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Regain Your Smile With Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Richmond

If you’re missing most or all of your teeth, you may have thought it was a hopeless situation. That’s not the case, however. Dr. Reza Memar and the team at Dental Garden can restore your smile and bite using full-mouth reconstruction in Richmond. With this procedure, we can:

  • Improve the function of your teeth and jaw, allowing for better chewing, biting, and speaking
  • Give you back a beautiful smile that you’ll proudly show off everywhere you go
  • Address various dental problems such as decay, gum disease, and bone loss to promote optimal oral health
  • Boost your self-esteem and confidence in social and professional settings

Call Dental Garden today at 281-853-9215 to schedule a consultation. It’s time to do something about your missing teeth. Let our team help you get your smile back! Join our Membership Plan to save on cosmetic and restorative treatments.

Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Can Be Your Key to a Beautiful Smile

If you’re experiencing multiple dental issues that affect the appearance, function, and health of your teeth, gums, and jaw, full-mouth rehabilitation might be the solution for you. This procedure is a comprehensive dental treatment that will restore your smile and overall oral health.

Full-mouth restoration is designed for individuals who have dental problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, missing teeth, bite misalignment, and more. By addressing these issues together, full-mouth rehab can provide a complete dental repair.

Besides restoring the function of your mouth, full-mouth reconstruction can also greatly enhance the aesthetics of your smile. With a beautiful and confident smile, you can feel more comfortable in social and professional interactions.

Each full-mouth restoration plan is customized to meet your specific needs and goals. Our experienced dental team will carefully evaluate your oral health and design a personalized treatment plan to address all areas of concern.

To reconstruct your smile, your dentist may use:

  • Dental implants, including the innovative All-on-4® procedure
  • Dentures
  • Dental crowns
  • Implant-supported bridges

With full-mouth repair, you can expect long-term results and improved oral health. The procedure takes a comprehensive approach, considering all aspects of your oral well-being to ensure you get the results you want. There’s no need to feel nervous about full-mouth restoration. We’ll numb your mouth with local anesthesia, and you can receive dental sedation if you’d like.

To find out more about full-mouth reconstruction in Richmond, call Dental Garden today at 281-853-9215.

Common Questions About Full-Mouth Reconstruction

What is a full-mouth reconstruction?

A full-mouth reconstruction is the process of replacing all or nearly all your teeth. Often, patients who come to us for this treatment have suffered widespread dental damage. They have difficulty eating and are embarrassed about their smile’s condition. We usually use dental implants and replacement teeth to restore these patients’ smiles.

How long does a full-mouth reconstruction take?

Since every full-mouth reconstruction will involve different services, there is no standard time frame. Some procedures, including tooth extractions and dental implant placement, will involve a healing period. Dr. Memar will work with you to select the services best suited to your smile needs and goals, including your schedule and your budget.

Is full-mouth reconstruction painful?

A full-mouth reconstruction may include multiple treatments, including surgical procedures such as tooth extractions, bone grafts, and dental implant placement. No matter which procedures you receive for your dental restoration, we’ll ensure you remain comfortable. We use local anesthesia to numb your mouth prior to treatment, and you can also choose to receive dental sedation.