Do you have multiple broken or missing teeth? If so, it won’t just have a negative impact on your mouth; it could also lead to issues for the rest of your body. The more damage your smile has suffered, the more essential it is to restore it. Thanks to Dr. Hoop’s expertise, we can create a full mouth reconstruction plan to address even the most advanced oral health issues in a timely fashion. Get in touch with us if you would like more information on how full mouth reconstructions work or if you’re interested in scheduling a consultation.
Some dental concerns are simple enough to be sufficiently addressed with a single treatment such as a crown. But if you’re dealing with more severe issues – such as missing teeth or advanced gum disease – then a full mouth reconstruction may be needed.
There are many benefits of the full mouth reconstruction process. For one thing, it can be a viable option even if you have been struggling with certain problems for a long time. For another, it can help you significantly improve your oral health as well as your appearance.
Our team can look at your smile and help you decide for sure whether a full mouth reconstruction is needed. Don’t wait too long to reach out to us; the sooner you can take that first step, the better!
At your initial consultation, we’ll take note of any oral health issues that you currently have. We’ll also ask about your goals for treatment. Once we have a better understanding of what exactly it is you need, the next step is to select the procedures that will help you reach the end result you want. We can show you a model of your smile so that you have a realistic picture of what the real thing will ultimately look like.
Naturally, you may find yourself wondering “What treatments will be part of my full mouth reconstruction?” There are many possible ways to answer that question. For example, dentures and bridges are commonly used to replace missing teeth; sometimes they may even be attached to dental implants for better stability. Other treatments may be needed as well, and you’ll be given a cost and timeline estimate for each one.
You’ll only have an idea of how much you will need to pay for a full mouth reconstruction after you know what your customized treatment plan looks like. It might seem costly at first, but in the long run, there are many priceless advantages to having a healthy beautiful smile. Still, to make paying for your treatment easier, we accept dental insurance and offer financing. Our Direct Dental Savings Plan could also help you save on a variety of services.