Full Mouth Reconstruction
For those who suffer from multiple oral health issues, achieving a strong, beautiful smile can take several dental treatments.
A customized full mouth reconstruction can address all your oral health needs and create a gorgeous, healthy smile.
Drs. Amy Creech-Gionis, S Nicole Mahdavieh, and Constanza L. Leal create customized treatment plans at their Carrollwood, FL, area offices.
Ready to Smile With Confidence? Contact Us To Request Your Custom Plan
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Am I a Good Candidate? Contact Us To Determine Your Candidacy
Anyone with moderate to severe dental health issues that affect multiple teeth may benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. You should be in good overall health before undergoing some treatments. While patients must meet additional requirements to qualify for implants, most procedures are safe for the majority of patients.
If you are primarily interested in cosmetic upgrades, then you may be a better candidate for a treatment known as a smile makeover. Instead of combining restorative procedures like a full mouth reconstruction, a smile makeover integrates a combination of cosmetic dentistry treatments that focus on your smile's beauty.
Consequences of Avoiding Treatment
If you let bacteria and cavities go untreated, they can lead to tooth infections and diseased gums. Infected tissue can spread from tooth to tooth, putting your overall oral health at risk. If you have advanced decay in your mouth, you can't afford to put off treatment for too much longer.
Many of our patients think crooked teeth only have cosmetic effects but they can give you a misaligned bite. This can lead to temporomandibular joint disorder, causing pain in your jaw, cracked and worn teeth, and other serious conditions. The effects of TMD will greatly affect your quality of life and are unlikely to go away on their own.
Thankfully, it's never too late to improve your smile. Our offices in Carrollwood and Westchase, FL, can customize your full mouth reconstruction plan so it fits your needs, goals, and budget.
Ready To Heal Your Smile? Contact Our Carrollwood Practice
Our entire team is dedicated to helping you achieve your dream smile through restorative and cosmetic treatments. Our Tampa-area practices are equipped with the latest dental technology so we can provide the best possible care.
Drs. Creech-Gionis, Mahdavieh, and Leal have years of experience helping patients in the Tampa and Carrollwood area improve their oral health. Their skill has allowed them to create stunning smile transformations and improve the lives of their patients.
Contact our Carrollwood, FL, practice to request your consultation and begin the steps toward a beautiful, healthy smile.
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Why Dental Implants Are the Best Choice For Missing Teeth
Implants mimic your natural tooth's roots, which prevents jawbone atrophy and other oral health issues. Implants are also a permanent fixture in your mouth. While your restorations may need to be replaced one day, your dental implants will last a lifetime.
Is There Any Pain Involved?
Our dentists use gentle techniques and the latest technology that emphasizes patient comfort. We completely numb the treatment site with a local anesthetic so that treatment should be virtually painless.
That said, full mouth reconstruction can involve lengthy procedures and we understand some patients may have trouble sitting still for their entire appointment. Others are simply anxious at the thought of visiting the dentist. A range of sedation dentistry is available for your convenience, allowing you to confidently undergo any treatment needed to enhance your smile.
Consider Sedation Dentistry For Stress-Free Treatment
Depending on your specific treatment and potential barriers to successful treatment, sedation dentistry may be right for you. If you're undergoing surgery for implant-supported dentures, for example, Dr. Creech-Gionis is certified to safely administer IV sedation for optimal comfort. If you have a sensitive gag reflex or anxiety, an oral sedative can keep you still and calm throughout treatment.
Sedation can also help you achieve your new smile faster. When patients are better able to sit still during treatment, our dentists can work more efficiently. This can reduce the number of appointments needed and help you experience a healthier, more attractive smile sooner.
Comprehensive Restoration Combining Treatments Can Save You Money
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The Cost Of a Full Mouth Restoration
Our Westchase and Carollwood offices accept most forms of dental insurance. Luckily, many restorative treatments are covered by most insurance providers. Our friendly staff is happy to answer any questions and work with your provider to maximize your benefits.
Our practice provides several financing and payment plan options. We have partnered with CareCredit®, which breaks down your cost into manageable monthly payments. We also offer a Platinum Wellness Savings Plan and other in-office options to help you achieve your goals.
Advanced Treatments And Technology
Tampa Dental Wellness is committed to providing you the best care with technology-assisted dentistry. Our offices in Westchase and Carrollwood are equipped with innovative tools, including a cone beam scanner, digital x-rays, and a soft tissue laser.
Our technology improves our precision and allows us to safely provide complex treatments like dental implants and oral surgery.
Taking Care of Your New Smile
It is important that you keep good oral hygiene by brushing at least twice a day and flossing daily. To diminish teeth staining, limit how much wine, coffee, tea, and tomato sauce you consume. Prosthetics like implant-anchored dentures, bridges, or crowns should be cleaned like natural teeth to minimize bacteria.
While keeping a robust oral cleaning routine is key to the health of your teeth and gums, it is wise to see a dentist at least every six months. In-office cleanings can target hard-to-reach areas and remove stubborn buildup. Teeth whitening treatments should also be administered annually for the best results.