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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Saginaw, TX

Invest in a Healthy, Functional Smile

Your teeth can serve you for your lifetime, but that doesn’t happen for many Americans. Disease, decay, and trauma can wreak havoc on your smile. This can create issues that affect your dental health and general well-being. You may even suffer from low self-esteem or daily pain. You don’t need to let your imperfect teeth stop you from looking and feeling your best. We can give your outlook on life a boost through a beautiful, functional smile using full mouth reconstruction.

Why Choose Saginaw Dental for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Personalized Services for Each Patient

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Everyone has unique dental needs and expectations, which is why we don’t use cookie-cutter treatment plans. We take the time to perform a thorough consultation to discuss your concerns and the results you’d like to achieve with full mouth rehabilitation. After reviewing all the information, including digital X-rays, impressions, and other images, we’ll recommend one or more treatments to enhance your smile.

Advanced Services for Amazing Results

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Dr. Renkuntla combines his experience and qualifications with the latest technological innovations to deliver superior services. His modern dental office provides more accurate diagnosis and treatments to give you the exceptional care you deserve. When choosing our office for your full mouth reconstruction, you’ll enjoy a variety of state-of-the-art amenities, like intraoral cameras, digital X-rays, and a digital impression system.

Which Procedures Will I Need?

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There isn’t any way to determine which procedures you’ll need without first performing a consultation. Based on your specific goals, we may recommend one or multiple treatments, such as:

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If you’re ready to breathe new life into your smile, we can help. Contact our office today to see if you’re a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. We look forward to giving you a smile you’ll want to show off.

Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

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Dr. Renkuntla and our team are eager to help you regain a healthy, strong, and complete smile. Before you book your full mouth reconstruction consultation, though, you may be eager to gather more information about the road ahead. To assist you, we have put together the following list of FAQs, along with succinct, easy-to-understand answers. If your specific questions are not touched on here, feel free to give us a call. We would love to speak with you!

How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?

The timeline for full mouth reconstruction varies from patient to patient. It depends largely on which procedures you undergo and the extent of those procedures. During your consultation, we will be able to estimate how long your case will take from start to finish. If you will receive dental implants, you can expect your total treatment time to be at least several months.

Whenever possible, we perform multiple procedures simultaneously so our patients can achieve their goals with maximum efficiency.

What Are the Full Mouth Reconstruction Steps?

The first step in full mouth reconstruction is a consultation with Dr. Renkuntla. He will evaluate your oral health, learn about your goals for treatment, and start putting together your customized care plan.

The next step is your treatment. This can involve multiple procedures. The order in which we perform them will depend on your oral health and other factors. For example, if you need gum disease therapy, that is likely to be among the first things we do. Cosmetic services are usually among the last steps in full mouth reconstruction.

How Long Will My Full Mouth Reconstruction Results Last?

The results of restorative procedures have varying lifespans. For example, dental implants may endure throughout your lifetime. Metal-free crowns may last for 10 years or longer. Dental bonding may need to be replaced every 3 – 5 years.

Here are some tips to help your new smile last as long as possible:

  • Stick to a thorough oral hygiene routine.
  • Eat a balanced diet.
  • Visit us for a checkup and cleaning every six months.
  • Do not smoke.
  • Wear a mouthguard when you play sports.
  • If necessary, wear a nightguard during sleep to prevent teeth grinding and clenching.

Does Getting a Full Mouth Reconstruction Hurt?

Patient comfort is important to us, so we provide local anesthesia for any procedure that might otherwise cause pain. We also use advanced technology to ensure that any surgeries we perform are as minimally invasive as possible.

With that being said, you can expect some soreness and swelling while you are recovering from any invasive dental procedure, such as dental implant placement. Other services, such as crown placement, can lead to a temporary increase in oral sensitivity. Our team will give you advice to make your healing process as comfortable as possible. For example, we may urge you to adjust your diet, get plenty of rest, and take pain medication as needed.