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Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you suffer from widespread tooth decay and disease, you may feel like you never want to smile again.

A full mouth reconstruction from South Point Family Dentistry combines restorative treatments in a plan tailored to your unique needs.

Visit our Belmont, NC, dentists to restore your oral health and repair your smile. 

The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction 

Pain Relief

Poor dental care can cause pain in your mouth, jaw, and head. Conditions like TMJ disorders and toothaches can negatively affect your quality of life. Full mouth reconstruction can address multiple causes of pain by the end of your treatment plan.

Smile Enhancement

Restorative and cosmetic treatments can give you a healthy, beautiful smile. This often leads to increased self-confidence. 

Improved Function

Teeth that are misaligned or missing can make it harder to eat certain foods. Your speaking ability can also improve with new restorations.  

We Can Enhance Your Smile

Contact Our Belmont, NC, Office Today

Full mouth reconstruction can improve your oral health and give you a smile you'll be proud to share. Patients who undergo full mouth reconstruction treatment with our dentists can not only smile again after leaving our Belmont, NC, dental office, but also eat with ease and speak clearly.

It doesn't matter if you have infected teeth, missing teeth, or had poor dental care—South Point Family Dentistry can restore your oral health with a personalized treatment plan. We're happy to help patients in Charlotte and surrounding areas. Contact us online or call:

(704) 825-5111

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Do Any of These Conditions Apply to Your Smile? We Can Provide Dental Care Treatment

Root Canal Infection

Our Belmont dentists can remove an infection from a tooth with a root canal treatment, relieving discomfort and keeping the infection from spreading. A dental crown can be placed to protect the remaining tooth structure. If the tooth is too compromised, an extraction may be needed to preserve your oral health.

Gum Disease and Recession

Your gum tissue can recede due to periodontal disease, daily wear, and grinding or clenching your teeth. Our gum disease treatments can remove tartar and plaque from below your gumline and help your gums reattach to your teeth, improving the overall health of your mouth.

Missing Teeth

A missing tooth will cause your other teeth to shift position. Not only do missing teeth make it harder to eat and speak, but they also lead to tissue loss and sunken facial features. A few missing teeth can be replaced with a bridge or partial denture, while traditional or dental implant-supported dentures replace a full arch. 

Belmont, NC, Loves Our Staff and Our Comfortable Care


Tonya Bradley

Belmont, NC


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I have been scared to go to the dentist for a while but they are absolutely amazing here. Katie was very patient with me and made 100% sure I was comfortable the entire time. I will never go to another dentist besides South point family dentistry. All of the staff are so kind.

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Greg Erickson

Belmont, NC


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This place fixed my dental issues when I relocated to this area in 2016. They will take good care of you. This practice will attend to your dental health and will make sure that you are comfortable. All of the staff members have a smile and they want you to leave on a happy feeling!

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Dental Implants Are a Lifetime Solution
to Replace Missing Teeth

While the typical restoration can last 10 years or longer, implants last a lifetime. Prosthetics that are anchored by implants are more secure than traditional restorations and maintain jawbone integrity. No matter how many teeth you need to extract or replace, there is an implant-supported restoration that will give you a full smile. 

Dental Crowns

With an implant-supported crown, an artificial tooth is attached to the implant to replace a single lost tooth. The crowns are crafted in shape and color to match your natural teeth.

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges fill in the gap created by multiple missing teeth in a row. Traditional bridges require crowning the teeth surrounding the gap. Implant-supported bridges eliminate the need to reshape your healthy teeth.

Full or Partial Dentures

Traditional dentures can be unstable and are known to slip out of place. Implant-supported dentures are firmly fixed in your mouth, eliminating the fear of them slipping out.

Cosmetic Dentistry That Complements Full Mouth Reconstruction

After your restorative treatments, South Point Family Dentistry can combine cosmetic procedures to give your smile an even more stunning appearance. Two treatment options that go well with a full mouth reconstruction include:
Dental Bonding Before and After


Dental bonding uses a tooth-colored resin to correct and conceal chips, cracks, and other minor imperfections. 

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Teeth Whitening

Our take-home teeth whitening kits can be used in accordance with your schedule to give you a more radiant smile.

More Patients Who Are Thankful for Our Charlotte-Area Dentist's Office 


Reginald B

Belmont, NC


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I had a wonderful and informative experience. Amber and Dr. Starr were great. I'm a stickler on professionalism and presentation and they had both plus some. Highly recommended.

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Rose “Puppeteer” Reaper

Belmont, NC


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Everyone there is super friendly and communicative! You always know what's going on and what the plan is. I especially love my doctor, Dr. Ashley Starr. I feel super cared for and in control when I do procedures and check-ups with her and the dental assistants.

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South Point Family Dentistry

Drs. Gary McCord, Ashley Starr, Matthew Rodda, and Andrew Price are highly trained dentists who combine advanced training and compassionate care to help patients of all ages achieve healthy, beautiful smiles. They are affiliated with prestigious organizations, including:

  • American Dental Association
  • North Carolina Dental Society
  • Academy of General Dentistry

We work with most insurance plans and offer financing. To visit our office, request an appointment online or call us at (704) 825-5111.

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