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  • Rebuild your smile using several options
  • Relax with headphones & Netflix
  • Enjoy convenient early hours & sedation

Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Houston, TX to Restore Your Smile

Stats Image The success rate for full arches of fixed teeth secured to implants is over 99% after 1 year. Source.
If you’re missing a lot of teeth, you may dream about having a whole new set of pearly whites. If you’re ready to make your dream come true and change your life for the better, our team can help. Dr. Juarez and Dr. Arnold can combine several options for a personalized full-mouth reconstruction in Houston that will help you:

  • Eat anything you want again
  • Smile with more confidence wherever you go
  • Look younger and more attractive
  • Maintain optimal oral health and overall health

Let us give you back your smile! Call Houston Uptown Dentists today at 832-463-1021 to schedule an appointment.

Replace Your Missing Teeth With Dental Implants

Dental implants feel, look, and function like your natural teeth. Because they replace your tooth roots, dental implants provide a strong foundation and improved bite compared to other restorative options. Following implant placement and integration with your jawbone, we can restore your dental implants with dental crowns, dental bridges, or implant-retained or implant-supported dentures. We even offer an option where you can receive implants and replacement teeth on the same day.

If dental implants are not right for you, we provide several other restorative options:

  • If you have many damaged teeth, we can completely cap them with dental crowns for improved strength and appearance.
  • If you are missing a tooth or multiple adjacent teeth, we can fill the gaps in your smile with dental bridges or partial dentures.
  • If you need all your teeth replaced, we can make full custom dentures.

Regardless of the treatments you choose for your full-mouth reconstruction, we will work hard to provide comfortable, pleasant dental care. We do this in many ways, including:

  • We can offer sedation options to eliminate pain.
  • We can help you relax with calming music and personal movie glasses for watching Netflix.
  • Our early hours make it easy to schedule quieter, longer appointments too.

If you’re ready to get back your beautiful smile and its function, call us today at 832-463-1021 for a Houston full-mouth reconstruction. You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Full-Mouth Reconstruction

What is a full-mouth reconstruction?

A full-mouth reconstruction is an extensive plan to repair all your damaged and missing teeth. You and your dental team will work together to develop a treatment plan to give you back a mouth full of beautiful and functional teeth. This plan will most likely include a combination of dental implants, crowns, bridges, and/or dentures.

How long does a full-mouth reconstruction take?

The length of your treatment will depend on what work is actually being performed. If your reconstruction involves just conventional dentures, you may have your new teeth within a few weeks. However, if you need dental implants, there is usually a waiting period of several months before we can place your teeth and complete your treatment.

How much does a full-mouth reconstruction cost?

As with all our services, we cater to the personal needs of our patients. For that reason, and because a full-mouth reconstruction is a complex procedure with many variables, it is not possible to give a one-size-fits-all price. Once we’ve examined your mouth and taken digital images, we will be happy to present you with a treatment plan that breaks down the fees.

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.

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