Fort Worth Full Mouth Rehabilitation

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Have Your Teeth Seen Better Days?

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Full Mouth Reconstruction in Fort Worth

Are your teeth preventing you from being yourself? You don’t smile for pictures, can’t eat comfortably, feel insecure, and hold back from social settings or even career opportunities. Full mouth reconstruction in Fort Worth is both restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry.

If left untreated, your damaged, decayed, or missing teeth also put you at risk for pain, tooth loss, and health complications.

Full mouth rehabilitation is your solution in Fort Worth, TX.

You and our Fort Worth dentist will create a plan to reconstruct your entire smile.

This multi-tooth approach is recommended because it:

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  • Focuses on your teeth, gums, bite, facial support, and jaw joints
  • Avoids unnecessary treatments
  • Saves money long term

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Full Mouth Rehabillitation with Dental Crowns, Veneers, Laser Gum Reshaping

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Dental Crowns, Veneers, Implants, and Gum Reshaping

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Full Mouth Rehabillitation with Crowns, Veneers, Laser Gum Reshaping

How Full Mouth Rehabilitation Works

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Restoring smiles the right way isn’t a quick process. It requires significant attention to detail and skill. This is clear in all the steps Dr. Ryan Schmidgall takes to make your new smile functional, beautiful, and healthy.

  • Complimentary Consultation

    We recommend booking a consultation for full mouth reconstruction if you’ve experienced:

    • Trauma
    • Breakdown of past dental work
    • Years of neglect
    • Or other circumstances that have caused severe issues

    We’ll use this appointment time to listen to you and understand your goals and concerns. Then we’ll examine your mouth and discuss the next steps.

  • Diagnostics and Planning

    Many dentists skip this step, but we don’t. We’ll systematically and meticulously redesign your smile with zero guesswork.

    At this appointment, we’ll take:

    • High-quality photography with special facial reference glasses
    • 3D digital scans of your teeth
    • X-rays

    This will help Dr. Schmidgall determine which treatments you’ll need and how the end result should look.

    Potential treatments include:

    • Veneers
    • Crowns
    • Dental Bridges
    • Extractions
    • Dental implants
    • And more

    We also offer sedation dentistry to help you feel relaxed and comfortable if needed.

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  • Preparation and Prototypes

    Before placing your final restorations, you’ll get to take a test drive with temporary acrylic restorations.

    This step is extremely important for full mouth reconstruction because we need to verify you can chew comfortably.

    To begin, we’ll prepare your teeth in the most conservative way possible. This is achieved by working closely with a ceramist and only reducing the tooth as needed.

    Dr. Schmidgall will craft custom prototypes in the final restorations’ shape, texture, and color. These are placed over your prepared teeth and worn for roughly 4-6 weeks. The material of these prototypes can be modified if you’d like to change any aspect before the final restorations are made.

    Once you are happy with the result, we’ll take a 3D scan of the final prototypes so the ceramist can copy this for your final restorations.

  • Place Your New Smile

    It’s the day you’ve been waiting for!

    We’ll remove the prototypes then carefully bond your new restorations in place. We’ll balance your bite, confirm it functions well , polish multiple teeth, and go over instructions on caring for your new smile.

    A few weeks later, you’ll come back for a follow-up exam, making any fine-tune adjustments if needed.

    You’ll get to enjoy your beautiful smile for many, many years to come!

Just like an extreme home renovation, full mouth rehabilitation requires an expert “contractor” who has the tools and skills to make your new smile function, look good, and last. You can trust your dentist in Fort Worth has that.

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation FAQ

  • Why Do I Need Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

    Full mouth rehabilitation is typically used for patients who have experienced severe facial and dental trauma, or who have very extensive and untreated oral health issues. For example, if you get in a car accident and your jaw and teeth are seriously damaged, full mouth restoration will be necessary to restore your smile and bite, restore your oral range of motion, and eliminate your pain and discomfort.

    Similarly, if you have not cared well for your teeth and gums in the past and have serious tooth decay, multiple tooth infections, and/or severe gum disease, full mouth rehabilitation may also be recommended by Dr. Schmidgall. He can repair your teeth, remove teeth that can’t be saved, replace missing teeth, and take other such steps to restore your smile in Fort Worth.

    If you’re not sure whether or not you need full mouth rehabilitation, we recommend contacting Country Day Dental for a consultation. You can meet with Dr. Schmidgall, discuss your oral health, get an oral exam, and take the first steps toward better oral health.

  • What Procedures Are Typically Involved In A Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

    As a conservative dentist, Dr. Schmidgall will always use minimally-invasive treatments when possible. If you have minor problems with your teeth and gums, he may use treatments like root canals, gum grafts, dental crowns, and veneers to repair and restore your smile. We will not remove any of your teeth unless Dr. Schmidgall truly thinks that it’s necessary to do so.

    However, removing teeth is sometimes needed for teeth that can’t be saved with other treatments. Dr. Schmidgall may recommend procedures like alveoloplasty or bone grafting along with tooth removal, since this helps prepare your smile for dental implants and other treatments.

    If you are missing one, several, or most of your teeth, or you need most of your teeth to be pulled your full mouth rehabilitation will likely include dental implants. Dental implants are the most durable, long-lasting, and natural way to replace one, several, or even a whole mouth of missing teeth. However, Dr. Schmidgall may also recommend dentures or dental bridges to replace missing teeth in some cases.

  • How Long Does Treatment Take?

    This depends entirely on your specific situation. For more minor cases, it may be possible to repair your damaged teeth and restore your smile in just a few months. However, if you have serious oral health problems, it can easily take more than a year to complete all of the necessary oral surgeries and treatments that are needed to restore your smile.

    Don’t worry, though. At Country Day Dental, Dr. Ryan Schmidgall will keep you informed about your treatment timeline. As he develops your treatment plan, he will make sure he provides you with an accurate estimate of how long your full mouth rehabilitation will take in Fort Worth.

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I needed to have work done for years. I am so proud to smile now! I never dreamed I could have this work done and live through it! I appreciate you hearing me when I told you I was terrified! I appreciate you being patient and reassuring me it would be ok! When I came the first time, it was still hurting, and you worked me in to help the pain! I recommend you 100%!

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Find out if a full mouth rehabilitation is right for you. Follow these three simple steps.
  • Fill out our form and send us a selfie and a close up of your smile.
  • Tell us what you’re hoping to change with your smile (what you like, what you don’t like, etc.).
  • Our Fort Worth dentist will personally email you a personalized video with recommendations on how to improve your smile.

Why Choose Dr. Schmidgall?

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Finding a dentist is daunting, especially for complex procedures.

Deciding factors include budget, modern technology, proven results, dentist qualifications, and trust.

Here’s how Dr. Schmidgall checks all the boxes:

Book a complimentary consultation with our Fort Worth dentist today. You won’t be disappointed!

Start Over with a Brand New Smile

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