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Your Personalized Road to Recovery

Countless individuals suffer from complex or extensive oral health problems. If that is true of you, you might feel a bit downhearted when you think about the state of your mouth. But there is reason to be optimistic! Our practice is proud to offer full mouth reconstruction. This personalized treatment plan is designed to help you once again enjoy a complete, healthy, functional, and attractive smile. Continue reading to learn more about this restorative service.

Why Choose Mark Gray, DDS Cosmetic and Family Dentistry for Full Mouth Reconstruction?


Dentist With Decades of Experience
Advanced Technology for More Efficient Treatment
Caring, Compassionate, and Non-Judgmental Team

The Reconstruction Process

To begin your full mouth reconstruction process, you’ll have to visit us for a consultation, during which your dentist will thoroughly assess your oral health. We may also take some X-Rays or even use our cone beam scanner to get an in-depth look at your oral structures, even the ones beneath your gumline. We’ll get to know you as a person so we are familiar with your goals and expectations for treatment.

Once your dentist designs your treatment plan, they’ll educate you about the road ahead. Here are some treatments that are often included in full mouth reconstruction:

  • Dental implants to rebuild lost teeth from the roots up.
  • Other tooth replacement options for patients who are not candidates for implants or who choose not to receive them.
  • Crowns to protect vulnerable teeth and restore their form and function.
  • Tooth-colored fillings to address areas of mild to moderate decay.
  • Cosmetic treatments, such as porcelain veneers or dental bonding, to help you have a smile that you are proud to show off.

Depending on which treatments you undergo, your full mouth reconstruction may take just a few weeks. If you require more complex treatment, the process may last several months.

What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a different experience for each patient. That’s because it is a treatment plan, not a specific treatment. Its goal is to help patients recover as fully as possible from a wide range of dental problems, including but not limited to:

  • Decayed teeth
  • Broken and chipped teeth
  • Worn-down teeth
  • Tooth loss
  • Severe staining and other aesthetic problems

The reconstruction process can include various treatments, which may be both restorative and cosmetic in nature.

The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction offers numerous benefits, including:

  • Streamlined Treatment – Addressing all of your dental health issues at once is more efficient and may be more cost-effective than just getting a treatment done here and there.
  • Enhanced Function – After you complete your treatment, you can expect to be able to enjoy a wide variety of foods without pain.
  • Boosted Confidence – A healthy, attractive smile can make others perceive you as being youthful, successful, and approachable.

Would you like to learn more about full mouth reconstruction and how it may be able to help you enjoy a healthier, happier smile? Contact our practice today to ask questions or schedule a consultation.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

Interested in completely transforming your smile? While a full mouth reconstruction can help you achieve the strong, healthy, and beautiful grin you deserve, it’s natural to have concerns before jumping into the process. That’s why our team has gathered and answered some of our most commonly asked questions about this treatment. Keep reading to learn more about full mouth reconstruction in Houston and give us a call if you’d like to schedule your initial consultation.

Like any of our other dental procedures, our team will ensure your mouth is completely pain-free and numbed with a local anesthetic before moving forward with the process. Furthermore, if you tend to feel anxious or scared during a dental visit, we can even offer sedation dentistry to help you remain calm and as comfortable as possible. It’s normal to experience some mild soreness after completing your treatment, but this should be short-lived, as you’ll be provided with detailed aftercare instructions to help make your recovery much smoother.

Those who aren’t happy with either the function or the appearance of their pearly whites can typically benefit from undergoing full mouth reconstruction. This life-changing treatment is perfect for patients who require extensive restorative and cosmetic dental work to enhance the health and beauty of their smile. Of course, the best way to know if this option is a viable solution for you is through an initial consultation with our team. During your visit, your dentist will evaluate your mouth and develop a plan to help you achieve your smile goals.

Once you’ve finished your treatment, you’ll have to follow a solid at-home oral hygiene aftercare plan. This typically involves brushing every day, flossing daily (especially after meals), and rinsing with mouthwash frequently like normal. You’ll also need to avoid unhealthy oral habits, such as grinding your teeth, chewing on hard objects, or using your teeth as tools. Make sure to visit your dentist twice a year for checkups and cleanings, that way they can also monitor your gums and teeth to ensure you’re free of any developing problems.

Since our team utilizes state-of-the-art technology and techniques, your results from a full mouth reconstruction should look incredibly natural. Of course, the level of noticeability will depend on the kind of procedures you get. For example, whitening your teeth and treating several decayed ones shouldn’t be too noticeable, whereas veneers will transform your original smile dramatically. Don’t hesitate to inform us of the kind of results you’re looking for, as we’ll be more than happy to develop a custom plan for you.

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