Full Mouth Reconstruction
Does your smile seem hopelessly compromised? There is an advanced dentistry procedure that can help.
A full mouth reconstruction by Drs. Mike Meek and David Tasch of 38th Street Dental in Austin, TX, can bring your smile back to life.
How can a full mouth reconstruction performed at our state-of-the-art Austin, TX, practice restore your smile as well as your oral health?
About Full Mouth Reconstruction
- A full mouth reconstruction by Dr. C. Mike Meek or Dr. David J. Tasch combines multiple customized restorative treatments to repair your smile and restore important oral functions.
- Your dentist will thoroughly assess your teeth, jaws, and other tissues to determine the best restorative solutions for your treatment plan.
- At 38th Street Dental, we use top-of-the-line dental materials so your restorations will be durable and incredibly lifelike.
- Most importantly, we take a personalized, educational approach to treatment. You will be fully informed about your care so you can choose the right procedures for your needs.
- The cosmetics-focused version of this procedure is called a smile makeover. Depending on your goals, your dentist may also include smile makeover treatments (such as veneers) in your full mouth reconstruction plan.
A Stunning Full Mouth Reconstruction Result
What Can Be Improved with a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
After treatment, you can bite and chew foods you haven't had in years without pain or difficulty.
Fully functioning teeth mean you can add more crunchy, healthy foods like nuts, raw fruits, and veggies to your diet.
Your tongue needs teeth to help pronounce certain sounds. Missing teeth can cause your speech to sound garbled or mumbled.
Replacing missing teeth with dental implants and restorations or concealing dental flaws with veneers can give you a healthier, more youthful look. Misalignment and discoloration can also be corrected.
People with a complete, healthy smile tend to feel more confident about themselves. This can be important in social and professional situations.
By removing decayed tissue, your risk for additional cavities and gum disease is lowered. Dental implants can even prevent tooth loss and jawbone atrophy.
Ready to Repair Your Smile? Contact Our Austin, TX, Dentists to Make It Happen
Improve your smile, oral functions, and most importantly, your quality of life with a customized full mouth reconstruction by our esteemed, highly educated dentists. With over 40 years of combined experience, Drs. Meek and Tasch can blend advanced dentistry techniques with the latest and best digital technology to restore your smile as precisely and comfortably as possible.
If receiving world-class, personalized dental care at a modern, inviting practice interests you, contact 38th Street Dental in Austin, TX, today for a consultation. Just use our simple online form or give us a call anytime. Our dentists look forward to discussing your full mouth reconstruction.
"I Always Feel Like I Am In Good Hands."
Dr. Meek has been my dentist for well over 20 years, and it’s because he gives excellent care. I recommend him highly to anyone who wants the best dentist in the Austin area.View on Google
Dr. Meek is my favorite dentist of all I’ve seen in my many years! The office staff and the hygienists are all so nice, as well as organized - I always feel like I am in good hands!View on Google
Do You Feel Your Smile Could Be Better?
Many people feel the same way about their smile. In fact, an American Dental Association study found:
You should never feel embarrassed or anxious about your smile. Contact our Austin, TX, practice today to talk about a full mouth reconstruction.
Common Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots surgically placed in your jaw where teeth are missing. Lifelike, fully functional dentures, crowns, or bridges can be attached to the implants to replace the tooth from root to chewing surface. Implant-supported dentures provide far more stability than traditional dentures. Our practice only uses the most advanced materials for this procedure, including Nobel Biocare® implants.
Fillings are the most common treatment for small to medium cavities. This tooth-colored restoration will strengthen and seal your tooth.
A customized crown can protect a compromised tooth after treatment or replace a lost tooth in conjunction with a dental implant. Our dentists work carefully when providing dental crowns to ensure the results look natural, feel comfortable, and provide the needed support.
Custom-made dental bridges can replace multiple missing teeth. Along with traditional bridges, which will attach to your teeth, we also offer implant-supported bridges.
Root Canal Therapy
Our dentists can eliminate a dental infection by removing the soft inner tissue of the tooth. The exterior of your tooth will be restored with a customized dental crown.
These thin but very strong porcelain shells fit right over damaged or stained teeth to hide various flaws. They are precisely customized to blend in with your existing teeth.
More 5-Star Reviews for 38th Street Dental
Once again 38th Street Dental came through with flying colors. The plan was to get a temporary after tooth extraction in a few days but when Dr. Tasch found out that I was to attend a memorial service shortly he spent an hour putting a shorter term temporary then and there, without extra charge. That's above and beyond!View on Google
Top flight technical and administrative staff. I can witness that Dr Tasch Is top flight. AND...given that every time I go back they have a new piece of dental technology, they apparently aren’t afraid to invest in their business of serving their patients using “the best”.View on Google
Am I a Full Mouth Reconstruction Candidate?
Full mouth reconstruction performed at our welcoming Austin, TX, practice can address a broad spectrum of dental health issues. If you suffer from a combination of any of the following concerns, reconstruction may be right for you:
- Missing teeth
- Loose teeth
- Cracked teeth
- Weakened teeth
- Jawbone recession
- Gum disease
FAQs about Full Mouth Reconstruction
Any risks I should know about?
Cross contamination and infection are two possible risks of full mouth reconstruction. However, our practice follows rigorous safety protocols, so these risks are efficiently managed and greatly reduced.
Do You Offer Financing?
Yes. And while many full mouth reconstruction procedures are at least partially covered by insurance (such as fillings and crowns), other treatments are not (such as dental implants). We accept payment through third-party lenders CareCredit® and Lending Club, so out-of-pocket costs are easier to manage.