Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Spring, TX

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What Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

We take a whole-mouth approach at Made Ya Smile Rayford to restore the health and wellness of our Spring, TX patients. With a comprehensive treatment plan, full-mouth reconstructions can help with function, appearance and improve the overall health of your smile. It's possible to enhance your chewing, biting, and speaking ability while also creating a confident, radiant smile. With full-mouth reconstruction, your plan may involve procedures like bridges, dentures, crowns, implants, veneers, and teeth whitening, and for some patients, tooth extractions and gum grafting. We want to help you return to a higher standard of living by customizing your comprehensive treatment plan and providing high-quality, skilled, personalized care. Call today to set up a consultation visit with our talented dentist to find out if a full-mouth reconstruction can help you.

Am I a Candidate for Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Your full-mouth reconstruction treatment plan will depend on your particular needs. These plans vary widely among patients. Ideal candidates for full-mouth reconstructions have experienced things like tooth loss, broken or cracked teeth, extensive tooth decay, or severely worn teeth from chemical or mechanical erosion. Full-mouth reconstruction can help patients with certain genetic dental disorders, like abnormally small or misshapen teeth, underdeveloped teeth, or mottled and translucent teeth. Some patients have previously placed crowns, fillings, and other restorations that are breaking down or otherwise failing to support their oral health and require replacement. Complex needs, like bone loss in the jaw or full-mouth dental implant restoration, can also be addressed through a full-mouth reconstruction plan provided by our skilled team.

What Happens During a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Treatment?

It's important to receive your input and preferences in the treatment planning process. Your consultation will include a conversation about your dental concerns and goals, and our team will listen carefully to you. Prior to your treatment plan, we will perform a comprehensive exam using digital x-rays, 3D cone beam scans, and models of your teeth. We will evaluate your bite (how your upper and lower teeth fit together) and the health and function of your jaw joints (TMJ), jawbone, and facial muscles.

After collecting any necessary information, our dentist and the Made Ya Smile team will share your treatment options and work together with you to decide on the best plan for your needs and goals. Sedation solutions are available for your comfort throughout the process if you feel you need them. Full-mouth reconstruction can be done in stages or completed in a single procedure, depending on your particular needs and preferences. At every step in the process, we will keep you informed and answer your questions about your treatment as we help you achieve the best possible outcome for your oral health.

By including a number of treatments and procedures, full-mouth reconstruction treatment plans bring health, comfort, appearance, and function back to your smile. Some of the treatments involved in this comprehensive plan include but are not limited to procedures such as:

  • Crown and bridges
  • Porcelain veneers or bonding
  • Gum and bone grafting
  • Dental implants
  • Orthodontics
  • Tooth extractions
  • Root canal therapy
  • Periodontal (gum) treatment
  • Dentures
  • Teeth whitening
  • TMJ therapy

What Happens After a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Treatment?

After each stage of the reconstruction process, our caring dentist and team will go over any post-op instructions you need and let you know about what will come next, as well as give you tips and suggestions for proper home care during your full-mouth reconstruction. Some treatments may cause swelling or minor discomfort, and the use of over-the-counter pain relievers, cold compresses, and a soft food diet may help you stay as comfortable as possible during your recovery. Upon completing your full-mouth construction, it is essential to maintain routine dental cleaning and exam visits at Made Ya Smile and proper daily home care. These steps will help you keep your teeth and gums healthy. Your biannual visits also give us a chance to monitor the health and integrity of your gums, jawbone, teeth, and any new restorations placed during your full-mouth reconstruction.

Will Insurance Cover My Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Your total mouth reconstruction cost will depend on the treatments needed. We will review your coverage options with your dental insurance provider before beginning your full-mouth reconstruction treatment plan. At Made Ya Smile, we work hard to ensure you get the treatment option that best suits your needs, goals, and budget. It's important to us that all of our patients get the care they need without worrying about finances, and we're proud to offer several convenient payment options, as well as information on convenient financing through our third-party partner, CareCredit®.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQ

Is full-mouth reconstruction painful?
Our main goal is to keep you comfortable during your visit to our office. We numb the area we are treating prior to your procedure. Most of our patients do not experience too much discomfort during their full-mouth reconstruction in Rayford, TX. There are sedation options available to you if you are concerned about pain or if you have dental anxieties.

What does full-mouth reconstruction involve?
The services needed in a full-mouth treatment will depend on your specific needs. Full-mouth reconstructions at Made Ya Smile Rayford can often include:

  • 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

Is a full-mouth reconstruction like a smile makeover?
Both a full-mouth reconstruction and a smile makeover combine many different treatments and are fully customizable to you, but they are not the same. A full-mouth reconstruction is performed to improve your oral health and restore function to your mouth, while a smile makeover is a cosmetic procedure that is aimed at improving the appearance of your teeth.

Schedule Your Full-Mouth Reconstruction Appointment

A confident, healthy smile can be within reach, even if your treatment needs are extensive. As a comprehensive plan for optimal oral health, a full-mouth reconstruction treatment can help restore health, function, and wellness to your smile, giving you an attractive smile in the process. Start now on your journey toward a confident, radiant smile, and call Made Ya Smile in Spring, TX today to schedule a consultation with our dentist for a full-mouth reconstruction.

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