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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Denison, IA

Rehabilitate Your Beautiful Smile

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Healthy teeth are important for more than just a beautiful smile. They are necessary for your overall wellness and quality of life. Damaged or missing teeth not only affect your self-esteem, but can also make it difficult to eat or speak clearly. Not to mention, you can experience pain and other complications. Dr. Ryan Bygness has the training and qualifications to restore a healthy, functional smile. Full mouth reconstruction can improve your oral and general health. You can enjoy a healthier smile with full mouth rehabilitation.

Why Choose 32 & You for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Advanced Technology
  • Personalized Solutions
  • Natural-Looking Results

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

Patient with advanced gum disease

If you have damaged teeth or have experienced tooth loss, you may be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. It's recommended for patients with poor dental health, recurrent pain, or compromised oral functions from damaged or deficit teeth. Your restorative dentist will examine your mouth to determine if it's right for you.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process 

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You'll require an initial consultation to create a personalized treatment plan. Depending on your needs, it may require several procedures to restore a healthy smile. Your dentist will explain your timeline and what you can expect along the way. Although every case differs, common procedures used for full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Gum Disease Treatment: Specific treatments target the infection to restore gum health, like scaling and root planing.
  • Dental Implants: A dental implant replaces both the tooth root and the crown to provide a solution that looks and feels natural.
  • Fillings: A tooth-colored material can be used to treat decay using a method that will blend in with your enamel.
  • Crowns: Ceramic materials are used to create restorations that look like real teeth.
  • Bridges: Dental bridges fill the gaps of consecutive tooth loss to restore a complete smile.
  • Cosmetic Services: Full mouth rehabilitation also involves the aesthetics of your pearly whites. Your dentist may recommend various cosmetic procedures to give you a stunning smile to be proud of.

Understanding the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction

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No two mouths or situations are identical, so there's no one-size-fits-all solution to repair damaged teeth. Many factors will influence the cost, like the severity of the issues, types of procedures, and quality of materials. Don't worry, our office accepts various financial solutions to keep services affordable. Besides using your dental insurance for medically necessary procedures, our office also accepts third-party financing, like CareCredit. You can make monthly installments for any out-of-pocket expenses, so your financial situation doesn't stand in the way of achieving your best smile.

If you're ready to stop living with the challenges of poor dental health, we can help. Book an appointment through our website or call our office at (703) 991-7554.