Full Mouth Reconstruction

Joey Cazares, DDS and Associates

Dental Clinics located in McAllen, Mercedes, and Penitas, TX

Severe damage to the teeth or severe gum disease may require more than just one treatment method. Full mouth reconstruction at Joey Cazares, DDS and Associates provides McAllen, Texas patients with solutions to all their dental issues. Dr. Jose (Joey) Cazares offers consultations to help patients determine the best series of treatments to restore the look, function, and health of their mouths and teeth. Call today to schedule an appointment or use the online booking feature.

Full Mouth Construction Q & A

What is full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a process that Dr. Cazares uses to bring balance between all of the different parts of the mouth, including the teeth, gums, and jawbone, using a combination of oral health techniques tailored to the unique needs of the patient. This includes a number of procedures to address the various oral health complications a patient's experiencing, such as:

  • Laser treatment for periodontal disease
  • Fillings
  • Bridges and crowns
  • Veneers
  • Implants
  • Tooth whitening

Throughout this process, Dr. Cazares will use the latest innovation to ensure a successful treatment. He also taps into holistic treatments to provide benefit with minimal risk whenever possible. When you come to McAllen Dental Associates, you will receive a personalized set of treatments based on your own unique oral concerns, with the end goal of a healthy, functional, and beautiful mouth.

 

What are the benefits of full mouth reconstruction?

Dr. Cazares believes full mouth reconstruction can help patients through:

  • Reduced risk of oral disease
  • Reduced risk of tooth loss
  • Improved aesthetics
  • Protection of future oral health
  • Improved overall health and wellness

For damaged and decaying teeth throughout the mouth, a full mouth reconstruction makes sense.

 

Why should a patient consider full mouth reconstruction?

Dental problems are more than just unsightly. They can impact a person's overall health and wellness. Oral problems can cause neck pain, jaw pain, infection, headaches, and many other health problems. Dr. Cazares believes in helping restore overall health by restoring the function and health of the mouth.

 

How long does full mouth reconstruction take?

Full mouth reconstruction will take as long as necessary to complete the prescribed treatments. This will vary depending on the type of treatments Dr. Cazares believes will best address a patient's needs. Patients should expect to spend a few months addressing their oral health concerns.

 

Is a full mouth reconstruction the same as a smile restoration?

No. Smile restoration focuses primarily on the cosmetic features of a person's mouth. Full mouth reconstruction will address cosmetic issues, but the primary focus is on the structure and function of the teeth and mouth. For more questions about full mouth reconstruction, contact Joey Cazares, DDS and Associates in McAllen, Texas.