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Full-Mouth Reconstruction (Crowns, Bridges, Dentures, Implants) in Allen, TX

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What Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Reconstruction of the whole mouth can enhance the function, health, and appearance of your gums, teeth, and jawbone for more efficient biting, speaking, and a better-looking smile. Full-mouth restoration at The Dentist of Allen may involve (but is not limited to) inlays, onlays, crowns, bridges, veneers, dental implants, and dentures. Some reconstruction procedures may also require a gum or bone graft. Our skilled dental experts in Allen, TX perform full-mouth restorations that can improve both the health of your mouth and the look of your smile. We will work with you to create your personal full-mouth restoration treatment program and answer any questions you may have in the process.

What Can I Expect During Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

After a thorough exam of your gums, teeth, and bite, we may suggest full-mouth reconstruction. Your personalized treatment program will be created to address issues unique to your teeth, gum tissue, temporomandibular joints (TMJ), jaw muscles, and bite. We will discuss your therapy and sedation choices and give our recommendations during your consultation to make sure your treatment meets your needs. Once your treatment plan is created, we will go over exactly what to expect during your full-mouth reconstruction appointments (of which there may be several). We will schedule your procedures with enough time in between each to allow for recovery.

After each procedure, we will describe what to expect and how to care for your mouth. We may prescribe antibiotics or pain medicine prior to your treatment. You might experience discomfort or swelling following certain procedures, like implant placement, that make chewing difficult. After your full-mouth reconstruction is finished, you should maintain your oral health with proper brushing and flossing. Annual dental exams and twice-yearly cleanings in The Dentist of Allen are also important. During your examinations, we will track the progress of your restoration.

Great place, got my all on 4 dentures and love it, been coming since the 90s!! Never had a complaint and they give the most gentle shots.

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Great Care! - I always receive great care and excellent service. My teeth cleanings leave my teeth very clean. The doctors, especially Dr Kim, and staff are very caring people. I love my dental hygienist, Laura, who always does a great job!

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I've been coming to the Dentist of Allen for a year now and I can't say enough good things about the front staff, the doctors and my dental hygienist, Laura, who is just takes her time to clean your teeth correctly and leaves your teeth very clean. Thank you for the great service and care!

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Fast, efficient, friendly and thorough. Has new technology making cleaning easy and painless. Don't try to push un-needed services on you, but looks at areas that may need work in the future and makes you aware.

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The staff is always friendly and helpful! I had a wonderful experience getting my teeth cleaned.

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Full-Mouth Reconstruction

If you're searching for a comprehensive solution to a complicated dental problem, full-mouth reconstruction at The Dentist of Allen may be what you're looking for. Our team will help you create a distinctive treatment plan that meets your goals and restores your mouth so you can enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile.

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Is full-mouth restoration covered by insurance?

Some treatments and procedures included in a full-mouth reconstruction may be covered by dental insurance. Our knowledgeable billing team will work closely with you to help determine what amount of coverage you may be eligible for, and we will discuss all of your payment options in detail to help you find the most appropriate plan for your budget and needs.

What's the difference between a full-mouth reconstruction and a smile makeover?

A smile makeover is primarily used to address mild to moderate cosmetic concerns, while a full-mouth reconstruction is typically a more complex procedure used to address extensive damage, missing teeth, and other functional issues with a combination of restorative and cosmetic treatments and procedures.

How many appointments does a full-mouth reconstruction require?

Full-mouth restoration is typically completed in a series of visits. The number of appointments required will vary from patient to patient based on a variety of factors, including which treatments and procedures are being performed, the patient's overall oral and dental health, their adherence to aftercare guidelines, and others. During your pre-treatment consultation, our dental team will outline the proposed full-mouth reconstruction schedule and timeline for you.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.