Full Mouth Reconstruction

Avoiding the dentist can lead to widespread dental issues that can severely compromise your oral health and overall well-being.

Gregory E. Anderson PC, offers patients in Logan and Garland, UT, a range of restorative dental treatments in a judgment-free environment.

Dr. Anderson can rebuild your smile, restore your oral health, and improve your self-confidence with a custom full mouth reconstruction.

What Is a Full Mouth


A full mouth reconstruction combines treatments to restore the form and function of your smile. Unlike cosmetic dentistry, which focuses on transforming smile aesthetics, full mouth reconstruction focuses on improving the health of your entire mouth to create a full, functional smile. Veneers, dental bonding, and other cosmetic dentistry treatments may be incorporated into a full mouth reconstruction, but dental implants and restorations are more common, as the main focus is on the patient's dental health.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Diagram including Dental Implants, Dental Crown, Dentures, Filling, and Periodontal Care
Combining various dental treatments can transform the function of your smile.

See How You Can Benefit From Full Mouth Reconstruction Request a Consultation

Dr. Gregory E. Anderson has nearly three decades' worth of experience treating complex dental health concerns. By combining multiple treatments, Dr. Anderson can give you teeth worth smiling about. As a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Anderson stays up-to-date with the latest advancements in the dental health world to provide his patients with efficient service and outstanding results.

If you have multiple dental health concerns, you may benefit from full mouth reconstruction. Contact us to set up an appointment at our Logan or Garland, UT, dentistry offices: 

(435) 755-5000

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"I received the greatest care and service here with Dr. Anderson. His team of nurses and the doctor himself was very forthcoming with everything they were going to do and attentive to every concern and need I had. Highly recommend for dental work." Deven Ferlin

Why Choose Gregory E. Anderson PC?

More than just a general dentist, Dr. Anderson is an oral surgeon who has been serving patients in the communities of Logan and Garland, UT, for nearly three decades. Other reasons to consider Gregory E. Anderson PC for full mouth reconstruction include:

Board Certification

Dr. Anderson is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who offers a full scope of surgical procedures including dental implant surgery, tooth extractions, and corrective jaw surgery.

Sedation Options

Don't let your fear of the dentist stop you from getting the care you need. Dr. Anderson offers options to help even the most nervous patient relax during treatment including nitrous oxide and intravenous (IV) sedation.

One-Stop Shop

Restore your smile from our oral and maxillofacial surgery offices in Logan and Garland, Utah. Whether you are interested in a cosmetic treatment like veneers or restorative services such as dental crowns or dentures, Dr. Anderson can help.

"Just so efficient and professional staff was amazing and had two extractions and did in such a timely manner I recommend Dr Anderson anytime for reliable service and great customer service."
Jordan Donavan

Can I Afford Full Mouth Reconstruction?

The team at Gregory E. Anderson PC strives to provide patients with expert care at affordable prices. Our fees are generally 20-25% less than other oral surgeons in northern Utah. We accept most insurance plans and our friendly office staff will be happy to file all the necessary paperwork with your provider so that you can make the most of your benefits.

For patients without insurance, or for those interested in managing their out-of-pocket expenses, we offer in-office financing, as well as third-party financing through CareCredit®. We also accept Medicaid. Our flexible financing plans allow patients to get the care they need while providing payment plans that meet their budgetary needs.

Our team will be glad to answer any questions you have about your insurance benefits or financing options during your next visit to our offices in Logan and Garland.

Do You Qualify for Treatment?  Request a Consultation

If you have multiple oral health concerns, a full mouth reconstruction may be the right treatment for you. Dr. Gregory E. Anderson can help you determine if full mouth reconstruction is a good option and help you proceed with a treatment plan that will meet all your dental needs.

Dr. Anderson offers care to children and adults of all ages. He also strives to make his practice an accessible and comfortable environment for those with special needs. It's important to seek dental help as soon as possible to prevent further complications.

Contact our dentistry offices in Logan or Garland, UT, or give us a call at:

(435) 755-5000

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Thomas Carter

Logan, UT


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Had implants put in very nice staff and professional

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Rebecca McGarry

Logan, UT


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Greg is so knowledgeable and skilled. He's an excellent surgeon. He has completed many procedures for myself and my family. Highly recommended!

