6769 Lake Woodlands Dr Ste A, The Woodlands, TX 77382
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Full Mouth Restoration

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What Is Full Mouth Restoration?

At the practice of Leah Zils, DDS, patients in The Woodlands, Texas, know they can receive quality care and dental attention with a friendly, caring team of professionals. In addition to providing general, preventative, and cosmetic dentistry, our practice restores and rehabilitates the smile when necessary. With full mouth restoration, patients have the chance to repair their smiles and address various concerns with the assistance of an experienced dental provider.

What Is Full Mouth Restoration?

A full mouth restoration, sometimes called full mouth reconstruction or full mouth rehabilitation, is a customized dental plan designed for a patient with significant damage, decay, or lost teeth in the smile. The goal of full mouth restoration is to restore the mouth’s function, health, and aesthetics, typically involving multiple dental procedures.

What Treatments Might Be Included In My Full Mouth Restoration Plan?

A full mouth restoration includes a combination of restorative, cosmetic, and orthodontic treatments to address issues such as:

  • Missing teeth. Replacing missing teeth using dental implants or bridges helps restore proper chewing function and prevent further oral health problems.
  • Worn or damaged teeth. Teeth that are worn down, chipped, or cracked can be restored with fillings, crowns, or veneers.
  • Bruxism (teeth grinding). Bruxism may cause significant damage to the teeth and may require treatments such as a night guard or orthodontics.
  • Periodontal disease. If you have more advanced stages of gum disease, treatment may include deep cleanings, gum grafts, and other surgical procedures.
  • Malocclusion (misaligned bite). Orthodontic treatments like braces or clear aligners may be used to straighten the teeth and improve the bite.
  • TMJ disorders. If you experience pain or discomfort in your jaw joint, treatments such as mouthguards, physical therapy, or surgery may be recommended.

Schedule time to speak to our team about the benefits of full mouth restoration

Whether you have lost or broken teeth, our team provides restorative care to get your smile back on track! If you live in or around the area of The Woodlands, TX, and are interested in speaking with our team about your options for a smile makeover, call (281) 973-2276 to request an appointment at 6769 Lake Woodlands Drive, Suite A.

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