If you have extensive dental problems and you’re dealing with a number of failing and missing teeth, then all hope is not lost. Just as he’s done for many other patients, Dr. Wendelschafer can perform a full-mouth reconstruction in Surprise so you’ll be able to:
The team at Great Smiles Dental Care would love to help with your smile reconstruction. It gives us a sense of joy and fulfillment when we get to watch a patient leave our practice better off than when they came in. A full-mouth rehabilitation can definitely help you do that.
We have a variety of restorative treatments available to use, depending on your unique circumstances. No matter how serious your oral problems are, Dr. Wendelschafer has the experience and expertise to make your smile as good as new.
For many of our patients, dental implants will play a key role in their smile repair. These prosthetic teeth roots fuse with your jawbone and allow us to secure replacement teeth that will give you back your bite and your smile.
Crowns, bridges, and dentures can all be used with or without dental implants. On their own:
- Crowns can repair damaged teeth.
- A bridge can anchor to your other teeth to fill in smile gaps.
- Conventional dentures simply rest on your gums.
We’ll work with you to develop a treatment plan that suits your needs and fits into your budget. Our goal is to help you get your smile back and for you to be completely satisfied with your results.
A Surprise full-mouth reconstruction could be just what your smile needs! Call us today at 623-933-5749 to schedule a consultation.
A full-mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive plan to repair and replace your teeth. We’ll work with you hand in hand to develop a treatment plan to give you back a full mouth of beautiful and functional teeth. Dental implants are usually used for this type of treatment, as they provide a sturdy, long-lasting base for artificial teeth.
After we have examined your teeth, taken digital images, and formulated a treatment plan, we can give you the cost on restoring your teeth. Many variables can affect the cost, such as the condition of your mouth and jawbone and the number of implants you require. We’ll be happy to put together all the details, including your payment options, and give you the total.
Your individual situation will ultimately determine how long your full-mouth reconstruction takes. For most patients, it will take several months to complete their treatment. This time may include placing one or more dental implants, allowing your gums and bone to heal, and placing your new teeth.
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