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Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures Dr. Anderson Performs

Dr. Anderson is more than a general dentist; he's an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. His specialized knowledge and training allow him to perform a wide variety of treatments to aid in a full mouth reconstruction successfully. Popular procedures for reconstructive surgery are:

Dental Implants

Dental implants are the only way to prevent jaw deterioration after losing teeth. Dr. Anderson can place dental implants and refer you to a dentist for your restoration.

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Gum Disease Treatment

If a patient has gum disease, gingivectomy treatment is the first procedure Dr. Anderson will complete. Once the disease is cleared, Dr. Anderson can move on to other restoration treatments.

Learn About Gingivectomy

Tooth Extraction

Dr. Anderson will always try to save the patient's natural teeth. However, sometimes a tooth extraction is necessary to maintain good oral health. Once the tooth is extracted, Dr. Anderson can place an implant. 

Learn About Tooth Extraction

Corrective Jaw Surgery

When orthodontic measures to correct abnormal jaw placement fail, corrective jaw surgery can help patients relieve their jaw pain and restore its function.

Learn About Corrective Jaw Surgery

TMJ Treatment

Dr. Anderson offers both surgical and non-surgical treatments for patients with a TMJ disorder. Often, multiple forms of treatment can be combined to address the problem. 

Learn About TMJ Treatment

Take a Closer Look at Dental Implants

Dental implant surgery is one of Dr. Anderson's most popular procedures. Implants are regularly placed after a tooth extraction to return full function of the mouth and prevent jaw atrophy. Restorations like dental crowns, bridges, and dentures can benefit from implant support.

When combined with other restorative procedures, dental implants can enhance a full mouth reconstruction procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions About Full Mouth Reconstruction

Q. Will dental insurance cover a full mouth rehabilitation?

A. What dental insurance covers will vary based on the specific plan and provider. However, most insurances will cover some of the cost of your treatment plan. It is important to remember that most plans do not cover implants or cosmetic dentistry treatments like veneers.

Q. How much will my full mouth reconstruction cost?

A. Because full mouth reconstruction is customized and will vary based on each patient's unique needs, it is impossible to provide an accurate quote without an initial consultation. For example, an implant-supported crown will not cost as much as an implant-supported denture. Once your dentist develops your treatment plan, we will be able to provide you with an accurate quote and verify any insurance coverage so you can properly plan and budget.

Q. How long will a full mouth reconstruction take?

A. This will vary from patient to patient based on your treatment plan. Implants often require several months for placement and healing, whereas traditional restorations, like dentures, may only take a few weeks to craft. Before you begin your full mouth rehabilitation, we will provide you with a timeline.

Q. How long does it take to heal from full mouth reconstruction?

A. Each treatment is different and has varied healing times. For example, implants take about three to six months to fully heal, while wisdom tooth removal is only about one to two weeks. Your dental team will provide you with all recovery information during each step of your treatment process. It is also important to remember that your healing time may vary as each patient is unique and may heal faster or slower than others.

Have more questions? Contact our office in Logan or Garland, UT, today.

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Linda Bradak

Logan, UT


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I felt exceedingly well cared for by Dr. Anderson and his staff. Though this immediate post-op period isn't fun, I am confident that all will be "blue skies and green lights" again soon.

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Sadie Sessions

Logan, UT


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Dr. Anderson and staff were so nice and helpful! They were efficient but thorough for the exam and were able to answer all my questions. I would definitely recommend their office to friends and family!

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Dr. Gregory E. Anderson PC

Gregory E. Anderson PC

Dr. Anderson is an oral and maxillofacial plastic and reconstructive surgeon whose qualifications include:

  • Board certification by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Graduated magna cum laude from the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry
  • Diplomate of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

He is dedicated to helping patients in Logan, Garland, and surrounding areas overcome facial pain, injuries, and other conditions to improve your quality of life. Learn more about the specialized treatment he can provide by contacting our office online or calling (435) 755-5000.

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