A full-mouth reconstruction in Hurst will give you back more than your missing teeth. You’ll once again be able to enjoy:Restore The Functionality of Your Smile Read Transcript
In dentistry, we sometimes have patients present with multiple issues happening at the same time. When something like this presents itself, we consider this a full mouth restoration case, or we basically rehabilitate the full mouth. And what this does, is it improves the patient's quality of life by first, improving their function. So if you have multiple missing teeth, broken teeth, decayed teeth, we're able to remove all that infection and disease from your mouth, and then replace the teeth so that you have the function and the knowledge that you know you're chewing and eating on healthy, strong teeth. It also restores a component of cosmetics or aesthetics so that a patient can feel confident smiling, knowing that they have their entire set of teeth, a beautiful smile, replacing what may have been missing or broken.
- A More Attractive Smile – With missing or damaged teeth, you’ve probably mastered a closed-mouth smile. Following your full-mouth restoration, you’ll be proud to show off your teeth again.
- Greater Confidence – Whether you’re catching up with old friends or meeting new people, you’ll feel more confident thanks to your great-looking smile.
- Full Oral Function – Once our dentists repair your smile, you’ll be able to eat all of your favorite meals again, selecting foods based on taste instead of how easy they are to chew.
- A Younger And Healthier Appearance – Filling gaps in your smile helps you look younger and healthier since it also fills out your facial structure.
Call us today at 817-270-9217 to begin planning your full-mouth rehabilitation with one of our dentists. We make treatment affordable with free second opinions, dental savings plan discounts, and financing options.
Find Many Restorative Options To Repair & Replace Teeth
We’ll create a personalized plan for restoring your smile, whether you only need to mend a single damaged tooth or replace an entire mouth full of missing teeth. It may include:
- Dental Implants – You can replace any number of teeth with versatile implants, since our dentists can restore them with crowns, bridges, or dentures.
- All-on-4® Or All-on-6 Implants – These procedures use only a few implants to replace complete arches of teeth in the upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. This means they are easier on your jaw than some other implant procedures.
- Dental Crowns – We can mend many kinds of damage with crowns, including severe decay and broken teeth. One crown can also replace a single tooth when it’s attached to a dental implant.
- Dental Bridges – A bridge can replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. Unlike dentures, you won’t need to remove a bridge for cleaning.
- Dentures – Your options include conventional full dentures, partials, or dental implant dentures.