Full-Mouth Restorations – Sunnyvale, TX
It’s Never Too Late For Your Smile
What is the state of your smile? Even patients who uphold a regular routine of brushing, flossing, and rinsing can experience the woes of tartar and other factors that can plague the mouth. Tooth decay can take root and ruin a smile, injuries can severely damage teeth and gum tissues, and trauma can jeopardize oral health and hygiene, leaving the mouth in a poor state. Any type of decay, bacterial buildup, or injury can be detrimental to the form and function of the mouth, and severe injury or decay can be absolutely devastating to oral function and health. If oral issues are rampant, then a full mouth restoration might be necessary to correct any problems and reestablish proper hygiene and form. The office of George T. Philip, D.M.D., P.A., located in Sunnyvale, TX, can provide comprehensive full mouth restoration procedures for those need to renew their oral health.
Proper Treatments from a Caring Team
Those suffering from severe facial trauma, decay, or injury need the best possible care to effectively restore their mouths to pristine condition. Dr. George T. Philip, a Mesquite native with a wealth of experience in the dental field, and his hand-selected team of dental experts are dedicated to providing the absolute best care for every patient that walks through our office doors. We stay current with the latest dental trends and our office is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, and we can guarantee that our top-tier restorative dentistry practice can address and correct any dental problems that may be hindering your ability to eat, speak, etc. Our number one priority is to provide every patient with optimal oral health and hygiene, and we will utilize our tools and technical prowess to ensure this goal is met.
Restore Your Mouth to Proper Form
Every dental case is unique, which is why we will provide undivided attention when you arrive for your appointment. Those seeking full mouth restoration usually require several procedures to correct the persistent problems, which is why we will perform a comprehensive examination and create a plan to heal your damaged areas, tailoring your treatments to fit your personal needs. A full mouth restoration can involve bone or soft tissue grafting, periodontal care, implant placement of permanent restorations, oral surgery, and other likeminded services. Most treatment can be followed up with cosmetic procedures, such as porcelain veneers and bonding, giving your teeth a natural, bright appearance. Though complete treatment times can vary, we will ensure that after the restoration is finished, you will achieve a happy, healthy, and full smile.
Receive the Care You Deserve
Your oral care has a drastic effect on your overall health and wellbeing. Don't allow severe dental problems to ruin your day-to-day life and hinder your abilities to chew and speak. Join our family today and receive the best oral care available. Dr. Philip and his team want to provide beautiful smiles for everyone, and our practice is dedicated to this ideal.
Contact us today to schedule your appointment with our wonderful, attentive team. We happily provide our dentistry services to those who reside in Sunnyvale, TX, Mesquite, Balch Springs, Rowlett, Rockwall, Dallas, Garland, and the surrounding communities.
Full Mouth Restoration FAQs
Having all of your teeth repaired or replaced is a big undertaking, and we want you to fully understand what the process entails from the beginning. If you check the FAQs below, you’ll find detailed answers to a number of common full mouth restoration questions. Do you have any other concerns? We invite you to bring them to our attention as soon as possible by contacting our office.
How Long Does a Full Mouth Restoration Procedure Take?
Some full mouth restorations take longer than others. It usually depends on how many teeth are being treated as well as which procedures you need. Certain treatments, such as placing crowns, only require a matter of weeks. But if the restoration process involves oral surgery, it might take months since the mouth and jaw will need time to heal.
It’s sometimes possible to have multiple treatments completed over the course of one visit, but in other cases, there might be more of a wait between each step. Once we know what services you need, we can start discussing the expected treatment timeline in more specific detail.
Will People Be Able to Tell that I Had a Full Mouth Restoration?
Our goal is to make the results of your full mouth restoration look as natural as possible. For example, if you have dental implants placed, the prosthetic teeth they support will be designed to blend in with your smile. As such, people meeting you for the first time may not realize you have had dental work done.
As for people who already know you, some treatments tend to be more noticeable than others. If only a couple of teeth were treated, it may not be particularly obvious that any changes were made. However, if significant work was done to your entire smile, people may be more likely to pick up on the difference. Whether or not that’s a good thing depends on the patient’s preferences, so be sure to let us know what your goals are at your initial consultation.
I’ve Had a Full Mouth Restoration – Is There Anything I Can’t Eat?
If you have had any surgery done, it will be necessary to maintain a soft food diet for a while, but this will only be until you’ve made a full recovery. Once the process is complete and your mouth is done healing, you should be able to eat most foods without issue. (Of course, foods that are high in sugar can still lead to cavities, so be careful around them if you want to keep your renewed smile in good health.)
How Do I Care for My Smile After Full Mouth Restoration?
We can give you customized aftercare tips depending on what treatments were performed, but when it comes to maintaining the results, generally you should:
- Brush two times every day – once in the morning and once before bed.
- Floss at least once a day, ideally before you brush your teeth.
- Stay away from tooth-damaging habits like chewing ice.
- Make your biannual dental checkups and cleanings a priority.