Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Houston, TX

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What is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Do you have multiple oral health needs that are affecting your smile, confidence, and well-being? Full-mouth reconstruction from Made Ya Smile Dental West 8 may be just what you need to take back your oral health. As a comprehensive approach to restoring dental wellness, full-mouth reconstruction, or full-mouth dental implant restoration, combines one or more procedures that work together to address multiple treatment needs. A skilled general dentist takes a multi-faceted approach to repair all aspects of your dental health, from decayed or worn teeth to replacing missing teeth and brightening the smile. Full-mouth reconstruction from our one-stop-shop dental practice can enhance the look of your smile while repairing your oral function by allowing you to eat and speak with ease once again.

Full-mouth reconstruction addresses a wide range of oral needs but is personalized to each patient's unique dental health requirements. Focused on restoring total oral health, this type of treatment may include veneers, teeth whitening, crowns, bridges, dentures, or dental implants. Procedures, like tooth extractions or gum grafting surgery, may also be incorporated to fully address all oral health needs for your smile. We will provide the highest quality care for your smile and may also partner with other dental specialists to make certain your needs are comprehensively met. Are you ready to improve your smile, oral health, and quality of life? Get started by scheduling your full-mouth reconstruction consultation at our modern Houston, TX dental center today.

What Are the Benefits of Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

At Made Ya Smile, we understand that having a full mouth reconstruction can be an overwhelming process to consider. However, this procedure can be an effective way to restore your oral health. A full mouth construction at one of our dental practices in Jersey Village or Houston, TX can provide our patients with benefits, such as:

  • Replaces damaged or missing teeth
  • Improves your overall dental and periodontal health
  • Restores the appearance of your smile
  • Addresses periodontal disease

Who is a Candidate for Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Full-mouth treatment plans are created to meet the personal needs and smile preferences of each patient, and no two plans are alike. You may be an ideal candidate for total mouth rehabilitation if you have extensive treatment needs or multiple areas of oral damage, or if you have been putting off getting the care you need for some time. Our dentist uses advanced skill and expertise to design each full-mouth reconstruction plan in a way that ensures all oral health needs are met and may collaborate with other specialists to complete your care. For some patients, this may mean replacing old or broken fillings and restorations that are no longer supporting oral health or replacing teeth that are beyond repair or that have been lost. Full-mouth dental implant restoration may include anywhere from a single type of dental procedure to a collection of treatments. Regardless of your oral health condition, our caring team at Made Ya Smile Dental West 8 is ready to help you overcome your dental concerns and enjoy the beautiful smile you have always wanted.

Full-mouth reconstruction plans can address a wide range of dental health needs, including:

  • Decayed, broken, or worn teeth
  • Cracked or eroded teeth
  • Bone loss or gum recession
  • Missing or irreparable teeth
  • Genetic dental disorders
  • Misshapen or small teeth
  • Mottled, stained, or translucent teeth

What to Expect During Full-Mouth Treatment

A personalized consultation at Made Ya Smile Dental West 8 will allow us to learn all about your dental health, concerns for your smile, and how you would like your smile to look. We will spend time and listen to your treatment preferences and really get to know you and your smile. During this visit, our team will use advanced imaging technology to take 3D scans of your teeth, jaw, and face along with impressions of your mouth so that we can study your overall oral health issues and accurately plan for the best treatment outcomes. A thorough dental exam will also be conducted that includes an evaluation of your teeth, gums, bite (how upper and lower teeth meet), jaw joints, and facial profile. Once this thorough process of collecting comprehensive information about your total oral health needs is complete, we will present your treatment options and help you decide the best path to restoring your dental health.

The full-mouth reconstruction process may encompass one or more procedures and take place in stages based on your unique plan. Sedation dentistry services are available to help make your treatment process comfortable and relaxing if you are feeling anxious or nervous about your care. However, throughout your process of total mouth rehabilitation, our team will remain committed to ensuring your comfort along the way. To give your smile the attention it deserves, we will design your full-mouth reconstruction to simultaneously bring function, health, comfort, and aesthetic appeal back to your smile. Your plan may include treatments, like crowns and bridges, veneers, teeth whitening, dental implants or dentures, and inlays or onlays. TMJ therapy, root canal treatment, or tooth extractions may also be part of your overall rehabilitation treatment, if necessary. In some cases, our dentist may work with specialists if you benefit from services, like orthodontics or certain periodontal treatments, to maximize your full-mouth reconstruction results.

Recovery After Full-Mouth Reconstruction

As a team fully committed to providing the best treatment dentistry can offer, we will be by your side throughout every step of your full-mouth treatment. Our team will keep you informed of your progress and let you know what to expect at each phase of your care. Along the way, we may have special recommendations on how to best take care of your teeth and gums as you recover from each procedure. Keeping up with thorough brushing and flossing techniques and any other recommendations from our team will help to maintain your dental health during your rehabilitation process. Minor swelling or discomfort may occur following certain procedures. To help control these symptoms, our team may suggest cold compresses, a soft food diet, and over-the-counter pain relievers to manage your comfort as you heal. Throughout the process and following the completion of your treatment, we recommend that you schedule routine dental cleanings and exams with our Made Ya Smile Dental West 8 team to keep your teeth, gums, and smile looking healthy and your full-mouth reconstruction results lasting for many years to come.

Does Insurance Cover Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Full-mouth reconstruction is often a collection of dental procedures, some of which may be covered by your dental insurance plan. Made Ya Smile Dental West 8 accepts most major PPO plans and will review your insurance details before starting your care to help determine your total mouth reconstruction cost. Our team wants to help you get back to enjoying a comfortable, healthy, and vibrant smile. To help make your care even more affordable, we are pleased to accept a range of treatment options and can provide you with information on low-cost financing solutions.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQ

What does full-mouth dental implant restoration involve?
Your full-mouth treatment procedure will vary based on your customized needs. In general, when you receive a full mouth dental implant restoration, you will have the option of the following procedures:

  • Dental restorations (dental crowns, veneers, fillings, inlays, onlays, dental bridges, dentures, or dental implants)
  • Orthodontics
  • Root canal therapy
  • Gum recontouring
  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder treatment
  • Tooth extractions
  • Corrective jaw surgery
  • Crown lengthening
  • Bone grafting

Does total mouth treatment hurt?
We do whatever we can to ensure your procedure goes as smoothly as possible. This includes numbing the area where being treated and offering sedation if you have dental anxieties. Overall, you should feel little to no pain during your procedure. If you have additional questions, contact our dental team.

How long will the full-mouth treatment take?
Typically, the procedure will take around 1 – 2 hours. However, the time will vary based on what services are performed, in addition to the condition of your oral health. The healing process will likely take a few months. To learn more details about this treatment, contact our dental professionals.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Overcome your dental needs and enjoy the smile you have always wanted with full-mouth reconstruction care. This comprehensive approach to restoring your dental health can help you regain the ability to speak, bite, chew, and function comfortably once again after problems, like decay, wear, tooth loss, or other concerns, have impacted your life. We consider your oral health needs, cosmetic preferences, and budget when personalizing your treatment for a full-mouth treatment plan. Get in touch with Made Ya Smile Dental West 8 in Houston, TX right now and take the first step toward a new beginning for your quality of life and smile.

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