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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Allen, TX

Rebuild an Attractive, Functional Smile

Have your teeth suffered from extensive tooth decay, damage, or years of dental wear? All these problems can contribute to serious oral health problems and self-esteem issues. In fact, you may not feel like smiling at all if there are multiple things you don’t like about your teeth. Fortunately, Dr. Lewis has the knowledge and experience to rebuild attractive, functional smiles with a full mouth reconstruction in Allen. By combining various restorative and cosmetic services into a personalized reconstruction plan, Dr. Lewis can completely rehabilitate your dental function and appearance! Keep reading below to learn more about this service or contact our office for an initial consultation.

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Why Choose Allen Smile Design for Full Mouth Reconstruction? 

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

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The purpose of a full mouth reconstruction is to improve the health, function, and appearance of teeth. A variety of restorative and cosmetic procedures are utilized, often over a period of weeks or months, to accomplish the goal of restoring and enhancing a person’s smile. 

You may be a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction in Allen if your teeth have damage, decay, and/ or cosmetic flaws that affect multiple parts of your mouth.  The exact procedures needed to repair your smile will depend on your unique dental needs and goals. Full smile reconstruction can not only improve one’s oral health, but also boost their self-esteem!  

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

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The first step of every full mouth reconstruction is an initial consultation. During this first visit, your dentist in Allen will carefully examine your teeth, take any necessary X-rays, and develop a personalized treatment plan just for you. 

The specific procedures chosen to rebuild your smile will depend on your unique needs and may involve both restorative and cosmetic dentistry. The timeline of your full mouth reconstruction will depend in large part on the procedures involved.

Common restorative treatments used during full mouth reconstruction include:

In addition, we may also recommend one or more of the following cosmetic procedures to boost the appearance of your smile:

Understanding the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Because the process of rebuilding a person’s smile is highly customizable, the cost of full mouth construction varies from patient to patient. During your initial consultation with Dr. Lewis, she will outline each step of the process for you, including cost and payment options. At Allen Smile Dental, we value transparency and strive to make sure our patients do not encounter unwelcome surprises when it comes to costs.

Dental insurance will likely help cover at least a portion of the cost of your full mouth reconstruction, especially any restorative procedures. We also offer an in-house dental plan, which includes full preventive coverage for a year and 15% off most services for just one flat annual fee. In addition, qualified patients can take advantage of low-to-no interest financing through CareCredit to break the cost of their full mouth reconstruction into manageable monthly payments.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

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The full mouth reconstruction process can involve any number of treatments and take several weeks or even months; it’s only natural to have a few questions before beginning. Our team at Allen Smile Design is always here to help! We’ll answer any questions you may have during your consultation or even over the phone, but until then, we’ve included a handful of answers to some frequently asked questions below that you may find useful.

How Long Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure Take?

There are a few different factors that affect how long it will take us to complete your full mouth reconstruction, such as how many teeth are being treated, their locations in your mouth, and which services are required to meet your smile goals.

We’ll also need to consider whether your procedures can all completed at the same time or if they need to be performed separately. For example, a root canal and dental crown can be done in a single appointment, but more complex services, like dental implants, will require separate visits and thus more time.

Can I Get a Full Mouth Reconstruction If I Smoke?

Your candidacy for a full mouth reconstruction is up to the judgment of your cosmetic dentist in Allen, as each and every treatment process is different. While smoking doesn’t necessarily disqualify you right off the bat, we strongly suggest that you quit smoking for several weeks before and after your procedure. That’s because tobacco can slow the body’s healing rate, which may increase the risk of post-op complications like dental implant failure.

If you’re having trouble refraining from smoking for this long, we encourage you to reach out to your primary care physician. They can provide you with plenty of resources for powering through this process. In fact, they might be able to help you quit smoking for good!

Will People Be Able to Tell That I Had a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Thanks to impressive innovations in modern dental technology, your smile should look and feel extremely lifelike after a full mouth reconstruction in Allen. How noticeable your results will turn out depends on your specific needs and goals. For example, correcting a few small chips or cracks in your teeth won’t be too drastic of a change, but completely transforming your smile with multiple veneers can create a dramatic difference. The level of subtlety that you want with your results is something you should definitely share with our team beforehand.

Does Getting a Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

As with any dental treatment, our goal with a full mouth reconstruction is to provide you with results in a comfortable, stress-free way. To that end, we can provide local anesthesia and/or sedation if need be to minimize any discomfort you might experience during your procedure.

Depending on the specific treatments you need, you can expect some minor soreness afterward. We’ll give you a list of personalized aftercare instructions designed to help you make a quick and comfortable recovery.