If you have several oral health issues that need to be addressed, you may be a great candidate for full mouth reconstruction. At our practice, your dentist will examine your teeth and help you determine if you are a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction.
Full mouth reconstruction is a service that addresses many or all of the issues you have with your smile. Patients often have one or more missing teeth, damaged teeth, misalignments, and more. Because these issues are usually unrelated, treatment may seem overwhelming. The full mouth reconstruction treatment plan breaks down the procedures required to get a completely healthy smile so that you can decide which path you want to pursue your oral health needs.
If your teeth have been damaged by decay, disease, or trauma, they can be restored on an implant-supported bridge or a dental crown that will restore function and beauty to your smile. Advanced periodontal disease may require you to undergo multiple procedures to get a healthy, comfortable mouth. A full mouth restoration is customized to address all of your needs and can improve your bite health as well as the aesthetics of your teeth and gums.
When you come in for a full mouth reconstruction consultation, we will go over all of your options. Your budget, overall health, and lifestyle will be all factor into your decision about how to proceed and what treatments we recommend. In some cases, it may make sense to try restorative dentistry first to address the functional concerns of your mouth. In other cases, porcelain veneers may be the best option as they offer the opportunity to hide damage and create a more attractive appearance without devoting significant time to more complex procedures. It just depends on your individual case and preferences as to which option you choose. However, no matter which route you take, you will get the beautifully restored smile you've wanted.
If you are feeling self-conscious about your smile currently, don't wait another minute to call us and schedule a consultation appointment. We can look at your teeth and discuss which treatments would be best for you.
The first step toward a full mouth reconstruction is to schedule a consultation with your dentist to discuss the specifics of your case. After evaluating your teeth and your overall oral health with you, your dentist can determine if a full mouth reconstruction could be right for you. There are certain circumstances that may call for this procedure, such as extensive tooth loss, severe tooth decay, or gum disease.
If you've experienced any of these problems, contact your dentist right away to prevent further damage. If you are a candidate, you can begin your treatment as soon as possible to rejuvenate your smile and restore it to its natural beauty.
If you are looking for an experienced dentist that can help guide you through the entire procedure, schedule a consultation with our dentists at Eldridge Dental in Houston, Texas. You can reach us at (713) 983-0099 or visit our office at 6370 N. Eldridge Pkwy, Suite B, Houston, TX 77041.
6370 N. Eldridge Pkwy, Suite B, Houston, TX 77041
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Friday : 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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