How Much Does a Full Mouth Restoration Cost?

Full Mouth Reconstruction Costs Explained

Have you heard about this procedure but have questions about the costs involved, prices for various procedures and related fees? Nuvia Dental Implant Center is here to shed light on all your most pressing questions and get you the help you need to take back control of your oral health and beautiful smile.

What Is Full Mouth Restoration and What Does it Cost?

Before we dive into the costs, it is important to understand what the process entails and the types of procedures that may be necessary as part of the entire restoration process. These procedures will directly impact the total cost of the process.

Smile Restoration

Also referred to as Smile Restoration, or “FMR”, Full Mouth Reconstruction is a term used to represent a series of restorative dental procedures aimed at restoring the form, function and aesthetics of your teeth.

For those with missing, broken or decaying teeth, a full-mouth restoration can restore health, the ability to eat, speak and smile with confidence.

Unlike cosmetic procedures, the primary goal of FMR is, first and foremost, to address medical issues related to decaying, missing, or broken teeth.

This full mouth rehabilitation and reconstruction process concurrently restores and rebuilds the teeth in your upper and lower jaws, often employing the use of crowns, bridges, veneers or dental implants.

Full Set of Dental Implants

For those needing a full-mouth restoration, dental implants are often the preferred and most desirable solution. This permanent alternative to bridges and dentures provides a reliable, comfortable, and aesthetically beautiful option for those in need of full mouth restoration. Advancements in dentistry now make it possible to replace an entire upper and lower set of teeth on just a handful of posts, eliminating the need for replacing individual teeth one by one.

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How Much Will Full Mouth Restoration Cost You?

There is a lot of misinformation about the prices, fees and costs associated with full mouth makeover, with reconstruction costs often cited online as between $30,000-$50,000 on average.

However, that is not always the case. Each patient’s needs and situation is unique, requiring a custom-tailored approach and a set of procedures that will differ wildly from one individual to the next.

Breaking Down Fees and Costs of Services

Treatments may involve or include dental fillings, crowns, bridges, veneers, or implants of varying types. Although we can’t give you an exact price without an evaluation and consultation, we can provide you with some general fee ranges when it comes to individual procedures that might be a part of your smile makeover and restoration process.


  1. Crowns: Prosthetic tooth often made from ceramic and meant to mimic the natural form and function of your natural teeth. Generally cost between $1200-$1500 each.
  2. Dental Implants: Permanent replacement for missing teeth or an extracted tooth. Available as individual implants or as full mouth (upper and lower arch) replacements. Generally, cost $2000-$4000 each or up to $20,000+ for full mouth replacement.
  3. Dental Bridges: Used to ‘bridge’ a gap where there are missing teeth, anchoring to neighboring teeth with replacement teeth situated in the ‘gap’. Often cost between $3500-$4500.
  4. Fillings: Ranking among the most common of procedures, fillings fill in the space left from the removal of a cavity. Made from durable resin, fillings typically cost $200-$300 per tooth.

Get a Consultation and Find Out How Affordable Your Very Own Full Mouth Restoration Will Be

Call or message our clinic today for an expert consultation and evaluation where we can assess your oral health and go over your options. Our team is dedicated to helping patients overcome dental challenges, find affordable solutions, and giving them a smile that they can be proud of.

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