Full-Mouth Reconstruction in San Antonio, TX
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What Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
Reconstruction of the whole mouth can improve the health, function, and appearance of your teeth, gums, and jawbone for easier chewing, biting, speech, and a more attractive grin. Full-mouth reconstruction at Leon Springs Dental Center may include (but isn't limited to) onlays, inlays, bridges, crowns, veneers, dental implants, and dentures. Certain full-mouth reconstruction procedures may also call for a gum or bone graft. Our experienced team offers full-mouth restoration at our office in San Antonio, TX, which may help rejuvenate both the health of your mouth and the appearance of your smile. We will pay attention to your questions and needs prior to making your personal full-mouth restoration treatment plan.
What Should I Expect from A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
After a thorough exam of your teeth, gums, and jaw, our team might suggest full-mouth reconstruction. Your personalized treatment program will be created based on the state of your own teeth, gum tissue, TMJ (temporomandibular) joints, facial muscles, and bite. We will discuss your treatment and sedation choices and our own recommendations in your appointment to make sure your treatment plan fits your needs and goals. As soon as your treatment program is made, the team will discuss what to expect in your full-mouth reconstruction and schedule your appointments. In general, a full-mouth reconstruction will take several visits to Leon Springs Dental Center. It is common to schedule your procedures with breaks in between to allow you to heal before the next step is started.
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Amazing dental office that I now consider my regular dentist. Thorough, considerate and very professional, great team!
We have gone to many dentists in the past, even a family member, and this is by far the best experience we have had. Office staff is amandine and the dentists and hygienists are kind and caring
The sweetest people work here. I have been terrified of the dentist forever from bad experiences before so i came into this appointment with a lot of fear and although i still would rather not be at the dentist the staff was so amazing and made me feel comfortable the whole time.
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If you're looking for dental solutions to your complicated dental problems using a full-mouth reconstruction, then schedule a consultation at Leon Springs Dental Center in San Antonio, TX. Our team can make your distinctive treatment plan to fit your requirements and goals. We can help restore your mouth so that you can enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile.
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Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQs
Are full-mouth reconstructions painful?
Most patients do not find a full-mouth reconstruction painful. Whether your reconstruction includes one or multiple procedures ranging from simple veneers to dental implants, Dr. Walker strives to ensure you are comfortable throughout the treatment. During your consultation, you can talk to Dr. Walker about any worries you have concerning pain or tooth sensitivity.
How long do the results of a full-mouth reconstruction last?
Oral hygiene routine, frequent dental exams, the standard of dental treatment, and lifestyle choices are just a few of the factors that may affect how long your results last. With the right maintenance, full-mouth reconstruction results can last for many years.
How long does a full-mouth reconstruction take?
The number of procedures you have done and your treatment objectives will determine how long the procedure takes. During your visit, Dr. Walker will review the various treatment choices and the necessary time frames for each. Depending on what you have done, an average office visit typically lasts between 30 and 60 minutes.