Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Kingwood, TX

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What Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

With all of the choices to make in regard to full-mouth reconstruction, it is no wonder many Made Ya Smile Dental patients come to our practice overwhelmed by the thoughts of having multiple dental treatments. From tooth extractions to gum grafting, the level of invasiveness can range for each full-mouth reconstruction patient. Our services can change the way you chew, bite, and speak by improving the form and function of your teeth and jaw. As a secondary benefit, the restoration of missing or broken teeth will improve the aesthetics of your smile with tooth-colored fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures, implants, Lumineers®, and veneers. We are up for the challenge of complex cases and can manage comprehensive treatment plans for our patients. You can expect quality, personalized care. Now is the time to book your appointment with our Kingwood, TX dental practice and explore your full-mouth reconstruction options with our experienced Made Ya Smile Dental team.

What Are the Benefits of Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

At Made Ya Smile Kingwood, TX, full-mouth reconstruction is an extensive method for dental health care with a myriad of benefits for Kingwood, TX people. Some of the benefits of full-mouth restoration include:

  • Boosts dental function
  • Upgrades cosmetic look
  • Repairs damaged teeth
  • Extra comfort during chewing or speaking
  • Improves dental pain or discomfort
  • Prevents other teeth issues
  • Improves total oral wellness
  • Enhances self-esteem
  • Long-term oral outcomes

Am I a Candidate for Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Our patients requesting a consultation at Made Ya Smile Dental Kingwood may have one or many of the following indications for a full-mouth reconstruction:

  • Advanced tooth decay
  • A genetic disorder that has distorted the length or shape of the teeth
  • Bone loss
  • Broken or fractured teeth
  • Erosion
  • Gum recession
  • Old fillings or restorations that need to be removed and replaced
  • One missing tooth or multiple teeth

Each Made Ya Smile Dental patient who has multiple concerns can be served by our skilled, multi-specialty team with a comprehensive treatment plan. During your consultation, your ideas and preferences will be taken into consideration. We want to know what your concerns are for the treatments recommended. We will also discuss the appropriate sedation methods. Ideal candidates will be healthy and able to withstand lengthy dental therapies and treatments.

What Happens During a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Treatment?

In the planning phase of your treatment for a full-mouth reconstruction, we will begin with a discovery period where we collect information via digital images, 3D cone beam scans, impressions, and molds of your teeth and facial structure. Your dentist will evaluate how your upper and lower teeth fit together, how well your jaw joints and facial muscles function, and how healthy your gums are to withstand restorations. Then, we will discuss all of the information collected to make informed decisions about what to do first by setting priorities of what must be done first. Our Made Ya Smile Dental team will present treatment options to you and help you determine the best plan of action for your needs and goals. Full-mouth reconstruction treatment plans are a compilation of the treatments necessary to bring health, comfort, appearance, and function back to your smile. These treatments may include but are not limited to treatments, therapies, or services, like:

  • Bad breath (halitosis) treatment
  • Bruxism diagnosis and therapy to protect dental work
  • Dental bonding and contouring
  • Dental crowns, bridges, or implants
  • Dental inlays or onlays
  • Gum or bone grafting
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures
  • Endodontics (root canal therapy)
  • Orthodontics with traditional metal braces or clear aligners
  • Periodontal treatment or surgery
  • Reconstruction after oral cancer or a traumatic facial injury
  • Replacement of metal fillings
  • Teeth whitening services (in-office or at-home whitening)
  • TMJ diagnosis and therapy
  • Tooth extractions (traditional or surgical)

We can also discuss if you would like to have nitrous oxide or oral-conscious sedation during invasive treatments. Rarely are full-mouth reconstructions just one short visit to our office. We want you to be prepared to spend some time with our team as we carry out your treatment plan with great care and superior skill. If you have questions or concerns at any time in the process of your treatment, please ask. We are here to help.

What Happens After a Full-Mouth Reconstruction Treatment?

You can count on multiple follow-up appointments when you are enduring several dental services consecutively. In general, most dental work will leave your teeth and gums swollen and sensitive to touch. If pain medication is not prescribed, your best bet is to have cold compresses, over-the-counter pain relievers, and a diet of soft foods to help you handle the discomfort. Our team at Made Ya Smile Dental Kingwood will also provide tips and suggestions on how to care for your mouth throughout your full-mouth reconstruction. If you experience fever, infection, excessive pain, or a lot of bleeding, please know you can call our practice at any time for assistance.

Will Insurance Cover My Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

It is not a bad idea to talk with your dental insurance provider to see what is and is not covered for a full-mouth reconstruction before having a formal treatment planning session. The process will go much smoother if you know ahead of time what is covered and what you will have to pay out-of-pocket once a limit has been met. Our billing department can assist you with filing claims. It is one of our goals to provide all of our patients the dental services and care they deserve without a heavy financial burden. This is why we offer several convenient payment options and an application for convenient financing through our third-party partner, CareCredit®.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQ

Is full-mouth reconstruction painful?
During your full-mouth reconstruction at our Kingwood, TX office, our goal is to keep you comfortable and relaxed during your treatment. Before we begin, we will numb the area being treated, so you should not experience much, if any, discomfort. If you have questions or concerns about pain related to this treatment, feel free to discuss additional sedation options with our team.

Is a full-mouth reconstruction like a smile makeover?
Full-mouth reconstruction and smile makeovers are similar in that they combine a variety of treatments and are customizable based on your needs. However, that's where the similarities stop. Dental reconstruction is performed to optimize your oral health and restore proper function to your mouth; a smile makeover, on the other hand, is a grouping of cosmetic procedures designed to enhance the appearance of your smile.

How long does total mouth reconstruction take?
The length of your treatment will depend on what services are included in your treatment plan, as well as your overall oral health. Generally speaking, you can expect your treatment to take 1 – 2 hours. The healing process can take a few months. Once your treatment plan is created, we will go into more detail about what you can expect during your treatment and recovery period.

Schedule Your Full-Mouth Reconstruction Appointment

You may look and feel like a new person after a full-mouth reconstruction. A gorgeous and healthy smile will be worth the extensive planning, the lengthy dental visits, the invasive dental services, and the investment you have made into your health. Contact us for an appointment at Made Ya Smile Dental in Kingwood, TX. We would like to talk to you if you are in search of a dental practice that can give you all the services needed for full-mouth reconstruction. We look forward to meeting you.

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