We are all about creating beautiful smiles and delightful experiences with advanced dentistry.

Today, individuals no longer have to live with the embarrassment of missing teeth. Options to “fill the gaps” have never been better. Those with incomplete smiles no longer have to grapple with ill-fitting, fake-looking false teeth. Modern dentistry is truly life-changing. And our talented dentist at All About Beautiful Smiles, Dr. Tejumade St. Matthew-Daniel, is experienced in all of the techniques, technologies, and products that modern dentistry has to offer to valued patients in Orlando, Central Florida, and beyond. 

Due to Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel’s investments in continuing education and advanced technology, no case is too big for us – including complex full-mouth rehabilitation. Regardless of your needs, our team lives up to our name, supporting utmost patient satisfaction with treatment outcomes by personalizing each step in the process. Furthermore, Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel has written the book on the ingredients for creating a delightful dental experience. So, your journey toward a healthier, stunning, and pain-free smile is pleasant, too! 

What to expect?

Due to the nature of full-mouth reconstruction or makeovers, the recommended services can differ considerably from patient to patient. After all, every individual has a different starting point, as well as different goals. Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel accounts for these nuances when tailoring treatment to you. Depending on what she finds during an evaluation at our office and in consultation with you, a combination of the following services may be in your future:

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  • Dental fillings, crowns, and other restorations to save broken, decayed, and damaged teeth 
  • High-quality, precision-fit partial and complete dentures to replace failing or missing teeth naturally and with durable results
  • Complete implant care, from precise placement in the jawbone to restoration of implants with crowns, bridges, or dentures 
  • Invisalign® to correct crowded, crooked, gapped, unevenly spaced teeth and bite imbalances without braces 
  • Advanced surgical expertise, ranging from extractions to grafting or rebuilding lost gum and bone tissue
  • Cosmetic dentistry services, such as stain-resistant porcelain veneers, to transform gap-toothed, chipped, irregularly shaped, and otherwise “imperfect” teeth. 
  • And much more!

Our team is also all about delighting our valued patients as they walk the path toward a better smile and renewed well-being. In addition to safe and relaxing sedation dentistry services, our team puts patients at ease with small yet vitally important touches. We delight in providing the “little things” that mean so much, from calming aromatherapy and complimentary fresh squeezed Florida Orange Juice to soothing lip balm, towelettes, neck pillows, and comfy blankets.

Let us delight you. Call (407) 954-8448 with questions and to schedule your visit to our dental home in Orlando, FL, today. For added convenience and to support a stress-free experience, All About Beautiful Smiles is proud to offer no-wait appointments and a range of payment options, including financing through CareCredit®, Proceed Finance and LendingClub, and our affordable in-house member savings plan

The Art of Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Dr. St. Mathew Daniel invites you on a journey to rediscover your ideal smile. Learn about full mouth reconstruction, from thorough examinations to individualized treatments. Learn about financing options and book a free consultation to achieve a life-changing, confident smile. Call or text (407) 290-9588.

What exactly is a full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is any procedure that’s done to restore the mouth to its full functionality and aesthetics. This involves treatments such as crowns, fillings, root canals, extractions, implants, cleanings, and gum treatment.

Who would be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction?
Someone who needs treatments like fillings, crowns, root canals, veneers, and other procedures to restore their mouth would be a great candidate for full mouth reconstruction.

What are different treatment options for full mouth reconstruction?
The different treatment options for full mouth reconstruction include everything that can restore a tooth or missing teeth back to function and optimal aesthetics. This includes fillings, cleanings, crowns, root canal treatment, extractions, implants to replace missing teeth, and veneers to beautify existing teeth.

Is a general dentist qualified to perform a full mouth reconstruction?
Absolutely. A general dentist with additional training is fully qualified to perform a full mouth reconstruction.

What is the process for going through a full mouth reconstruction?
The process of undergoing a full mouth reconstruction is comprehensive and meticulous. It begins with a thorough and detailed examination. Following the exam, we take high-quality photos which are crucial for designing your new smile. We also capture excellent intraoral pictures, feeding them into specialized software to assist in the smile design process.

Once we have these images, we develop an extensive treatment plan tailored to your needs. Part of this process involves arranging the financial aspects and scheduling all necessary appointments. When you come in for the procedure, we’ll temporize your mouth. This step ensures that you can still function and smile comfortably while waiting for your permanent restorations.

After this interim period, you’ll return to our office to receive your final restorations. These are designed to enable you to live your best life with more confidence, chew comfortably, and, as we like to say, smile passionately.Regarding anesthesia, the options available during the full mouth reconstruction process vary depending on each patient’s specific needs. We ensure that the chosen method of anesthesia is appropriate for the procedures being performed and is tailored to provide you with the most comfortable and safe experience possible.

