Full Mouth Reconstruction – Tyler, TX
Rebuild a Strong, Confident Smile
Some patients come to us with a number of severe and complex dental problems that are adversely affecting their health and quality of life. If you can relate to us, rest assured that there is hope! After we evaluate your situation, we might recommend that you undergo full mouth reconstruction. This customized service can combine multiple restorative treatments, all with the goal of helping you rebuild a strong and confident smile. Get in touch with our Tyler office today to book your consultation!
Why Choose Stansbury Dental for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
- Advanced Technology & Comfortable Treatment
- Compassionate & Non-Judgmental Dental Team
- Beautiful & Strong Dental Restorations
Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?
Full mouth reconstruction might be right for you if:
- You have multiple or complex oral health issues. We may be able to help you even if it has been many years since your oral health started to decline. There is always hope for a stronger smile!
- Your dental issues are affecting your quality of life. If you have difficulty chewing, persistent mouth pain, broken teeth, gum disease, missing teeth, or other problems that make it difficult for your mouth to function well, full mouth reconstruction may be able to help.
- You want efficient treatment. We design full mouth reconstruction plans to help our patients achieve stronger, healthier smiles in as little time as possible.
The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process
The full mouth reconstruction process always gets started with a consultation. We will examine your mouth and learn about your goals for treatment. We may also take some scans of your teeth so we can use advanced software and wax models to give you realistic preview of your treatment results.
Once we get started on repairing your smile, you may undergo multiple procedures, such as:
- Gum disease therapy to rid your mouth of harmful infections.
- Dental implants, bridges, or dentures to replace missing teeth.
- Crowns or fillings to repair damaged teeth.
- Root canal therapy to preserve infected teeth.
- Cosmetic treatments to put the finishing touches on your new look.
From start to finish, full mouth reconstruction can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months or longer.
Understanding the Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction
The cost of full mouth reconstruction varies from patient to patient. It depends on which procedures you undergo, as well as the extent of those procedures. During your consultation, we can discuss specific numbers. Most patients end up paying at least a few thousand dollars. Insurance, financing, and our in-office membership club may all help to make your care easier to fit into your budget.
Keep in mind that full mouth reconstruction is a high-value investment in your health and quality of life! Most patients who have committed to it have no regrets about their decision.