Full-Mouth Rehabilitation in Plano, TX

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Repair Your Smile With a Full-Mouth Rehabilitation in Plano

Over his years of dental practice, Dr. Darren Dickson has made it possible for many patients to get back the full use of their teeth. Using a Plano full-mouth rehabilitation, he and our team can do the same for you. If you need most or all of your teeth replaced, our skilled treatment can help you:

  • Enjoy a mouth full of beautiful and functional teeth.
  • Socialize comfortably and show others a confident, natural-looking smile.
  • Choose whatever you want from the menu without picking and choosing.
  • Boost your self-confidence and feel better about yourself overall.
  • Improve your oral health and avoid problems down the road.

Get started on your full-mouth reconstruction! Call our team today to set up a no-obligation consultation. We’re located near the intersection of Preston Road and Tennyson Parkway, convenient for Plano residents in and around the 75024 ZIP code.

Eat & Smile Easily Again

You don’t have to continue living with a mouth that doesn’t work the way you want it to. Dr. Dickson has several options available to help you rebuild your smile and enjoy a healthy, strong bite.

Many of these options use either standard or mini dental implants as a stable base for full-mouth replacement teeth. Implants are artificial tooth roots that Dr. Dickson can place in your jaw. You may even be a good candidate for a same-day smile procedure in which you’ll receive your implants and replacement teeth in just one appointment. Otherwise, your jaw will require a few months of healing before we can place your restorations.

These restorations could include individual crowns, bridges, dentures, or even full arches of teeth using the All-on-4® procedure. Our team will work closely with you to help you decide which options are best for you. Our goal will be to restore your teeth and make it possible for you to eat, smile, and talk comfortably.

Crowns, bridges, and dentures can also be used without implants for repairing or replacing your teeth. In particular, zirconia crowns (made right here with our in-house milling system) are a great way to repair teeth that are abnormally worn. A new crown will restore a tooth to its proper height and shape.

A full-mouth rehabilitation in Plano can get your smile and bite back to normal! Call us today to schedule your consultation. Get a free dental implants consultation including a CT scan and one-on-one time with Dr. Dickson.

Am I a Candidate for a Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?

Full-mouth rehabilitation might be needed if you have lost a few teeth or have several teeth with large fillings that need replacement. You may also have teeth with significant decay or teeth that are broken, cracked, or badly worn down due to bruxism (chronic teeth grinding). You might have other dental ailments, including genetic disorders such as ectodermal dysplasia (teeth that never develop), amelogenesis imperfecta (abnormally small teeth), or dentinogenesis imperfecta (stained or translucent teeth), which require extensive treatment. You may choose to replace old crowns or just want to enhance your mouth for better comfort or health. In more advanced cases, your degraded gums and teeth might have created sunken cheeks or another visible facial abnormality. A full-mouth rehabilitation should totally rejuvenate the whole face once the correct amount of teeth is in place.

Full-Mouth Rehabilitation FAQ

Does full-mouth rehabilitation hurt?

No, most patients do not find full-mouth rehabilitation painful – even though a major component can include dental implants, which is a more involved procedure. With local anesthetics to completely numb the treatment area and sedation options to further increase comfort, a full-mouth rehabilitation can be performed very comfortably no matter what procedure you're having. During your consultation, Dr. Dickson will explain your options and what they entail and listen to your concerns to help you choose the right option for you.

Will my teeth look fake after a full-mouth rehabilitation?

No, they won't. Dr. Dickson will choose a tooth size, shape, and shade that best fits your facial aesthetic — so your smile isn't just stunning but naturally stunning.

How long does a full-mouth rehabilitation take?

Because My Dentist in Plano has an in-office lab, crowns can often be placed in one office visit. Dental implants are placed in two procedures. The first is to implant the anchor posts into your jaw. During this time, you'll wear a temporary crown, bridge, or denture while you heal and the permanent appliance is made. Recovery usually takes about six months, after which time you'll come back to have your permanent restoration affixed.

Can I eat whatever I want after a full-mouth rehabilitation?

Yes, you can. Your new smile will be not only beautiful but stronger than ever, allowing you to bite into a crisp apple, nibble corn on the cob, or munch on mixed nuts anytime you feel like it.

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