Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Improvements that are Worth the Wait

A need for full-mouth reconstruction in Midland may arise suddenly due to an unexpected accident or trauma to the mouth, or may be the result of years of poor dietary habits, clenching/grinding your teeth, medications or medical conditions, or an uneven bite. Whatever the cause behind it, a well-planned and implemented full-mouth reconstruction may help to alleviate the conditions, and results that have contributed to years of suffering.

Rebuild Your Smile

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While it sounds intimidating, full-mouth reconstruction is simply a long-term series of procedures that Dr. Randell Bell completes to address dental-related issues throughout your mouth. Think of it in terms of a contractor overseeing a major home renovation, but we combine dental specialists and doctors that work together in a variety of efforts in order to bring you, a complete smile!

We aim to rectify chronic and usually painful problems associated with your bite, fixing teeth and/or jaw problems brought on by an accident or trauma to the mouth. We also correct damage caused by years of neglect or regular exposure to acidic foods/beverages, acid reflux, clenching/grinding of teeth or other damaging habits.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures

Whatever you envision for yourself, today’s technology can accomplish most anything! No matter what you would like done Dr. Bell likes to start your treatment off with a comprehensive examination. In this way we get to know you, your desires, and your needs. In fact, this will probably be the most thorough dental exam you have ever experienced. The following are just a few of the areas we may address:

  • Orthodontics to correct bite or alignment problems
  • Dental implants or bridges to replace missing teeth
  • Porcelain veneers to mask stained teeth or cover teeth that have shifted
  • Crowns to serve as anchors for a bridge or protect a tooth that is cracked, broken, or endodontically (root canal) treated
  • Changes to your gum-line to improve your smile, creating more available tooth structure to hold a restoration
  • Tooth-colored fillings, inlays, or onlays to treat cavities or replace worn, unappealing metal fillings
  • Bite analysis in order to prevent gum recession, breaking teeth, or pain

Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost

Costs and duration of treatment are determined by aesthetic preferences, reconstructive needs, and what you desire your smile to look like. Our focus is on longevity and predictability, so make sure to let your Midland dentist Dr. Bell make an informed decision that balances your financial capabilities with your oral health needs.

If you are worried about the cost of treatment, or don’t have dental insurance, we are happy to offer flexible financing options to help you get the care you need.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQ

  1. I have so much decay, will I end up in dentures?
    We sure hope not!  The average person should not be getting active decay after their early 20s.  If they are, the cause is usually an acidic environment, which helps decay-causing bacteria thrive. If we can figure out what is causing this acidity and use methods to raise the pH, we have a chance to stop the decay process.  Once stopped, we can then rebuild.
  2. Will I have a beautiful smile after my first visit?
    We would make that happen if we could! Unfortunately, a smile reconstruction can be a very involved process, and it will probably take a few visits. First we need to meet you, get to know you and the conditions of your mouth, and then make a plan for what you want.  Once we start treatment, it won’t be long before we have you walking out with a beautiful smile customized just for you.
  3. Can you help me smile again?
    We sure hope so.  Let us know what you want and we will try to design something just for you.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about full mouth reconstruction or smile makeovers, or are ready to schedule a visit with your Midland dentist, Dr. Randell Bell at Health Centered Dentistry, give us a call today at (432) 301-9597 or schedule online!

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