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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Houston, TX

How We Repair Your Entire Smile

Young woman smiling after a full mouth reconstruction in Houston, TX

Do you have so many decayed or injured teeth that you’ve started to forget what your smile looked like before? No matter how dire you think the situation is, Dr. Palmer can offer a solution! After examining your mouth, he can start planning your full mouth reconstruction to bring back your dazzling, healthy grin. Call us today to schedule a consultation at Palmer Dental Group of Houston and learn more about how we can restore even the most severely damaged smiles.

Why Choose Palmer Dental Group of Houston for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

  • In-House Dental Implant Placement
  • State-of-the-Art Dental Office
  • Focus on Providing Individualized Care

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

Male dental patient smiling after full mouth reconstruction in Houston, TX

A full mouth reconstruction is usually recommended for patients who have severe damage or decay in different parts of the mouth; it’s a necessary step for protecting your oral health in the long term, and it can help you regain any confidence you may have lost due to having a less-than-dazzling grin.

The longevity of the treatments used during full mouth reconstruction depends largely on the care you give your mouth afterward. As such, to be a good candidate for reconstruction, you need to be willing and able to maintain a strict oral healthcare regimen; that means brushing and flossing every day while making time to see the dentist once every six months.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

Female patient in red shirt after full mouth reconstruction in Houston, TX

A full mouth reconstruction combines multiple procedures to repair all of the teeth in the mouth. The procedures used will vary from person to person depending on their needs; as such, the reconstruction process will look somewhat different for every patient.

The first step is always the same: you’ll visit our office for a consultation. After we’ve taken X-rays of your mouth, examined your teeth, and identified the oral health conditions that need to be addressed, we will put together a list of procedures for restoring your smile. Said procedures might include any number of restorative treatments, including crowns and dental implants. In some cases, we might also include a few cosmetic treatments to correct any flaws that have been bothering you.

The timeline of the full mouth reconstruction process will depend on what procedures are recommended. If there’s anything you don’t understand, don’t hesitate to let us know; we want our patients to feel completely informed before we start working on their smiles.

Understanding the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Since the procedures that make up the full mouth reconstruction process can vary, the amount you end up paying for the process overall isn’t set in stone. We’ll need to examine your mouth thoroughly and figure out which treatments are necessary before we give you an estimate. Rest assured that the costs involved will be discussed at length before you have to make any commitments.

Our practice offers a few different ways to make full mouth reconstruction more affordable. We take various kinds of dental insurance plans, and we offer third-party financing through CareCredit and Wells Fargo. Our team will go over your payment options with you during your initial consultation.