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Full Mouth Restoration
Plano, TX


Dental x-ray of a full mouthat Dallas Oral Surgery Associates in Plano, TX

Here at Dallas Oral Surgery Associates, we provide full mouth reconstruction services. This is a procedure that rebuilds and replaces lost or irreparably damaged upper and lower teeth. This procedure is also known as full mouth rehabilitation because it involves complete dental restoration.

Who Needs A Full Mouth Reconstruction?


You may be a full mouth reconstruction candidate if you have lost your teeth lost due to decay, trauma, injury, or fracturing. You could also have abnormal teeth development. Conditions like ectodermal dysplasia, amelogenesis, or dentinogenesis imperfecta are causes of this.

Treatment Options for Full Mouth Reconstruction


A full mouth reconstruction is a complicated procedure. Not only will we need to use a variety of treatment options, but we’ll also need to work with different dentists with specific areas of specialization.

General or restorative dentists handle crowns, bridges, and veneers. Periodontists are responsible for the gums. Oral surgeons and orthodontists are tooth movement and positioning specialists. Endodontists who specialize in the tooth pulp also make up the team.

A full mouth reconstruction procedure may include one or more of the following treatments. Onlays, crowns, bridges, veneers, dental implants, or dentures. An onlay, sometimes called a partial crown, is a restorative dental filling. Onlays are made using either metal, porcelain, or acrylic. Each one is unique as it can only fit the specific dental space it's in. Onlays are used on molars or premolars.

Crowns are a type of fixed dental prosthetic device that resembles the top of a tooth. Porcelain, ceramic gold, and metal alloys, acrylic, or ceramic, are the materials they're made from. They function as caps and are for restoration of shape, size, strength. They also help improve the appearance of the face. Crowns are used for the teeth at the back.

Bridges are another type of fixed prosthetic devices. They fill or bridge gaps created by one or more missing teeth. Bridges are either made of porcelain or ceramic, and they attach to your natural teeth or implants. There are different types, and we will help you decide which to use based on your situation.

Veneers are custom-made teeth covers. We also refer to them as porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates. They protect the enamel of the tooth as well. They are also an extra source of strength for the tooth they are applied to.

Dental implants are metal posts or frames that act as anchors for replacement teeth. They go into the jawbone, beneath your gums. Dentures are full or partial teeth replacements. You can take them out and put them back into the mouth as needed. They come in different types, and as with bridges, we will help you decide which type is the best for you to use.

Our dental specialists use the latest techniques and technology. This ensures that there's a happy marriage between aesthetics and function. Our ultimate goal with this procedure is to leave you with a beautiful mouth, a mouth that is healthy and functional, and one you are entirely comfortable with.

If you have any questions on a full mouth reconstruction, call Dallas Oral Surgery Associates at 972-733-0414 today.
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Full Mouth Restoration - Oral Surgeon, Plano TX - Alexandra Garcia, DDS
You may be a full mouth reconstruction candidate if you have lost your teeth lost due to decay, trauma, injury, or fracturing. Call Dallas Oral Surgery Associates today!
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