About Full Mouth Restoration
An extensive and comprehensive treatment aimed at not only restoring the appearance of a patient’s mouth but overall oral health is full-mouth restoration. The dentists at Cosmetic Dental Associates in Houston, TX are proud to offer this one-of-a-kind treatment that can transform the form and function of the teeth, bite, and muscles of the mouth. The results of this treatment are dramatic where the patient will look and feel younger and more rejuvenated with the freedom they may have lost. When the bite is corrected and muscles are strengthened, patients are free to eat and socialize freely without pain or embarrassment. Frequent headaches and sore mouth muscles can be resolved, as well, thanks to the procedure. Quality of life can be effectively restored with full mouth restoration.
What Are the Benefits of Full Mouth Restoration?
Contemplating a full mouth restoration at Cosmetic Dental Associates may initially feel overwhelming, but for our patients in Houston, TX, it's essential to remember the extensive array of benefits that this procedure can offer when you decide to move forward, such as:
- Enhancement of your comprehensive dental and periodontal well-being
- Dedicated focus on gum health and management of periodontal conditions
- Substitution of non-functioning or absent teeth
- Rejuvenated and enhanced mouth aesthetics
"Wonderful staff. My family and I have been going there for decades. Excellent integrity. I never worry that I am having unnecessary work done, like with other dentists I have gone to in the past."- C.D. / Google / Aug 17, 2019
"I have to be honest... the dentist, by nature, is not my favorite visit. As such, I really do appreciate a place where I can experience something akin to torture for me and still leave with a smile on my face. I've been a patient of Dr.Davis' since the 90's and I still have all my teeth! Every one of the staff is very personable and I have always felt comfortable about their feedback, advice and professionalism."- H.D. / Google / Feb 14, 2020
"My visit was great from the moment I arrived. Liz made feel very comfortable and was very helpful explaining options. Dr. Davis gave me a consultation about my teeth and he gave me exceptional advice. They did not push anything on me. Dr. Davis is kind in his approach. The office is beautiful and clean. I will be going back for treatments! Thank you!"- J.N. / Google / Dec 04, 2021
"The best....."- J.A. / Google / Dec 04, 2021
"The Best in the dental business! Kindness and care on every appointment."- S.W. / Google / Nov 20, 2021
How is Full Mouth Restoration Performed?
Each full mouth restoration will vary from patient to patient since it’s customized to meet the individual patient’s needs. The patient should first expect a thorough assessment of the entire mouth, which will include the use of X-rays and other diagnostic tools. After determining the condition of the patient’s oral health and diagnosing any conditions or issues, along with consulting with the patient about his or her goals, the dentist can begin to design a specific treatment plan. The dentist will keep the patient informed during every step of the process.
Some common procedures the dentist can perform include:
• Replacing worn out restorations like crowns and replacing with newer, more durable crowns or bridges
• Taking out and replacing traditional metal fillings with tooth-colored fillings
• Placing dental implants
• Scaling and root planing
• Bone and/or soft tissue grafts
• Porcelain veneers
What to Expect After Full Mouth Restoration?
Multiple visits are typically needed to complete all dental work and a patient will need to have numerous follow-up visits to assess the mouth, make sure the patient is responding well to procedures, and to track progress and healing. It’s extremely important for a patient to follow all of the dentist’s instructions for proper healing and to ensure optimal results. After certain procedures, the dentist may prescribe medication, which the patient should take as prescribed. The recovery process will depend on the patient’s condition and the types of procedures performed. If there are any questions or concerns, a patient should contact his or her dentist as soon as possible.
Anticipated Costs for Full Mouth Restoration
The cost of full mouth restoration can vary significantly based on the condition of the patient’s mouth and the type of procedures needed. At the low end, a patient can expect to spend around a few thousand dollars for minimal work. At the high end, full mouth restoration can extend past $45,000. Since some procedures might be deemed medically necessary, dental insurance might cover a portion of the cost. Our front office staff would be more than happy to contact your insurance carrier to confirm coverage.
Full mouth restoration FAQs
How many appointments do I need for full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth restorations can take one or several sessions, depending on your goals for treatment. During your initial appointment, our dental team can assess your teeth and gums and provide you with a personalized plan of action moving forward.
Does full mouth reconstruction hurt?
Cosmetic Dental Associates uses the most state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge tools to ensure your complete comfort. Our staff can also review options like oral-conscious sedation and IV sedation — so you feel more at ease.
How do I maintain my results?
After a full mouth reconstruction, patients should schedule dental cleanings twice a year or as recommended by your dental professional. Our team can show you how to clean dental implants and restorations like crowns for longer-lasting results.
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Restore Your Oral Health
No matter the condition of your oral health, it can be restored, along with your confidence, by the highly effective full mouth restoration. The treatment plan is designed for your unique needs and can alleviate painful symptoms, enhance your appearance, and help you regain normal function once again. If you think this might be the treatment for you, please call our office as soon as possible to schedule a consultation.