Full-Mouth Restoration in Houston, TX
Restore Your Smile With Our Houston Dentists!
Are you looking for a Houston, TX dentist who specializes in full mouth restoration? You’ve come to the right place. Missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance and can also increase your risk of periodontal disease, cavities, bone loss, tooth loss, and deterioration of your facial structure. Dental implants are a viable solution to your problems.
Our team of highly skilled implant dentists has undertaken hundreds of hours of education and advanced training to be able to provide you with this permanent fix. Read our friendly guide below to discover what our dental implants can do for you.
What Is Full Mouth Restoration?
A full mouth restoration uses restorative and cosmetic treatments to improve, repair, and restore your oral health and appearance. Dr. Nazari can also reverse certain oral issues like deterioration of your facial structure and bone loss.
Benefits of a Full Mouth Restoration
When you choose to receive a full restoration, it comes with a variety of benefits:
- Improve mouth function
- Longevity and durability
- Reduce the risk of tooth decay and oral health complications
- Improve bite force
- Enhance your smile’s appearance
- Eat, chew, and speak with ease and comfort
Our Dental Implant Options
Our Houston office is your go-to place for all types of implants, including:
- Traditional dental implants
- Mini implants
- All-on-4 implants
- All-on-6 implants
- Hybrid implants
The Implant Placement Process
This simple surgical procedure follows a two-step process. The implants are titanium screw-like posts that replace the root of your natural tooth. Over a period of about four months, your jawbone heals around the implant and absorbs it. After the healing period, we can attach an abutment to the implant to hold your restoration in place firmly. These restorations include porcelain dental crowns, dental bridges, or dentures.
It‘s not an exaggeration to say that, when it comes to artificial teeth, nothing will be as easy or as comfortable as a dental implant. Our implant and crown combination feels and looks great. After the second part of the two-step procedure, you will recover real biting power. This means that you can go back to eating the foods you love, and the fiber-rich items that keep you healthy and happy.
Choosing the Right Treatments
There are a few factors that we take into consideration to determine which dental implant process is right for you:
- The condition of your remaining teeth
- The number of teeth you are missing
- Your smile goals
- Your jawbone density
- The state of your oral health and general health
- And to a certain extent, your finances
Frequently Asked Questions
Is a full mouth restoration procedure painful?
Full mouth restorations aren’t painful. Your dentist will apply a local anesthetic to numb the site so you can experience little to no discomfort as possible. After the procedure, you may experience some discomfort once the anesthetic wears off. Your dentist will recommend taking over-the-counter pain medications like ibuprofen to alleviate pain.
How do I take care of my dental implants?
Taking care of your implants is easy, as they don’t require any special oral care. With implant restorations, brush twice a day and floss daily like you normally would. Be sure to visit your dentist’s office for regular cleanings and checkups every six months to make sure your gums are healthy.
How much is a full mouth restoration in Houston?
The cost for a full mouth restoration can vary due to certain factors. We recommend speaking to your insurance provider to better understand your plan and get the benefits you’re entitled to. Ask your dentist if their office features financing plans to cover out-of-pocket expenses.
Rebuild & Enhance Your Smile in Houston, TX
Find out if full mouth restoration is the perfect solution for your oral health needs at Antoine Dental Center! To schedule your consultation with our Houston dentists, call our practice today at (713) 691-8880.
You can also request more information through our online contact form. We’re proud to serve patients in Aldine, Independent Heights, Northside Village, and Eastex/Jensen, TX areas. We look forward to working with you!