Full Mouth Restoration

Full Mouth Restoration in Plano, TX

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If you don't have a good home oral care routine, skip your bi-annual visits to the dentists, or abuse your teeth, you may need a full mouth restoration. For patients who need multiple restorative dental procedures, board-certified dentists Dr. Ron Bosher and Dr. Tim Nguyen perform full mouth restorations at their office in Plano, Texas. During the consultation, Dr. Bosher or Dr. Nguyen will assess the health of the patient's teeth and gums before creating a personalized full mouth restoration plan. Each full mouth makeover will be different based on the needs and goals of the patients, but some of the most common procedures included are:

  • Dental bridge
  • Dental crowns
  • Dental onlay
  • Hybrid implants
  • Implant-retained bridges
  • Implant-retained crown
  • Implant-retained dentures
  • Root canal
  • Single tooth dental implants

What to Expect

Once the patient's full mouth restoration plan has been created, the dentist will schedule needed appointments and give the patient any instructions needed before the procedure. Depending on the procedures performed, patients may be put under nitrous oxide sedation, intravenous sedation, or oral conscious sedation. The dentist will discuss sedation methods during the consultation so the patient can arrange a ride home, if needed.

Estimated Cost

The cost of a full mouth restoration will vary based on what procedures are included in the patient's treatment plan. During the consultation, the dentist will go over an estimate of costs and what restoration procedures may be covered by dental insurance.

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Adding Cosmetic Procedures?

After all this work to restore the function of the teeth and mouth, many patients decide to add a cosmetic dental procedure to their full mouth restoration. Patients typically add teeth whitening, dental bonding, or tooth-colored fillings to replace old metal fillings.

Insurance Coverage?

Procedures included in the full mouth restoration that are deemed medically necessary are usually covered, at least in part, by dental insurance. Our office will work with your insurance company to get your maximum coverage and estimate your out-of-pocket costs.

Maintaining Results?

After a full mouth restoration, patients should make sure to schedule dental cleanings at least twice a year or as recommended by the dentist. The professional cleaning can maintain the health and appearance of the restorations for longer-lasting results. During dental exams, the dentist will also be able to tell the patient if any of the restorations need to be repaired or replaced.

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*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.