What anesthesia options are available during the full mouth reconstruction process?
The anesthesia options available during a full mouth reconstruction process depend on what exactly is needed for each situation. Rest assured, you’ll be comfortable and if you feel any more anesthesia is needed, we have plenty and our aim is to ensure your comfort.

How long does it take to heal from a full mouth reconstruction?
Depending on the procedures you undergo, you can heal in days and at most, two weeks. The ultimate goal is to get you fully restored and comfortable with your new smile.

Will a full mouth reconstruction last for the rest of my life?
A full mouth reconstruction can indeed last you the rest of your life. This depends on maintenance, and the more attention and care you give to maintenance, the longer your restoration will serve you.

Are financing options available to help pay for a full mouth reconstruction?
Yes, financial arrangements are available to help you pay for a full mouth reconstruction. After drawing out a treatment plan, we’ll sit down with you to go through the different financial options available to you.

I hope your questions have been answered. If they haven’t, I’d like to invite you to come in for a free consultation for your full mouth reconstruction. You can reach us at (407) 290-9588‬‬. You can either call or text this number. I look forward to meeting you.


What exactly is a full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is any procedure that’s done to restore the mouth to its full functionality and aesthetics. This involves treatments such as crowns, fillings, root canals, extractions, implants, cleanings, and gum treatment.

Who would be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction?

Someone who needs treatments like fillings, crowns, root canals, veneers, and other procedures to restore their mouth would be a great candidate for full mouth reconstruction.

What are different treatment options for full mouth reconstruction?

The different treatment options for full mouth reconstruction include everything that can restore a tooth or missing teeth back to function and optimal aesthetics. This includes fillings, cleanings, crowns, root canal treatment, extractions, implants to replace missing teeth, and veneers to beautify existing teeth.

Is a general dentist qualified to perform a full mouth reconstruction?

Absolutely. A general dentist with additional training is fully qualified to perform a full mouth reconstruction.

What is the process for going through a full mouth reconstruction?

The process of undergoing a full mouth reconstruction is comprehensive and meticulous. It begins with a thorough and detailed examination. Following the exam, we take high-quality photos which are crucial for designing your new smile. We also capture excellent intraoral pictures, feeding them into specialized software to assist in the smile design process.

Once we have these images, we develop an extensive treatment plan tailored to your needs. Part of this process involves arranging the financial aspects and scheduling all necessary appointments. When you come in for the procedure, we’ll temporize your mouth. This step ensures that you can still function and smile comfortably while waiting for your permanent restorations.

After this interim period, you’ll return to our office to receive your final restorations. These are designed to enable you to live your best life with more confidence, chew comfortably, and, as we like to say, smile passionately.Regarding anesthesia, the options available during the full mouth reconstruction process vary depending on each patient’s specific needs. We ensure that the chosen method of anesthesia is appropriate for the procedures being performed and is tailored to provide you with the most comfortable and safe experience possible.

What anesthesia options are available during the full mouth reconstruction process?

The anesthesia options available during a full mouth reconstruction process depend on what exactly is needed for each situation. Rest assured, you’ll be comfortable and if you feel any more anesthesia is needed, we have plenty and our aim is to ensure your comfort.

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

Depending on the procedures you undergo, you can heal in days and at most, two weeks. The ultimate goal is to get you fully restored and comfortable with your new smile.

Will a full mouth reconstruction last for the rest of my life?

A full mouth reconstruction can indeed last you the rest of your life. This depends on maintenance, and the more attention and care you give to maintenance, the longer your restoration will serve you.

Are financing options available to help pay for a full mouth reconstruction?

Yes, financial arrangements are available to help you pay for a full mouth reconstruction. After drawing out a treatment plan, we’ll sit down with you to go through the different financial options available to you.

I hope your questions have been answered. If they haven’t, I’d like to invite you to come in for a free consultation for your full mouth reconstruction. You can reach us at (407) 290-9588‬‬. You can either call or text this number. I look forward to meeting you.

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel, All About Beautiful Smiles, FL

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel, a highly skilled and accomplished dental luminary since 2005, leads All About Beautiful Smiles. Her expertise spans cosmetic dentistry, laser-based periodontal surgery, dental implants, Invisalign®, endodontics, and sleep apnea.

A University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine graduate, she pursued advanced training at Seton Hall University, gaining mastery. A pioneer in dental implantology, she holds a Mastership from The International Congress of Oral Implantology. Her passion for excellence led her to the Strupp Post Graduate School of Dentistry and the Misch Implant Institute. Driven by service, she founded the Future Dentists Club. Trust her for a remarkable dental journey!