfect as real teeth should look ! And I really love the fact he is holistic too. Highly recommend this practice for quality and safe dental care.

Full Mouth Reconstruction


"Dr Fry and his staff have been so amazing! I am so happy with the work he did on my teeth - everything looks natural and as perfect as real teeth should look ! And I really love the fact he is holistic too. Highly recommend this practice for quality and safe dental care."
~ MW
It is the goal of your dentist to preserve the health of your teeth as much as possible through preventative measures. When restorations are necessary, Dr. Fry looks to intrude on mother nature as little as possible. There are cases, however, where the mouth is in dire need of complete mouth rehabilitation. This in-depth treatment will most likely involve Dr. Fry as the restorative dentist, as well as highly skilled specialists like the oral surgeon, periodontist (gum health specialist), or endodontist (tooth pulp specialist), orthodontist as needed.

Some of the common factors that lead to a full mouth reconstruction include:
  • Extensive decay leading to tooth loss.
  • Injury that leaves teeth fractured, chipped, or lost.
  • Long-term acid erosion from food, drink, or acid reflux that leads to severe wear.
  • Long-term tooth grinding that leads to extreme wear.
  • Persistent headaches or jaw pain due to poor alignment (occlusion) of the bite or jaw joint (TMD/TMJ).
A full mouth reconstruction is not quickly recommended; this type of work can take a year or two to complete, and is considered very carefully through comprehensive evaluation of :
  • Teeth: During preliminary examinations, Dr. Fry evaluates the condition of all teeth in order to determine if decay is present and, if so, to what degree. This evaluation helps us to determine what type of restorative care is needed, ranging from fillings to crowns to root canal therapy.
  • Gums: While assessing teeth, Dr. Fry also pays close attention to the overall appearance of gum tissue. When the gums appear to be red or swollen, gingivitis or periodontal disease may be an issue. Advanced cases of gum disease, called periodontal disease, require more comprehensive treatment. Depending on the severity of periodontal disease, a specialist may need to be involved in the restoration of oral health.
  • Bite relationship problems (teeth don't fit together properly): Especially when a patient is suffering jaw pain, or persistent headaches, attention will also be given to the jaw bone and the joints that give aid to chewing function. In some cases, the bite may be corrected with orthodontics. In others, a specific treatment such as a dental device to be worn during sleep may be the most suitable option. Adjusting how the teeth fit together and replacing any missing spaces may solve the problems.
  • Aesthetics: Every person wants to feel good about the appearance of his or her smile. When imperfections lead to lack of confidence, cosmetic treatments may be beneficial.
Our priority is your satisfaction with the function and beauty of your smile. If you suspect you may need reconstructive procedures, contact us for your comprehensive consultation with Dr. Fry.
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