While our teeth are durable and designed to withstand daily use, with time, they can become compromised. In fact, many people experience tooth loss and trauma that not only impacts the look of their smile, but also its basic function. With over a decade of experience and a drive to help her patients live their best possible lives, Dr. Chandy offers custom-tailored full mouth reconstructions to rejuvenate the smile. To learn how this treatment may be able to benefit you, contact our office today to schedule a consultation.
There are many different types of situations in which a full mouth reconstruction in Carrollton may be the best treatment option. Typically, Dr. Chandy recommends this service for patients who are facing multiple functional and aesthetic problems, including missing multiple teeth, failing and damaged teeth, and underlying chronic conditions, like bruxism, that have led to extensive wear and tear.
Additionally, if you have a medical condition that impacts your oral health and has led to tooth loss, a full mouth reconstruction may be the perfect option to help you regain a healthy and happy grin. However, the best way to learn whether you’re a good candidate is to schedule a consultation.
All of our full mouth reconstruction treatments will begin with an in-depth oral examination and sit-down discussion with Dr. Chandy. Her priority during this visit is to better understand your medical and oral health history as well as discuss what goals you’d like to achieve through investing in your treatment. Then, based on her findings and the discussion, she’ll put together a detailed treatment plan.
Full mouth reconstructions are designed on a timeline that best fits with your schedule and needs, and they can include two or more services, including dental implants, traditional prosthetics, deep cleanings, and more. What they are will depend on the unique dental issues you face.
There’s no set cost of full mouth reconstruction in Carrollton. The price of your treatment will depend on what services will be done as well as your dental insurance coverage. In many cases, functional treatments like prosthetics, fillings, and dental crowns typically at least partially covered by insurance plans. However, more aesthetic ones, like teeth whitening, will likely not be covered. Our team at Aegis Dental will discuss each of your payment options with you and go over your insurance benefits, doing our best to keep your out-of-pocket expenses low.