How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?

In this video, Dr. Rameek McNair explains the varying time frames for full mouth reconstruction, depending on factors like existing teeth and extractions.

Full mouth reconstruction procedure can vary on the amount of time that it takes. And it depends. Does the patient have teeth, or do they not have teeth? Is it a case where we do not have to extract anything? If we don’t have to extract anything, it goes pretty quickly.

It could be from 30 minutes to 40 minutes. If there’s a number of teeth to remove, it could take a little longer if I had to estimate 60 minutes or so. Many times in these cases, especially extraction cases, we sedate the patients so they know they went to the dentist, but they don’t remember the details, and they just have a good time, and you just have to have someone bring you and take you home. So come in for the complimentary implant consultation so we can see what we can do for you.

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At Aspire Dental Group, our experience, unrivaled technology, and caring service provide a comforting experience to our patients that is hard to find in other dental offices. Dr. Robert Harvey and Dr. Rameek Mcnair combined have over 45 years of experience in dentistry. Our goal is to always deliver extraordinary care to every patient. We will go the extra mile for you 6 days a week!

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