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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Revitalizing Your Smile with Full Mouth Reconstruction

Have your teeth and smile seen better days? Has it been a while since you’ve been to the dentist (we hope not)? Have you finally decided that you want a flawless smile, but you don’t know how much dental work that will involve?

No worries! Our McKinney dentists have performed beautiful full mouth reconstruction (FMR) procedures for many satisfied patients. FMR is one of the most complex and advanced cosmetic/general dentistry treatments we offer, and is sometimes referred to as full mouth rehabilitation.

If you’re tired of those worn out, broken, unsightly teeth, we have your FMR solutions. Our reconstruction treatments deliver incredible results, while keeping your comfort and relaxation a high priority. Our highly trained dentists are equipped with decades of knowledge and skills to effectively restore your smile, bite, and self-confidence.

  • Such processes require a great deal of planning and designing on the dentists’ part.
  • We use state-of-the-art technology and techniques to plan every stage of your reconstructive dental procedure.
  • To design your smile, we create a preliminary diagnostic wax-up as a blueprint of your treatment.
  • This “trial” set of teeth can be worn by you as a way to evaluate your bite and smile.

At McKinney Dentist, we will happily sit down with you and explain every procedure in the FMR plan, while listening to your concerns and thoughts. Overall, we are not happy unless you are happy—that is the ultimate goal of our dental work.

No doubt about it, full mouth reconstruction necessitates a clear, systematic approach in order to restore all (or nearly all) of your teeth at once.

If you are unsure whether or not you should consider full mouth rehabilitation, we recommend reviewing the following list, which contains dental conditions best suitable for full mouth reconstruction:

  • Multiple missing teeth
  • Severely worn-down teeth
  • Severely decayed teeth throughout most of your mouth
  • Severely eroded enamel
  • Traumatic injury to the mouth or teeth
  • Congenital disorders, causing missing teeth, missing enamel, or poorly-formed teeth
  • A deep bite (when the top teeth extend too far over the bottom teeth)
  • A patient who wants instant orthodontics on every tooth (with the use of veneers, bridges, or other restorations)

We know it is difficult for some patients who don’t know if they would be a candidate for this type of treatment, so we encourage you to prepare your questions and schedule your FMR evaluation. We will gladly evaluate your entire condition (oral health, health history, current medications, and more) to determine if reconstructing your mouth is the best option.

You can even ask to view our before and after photos of our incredible smiles we created!

  • As you can see, full mouth reconstruction enhances your smile using a comprehensive and a complex combination of cosmetic dental solutions.
  • Whether you need crowns, veneers, implants or a combination of these, we will use our dental services to meet and exceed your needs.
  • FMR requires plenty of experience, as well as extensive planning and precise attention to detail in order to achieve an aesthetically-pleasing, healthy smile.

From our extensive dental experiences and successes, we know which solutions provide the best results, depending on the perfect smile you seek! You can trust our McKinney Dentist team to provide the intricate procedures involved in full mouth reconstruction. We encourage you to schedule your FMR evaluation with mckinneydentist.com today!

 

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Full Mouth Reconstruction
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Bad teeth due to decay or severe trauma can be fixed with full mouth reconstruction.
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