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Mary Swift, DDS – General Dentist & Morgan Petty, DDS – General Dentist

7557 Rambler Rd Suite 1023, Dallas, TX 75231
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Frequently asked questions about full mouth reconstruction


Full mouth reconstruction, or restoration, is a process of restoring most or all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. This can be done for functional or aesthetic reasons or both. The goal of complete smile rehabilitation is to improve your smile’s overall health, function, and appearance.


Anyone unhappy with their smile’s function or appearance may be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. However, it is vital that you consult with a qualified dentist or oral surgeon to determine if this treatment is right for you.


The benefits of full mouth reconstruction can vary depending on the individual. However, some common benefits include improved oral health, function, and aesthetics.


The first step in complete mouth rehabilitation is to consult with a qualified dentist or oral surgeon. During this consultation appointment, your dental team will evaluate your oral health and discuss your treatment options with you. Once you have decided to move forward with this treatment, your dentist will create a personalized treatment plan for you. This treatment plan might include a combination of dental procedures, such as crowns, bridges, implants, veneers, or orthodontics. The specific treatments used will depend on your individual needs and goals.


The length of time required for this treatment from start to finish can vary depending on the complexity of your specific case and the number of procedures involved. However, most cases can be completed within one to two years.


Generally speaking, no. Dental insurance plans have extremely low annual expense caps that might cover 10% of the cost over many years. Insurance coverage varies depending on your individual policy. It is important to consult with your insurance provider to determine if this is a covered procedure. However, the better solution is utilize a dental discount plan that applies a discount without annual maximums. Our Preferred Patient Membership Plan is such an unlimited discount plan for only $40/month.


We encourage you to call Drs. Mary Swift and Morgan Petty of Dallas Laser Dentistry at 469 838 5292 to schedule an initial consultation appointment to learn more about complete mouth restoration and reconstruction services and to evaluate your particular situation.

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