Full Mouth Reconstruction in Plano, TX

At Innate Dental Services, we can completely restore your smile with full mouth reconstruction services in Plano, TX, and the nearby areas. We offer different options for patients wanting whole mouth restoration surgery. When it comes to state of the art dental reconstruction, our services are unsurpassed. Trust in Dr. Leke and his experienced and talented staff to give you the smile you have always wanted. We will walk you through the process of getting full mouth dental restoration services from start to finish.

Enhance Your Smile With Complete Mouth Restoration

Our team of dental experts will help you to enhance your smile and oral function with complete mouth restoration services. The industry standard for full mouth restoration is the All-on-4 option which uses four anchored implants and a non-removable arch bridge. The other option for teeth reconstruction is a removable bridge that is supported by anchored implants that are attached to abutments using a specialized bar.

Dental reconstruction also includes extractions on problem teeth which may need to be removed as a part of the full-mouth dental restoration services. If you’re unsure of which option is right for you, our expertly trained staff will assist you with finding which dental solution is the best choice for you.

We are the dental expert you can trust to bring out the best in your smile. Contact us today and receive quality dental care from the best dentists in Plano, TX. Call us to schedule an appointment for full mouth dental restoration by calling us at (214) 846-1113 today!

All-on-4​

Traditionally, each single Dental Implant has one small titanium screw that a surgeon inserts into the gums. Then, the dentist places a single prosthetic tooth to the screw.

With an All-on-4 implant, you don’t need to replace each tooth individually. Instead, a dental professional will surgically insert four titanium posts into your jawbone as the main anchors. They can then attach a permanent prosthesis bridge at those four areas for a seamless look across your entire mouth.

Snap on dentures​

Similar in appearance to traditional dentures, stabilized overdentures (or snap on dentures) do just that…they “snap on” to implant abutments via 2-4 locators found on the underside of your denture plate.

As is the case with traditional dentures, you will still need to remove your snap-on appliance every night to soak it and brush it clean the next morning. But unlike traditional dentures, there’s no rocking, shifting or rubbing to manage because your implants keep the snap on appliance secure and in place. The implants also allow us to remove the pallet (the part covering the roof of your mouth), which not only helps with speech and chewing but brings back the taste of foods that you enjoy.

Full Mouth Reconstruction
Mouth Reconstruction

We also perform extractions on problem teeth that need to be removed as part of the whole-mouth reconstruction process.

Not sure which option is right for you? No worries. Our expertly-trained staff can work with you to determine which solution is best.

 

What Can I Expect from the Procedure?

Prior to receiving your implants, you will need to complete a few necessary steps that can be done during your consultation visit.

In an effort to minimize pain and discomfort, you’ll be fully sedated during the actual procedure. At this time, any remaining teeth will be extracted, and a small incision will be made for each implant. The implant will then be placed, the incision closed, and you will most likely be given a temporary bridge that will act as a bandaid to allow the healing process to take place. This will take a little bit of time (usually 4-6 months).

You will never be without your smile or chewing capabilities during the process. Once your implants have healed, an impression will then be taken and used to create your permanent restoration.

 

And What About the Benefits?

Did you know that conventional dentures are proven to be 75% less effective than your original teeth? That’s a lot of your favorite foods you may now have to forego for the sake of convenience.

Dental implants, on the other hand, are often times even more durable than your original teeth. And that’s just one of the benefits.

 

Compared to conventional dentures, dental implants offer the following upgrades to their recipients:

Benefit from the advanced materials used with implant surgery that provide a more permanent and durable solution that is also more cosmetically desirable than traditional dentures.

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Enjoy the ability to eat harder and healthier foods that would not typically be available to you with regular dentures. 
Keep your facial structure looking strong and youthful for a longer period of time with the bone preservation that implants promote.
Speak clearly and with ease as implants do not shift or move around in your mouth, unlike their conventional counterparts.
Keep your healthy existing teeth in tact as implants prevent them from shifting and weakening with extra strain and overuse.

Set up a consultation with one of our experts today. Your new smile is waiting!

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