Eating is a basic function that keeps you alive – yet it can also be one of life’s greatest pleasures when enjoying your favorite foods. Unfortunately, that’s difficult to do with damaged and missing teeth. Put the food you love on your plate again with a full-mouth reconstruction in Plano from the Dossett Dental team.
In addition to a better and more varied diet, you will again enjoy:
- A Beautiful Smile – You probably don’t feel much like showing off your smile if you have missing or damaged teeth. You’ll smile freely again after your full-mouth restoration.
- More Confidence – Your great-looking smile will give you more confidence in any situation, whether it’s meeting someone new for the first time or giving a presentation at work.
- A More Youthful Appearance – Replacing missing teeth will give you a fuller face. This will help you look younger and more robust.
Ready to improve your diet and your life? Call us today at 972-787-0892 to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists.
Find Many Restorative Options For Repairing & Replacing Teeth
Every smile is different, so our team will design a personalized plan for restoring your smile. We offer services for everything from fixing a single damaged tooth to replacing multiple missing teeth. Your full-mouth rehabilitation may include:
- Dental Implants – Versatile implants can be restored with crowns, bridges, or dentures. Unlike other replacement teeth, they help prevent bone loss in your jaw.
- Dental Bridges – A bridge replaces one tooth or several teeth. If it’s supported by dental implants, we won’t need to drill into any teeth.
- All-on-4® Or All-on-6 Implants – These are among the most affordable implant procedures because we’ll use just a few implants to support full arches of replacement teeth.
- Dentures – You can choose conventional full dentures, dental implant dentures, or partial dentures.
- 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.