Some people require much more than a simple filling or professional cleaning. Whether it’s because of injury, disease, or any other reason, some people require a full mouth reconstruction. Fortunately, we offer all the services required to restore these patients to optimum oral health, improving not only the appearance of their smiles, but their overall quality of life as well. For our patients in need of extensive dental help, we offer full mouth reconstruction services at our Taylor, TX, office.
What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The procedures involved in full mouth reconstruction vary depending on each patient’s needs and goals. Typically, a reconstruction plan consists of a combination of cosmetic and restorative procedures intended to restore the patient’s oral health, and provide him or her with a fully functional, attractive set of teeth.
Who Needs a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Unfortunately, accidents happen, and it’s all too easy to experience damage to your teeth as a result. Disease and medication can also take a toll on oral health. Other people may simply be unhappy with the appearance of their smiles. People may require a full mouth reconstruction as a result of a wide variety of events or conditions. Whatever your reason is, if you need a reconstruction plan, our dentists here at Taylor Dental Associates can provide the services you need. The end result will be good oral health and a beautiful smile!
The Procedures Involved in Full Mouth Reconstruction
After performing a thorough oral exam and discussing your goals with regard to the functionality and appearance of your teeth and gums, your dentist will recommend procedures that will be necessary for you to achieve those goals. Because each patient is different, each plan for full mouth reconstruction is quite different as well. Typically, full mouth reconstruction requires several different procedures and many months to complete, but the end result is definitely worth it!
Contact Our Office Today
For more information about full mouth reconstruction, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Cabaniss or Dr. Falke, call our Taylor, TX, office today.