Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Pearland, TX

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What Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Our experienced team at Made Ya Smile take a comprehensive approach to improve your dental wellness. Our highly skilled dentists can help patients enhance their oral health, regardless of how complex their issues may be. For patients who have experienced multiple issues with the function, appearance, and health of their teeth, gums, and jaw, our Pearland, TX office offers full-mouth reconstructions. This intricate procedure plan is tailored to suit your unique needs and produces a healthy, beautiful smile for patients whose oral wellness has suffered. A full-mouth reconstruction could consist of a wide range of treatments, including dental crowns, bridges, dental implants, dentures, veneers, teeth whitening, root canals, and more. You may also require tooth extraction and gum grafting as a part of your personalized treatment plan depending on the severity of your concerns. Even if you can't help but feel like your journey to achieving oral health will have a long road, why not start now? Our team at Made Ya Smile have the tools, techniques, and technology to help you rediscover what a healthy mouth can do for your quality of life.

Am I a Candidate for Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Your personalized full-mouth reconstruction treatment plan will be designed to address your unique concerns. If you have experienced extensive dental issues, such as tooth loss, extreme tooth decay, cracked or broken teeth, or severely worn teeth, you may qualify. Patients who have certain genetic conditions affecting their oral health or appearance, such as underdeveloped teeth, uncommonly small or misshapen teeth, or translucent teeth, may also benefit from a full-mouth reconstruction. This individually tailored procedure plan can address issues from the more simple to the most complex. If you think you may be a candidate for a full-mouth reconstruction, don't hesitate to contact our Pearland, TX office. It's never too late to regain your oral wellness.

What Happens During a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Treatment?

Full-mouth reconstruction treatment plans are a combination of procedures needed to restore your oral health and the function of your mouth. In order to determine which procedures are necessary for your treatment plan, our team will work with you to learn about your needs and concerns and perform a thorough evaluation of your mouth. One of our dental assistants will take digital x-rays and 3D cone-beam scans of your teeth for a comprehensive view of your oral health. Our dentist will then perform a physical assessment of your mouth. We will check the alignment of your upper and lower jaw and pay special attention to the function of your jawbone, jaw joints, and facial muscles.

Once we have all of the information needed to craft your personalized treatment plan, we will present you with our findings and help you determine the procedures needed to restore your dental wellness and oral function. We can also discuss our office's available options for sedation if you are anxious or afraid to receive dental care. Full-mouth reconstruction is typically performed in several stages and can consist of one or several services to restore your oral health and quality of life. Some of the treatments that could be considered for your procedure program are:

  • Dental crowns or bridges
  • Dental inlays and onlays
  • Porcelain veneers or Lumineers
  • Gum or bone grafting
  • Dental implants (All-on-4 or individual)
  • Dentures (partial or full)
  • Tooth extractions
  • Root canals
  • Periodontal treatment
  • TMJ therapy
  • Teeth whitening

What Happens After a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Treatment?

After each stage of your treatment program, our dentist will provide you with detailed instructions to help you recover before your next step. We will also go over what you can expect for your next appointment. Our team will give you information to help you care for your mouth during this crucial time, and it's important that you follow our instructions. Depending on the service you receive, some post-op side effects could include swelling, discomfort, or sensitivity. These will go away over time but can be alleviated with over-the-counter pain medicine and cold compresses. You may be required to follow a soft food diet for a time, depending on the treatment you are receiving. When your full-mouth reconstruction has concluded, it will be vital to your oral health to continue to maintain good at-home oral hygiene habits. You should continue to attend your yearly dental examinations and biannual cleanings so our team can monitor your teeth, gums, and jaw and let you know if a restoration or appliance needs to be replaced or repaired.

Will Insurance Cover My Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Some of the costs for your full-mouth reconstruction may be covered by your insurance. Once your personalized treatment plan with all of the necessary procedures has been outlined, a member of our team will contact your carrier and learn about your benefits. Made Ya Smile in Pearland, TX accepts most major PPO insurance plans. We also accept a range of payments, including medical financing from our own office or through CareCredit®. Our team works hard to ensure that your dental care is affordable and accessible.

Schedule Your Full-Mouth Reconstruction Appointment

No matter how far gone you think the condition of your mouth may be, it's never too late to address the issues that negatively affect your health and quality of life. A full-mouth reconstruction grants many Pearland, TX patients the opportunity to restore their dental wellness. This treatment plan is designed to help women and men who have severe issues, including tooth loss, extreme tooth decay, bone loss, gum recession, and more. If you think a full-mouth reconstruction may be what you need to once again have a beautiful smile that functions appropriately, contact Made Ya Smile and learn about your options for oral care.

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