Full Mouth Reconstruction Richardson, TX

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What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a collection of procedures performed to restore function, health and esthetics to the smile. Extensive oral problems like broken or worn teeth, tooth decay and missing teeth affect your health, appearance and quality of life. Dr. Melody Stampe offers full mouth reconstruction to meet a variety of needs. Through advanced diagnostics and a personalized evaluation, she determines the treatment plan ideal for you. Dr. Stampe and our team are excited to help you discover the confidence only a healthy, gorgeous smile can deliver!

Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures

Extensive Knowledge and Expertise

Part of determining the right full mouth construction approach includes identifying and addressing the root cause of your condition(s). As a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Stampe has extensive knowledge and expertise in a wide variety of dental treatments. She also works closely with a periodontist or an oral surgeon for certain procedures, such as dental implant placement. Often, sleep apnea and TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders contribute to common oral problems, and the need for full mouth reconstruction. Dr. Stampe is an expert in Oral sleep apnea and TMD therapy, and offers treatment for these conditions as well.

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The Right Treatment for Your Smile

Dr. Stampe and our team treat every patient as a family member. We spend time getting to know your concerns and understanding your comprehensive dental needs. As a patient of our practice, you never have to worry about receiving unnecessary treatment, or procedures that we would not recommend to our own families. No matter your needs, your full mouth reconstruction treatment plan will consist of only those procedures ideal for your specific case.

What conditions does full mouth reconstruction correct?

  • Tooth decay
  • Broken teeth or fillings
  • Cracked teeth or fillings
  • Missing or hopeless teeth
  • Stained or discolored teeth
  • Worn or eroded teeth
  • Traumatic injury
  • Other types of oral damage
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