Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist

Peter Gambertoglio, DDS -  - Cosmetic Dentistry

Peter Gambertoglio, DDS

Cosmetic Dentistry & Comprehensive Family Dentistry located in Spring, TX

If you suffer a severe injury, your teeth may need extra care. Peter Gambertoglio, DDS, in Spring, Texas, offers full-mouth reconstruction that can restore your smile. Dr. Gambertoglio, an experienced family and cosmetic dentist, completed extensive postgraduate training in orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry. No matter your dental concerns, he has the expertise you need to repair your damaged teeth. Let Dr. Gambertoglio help you choose a dental treatment plan that's right for you. Call the office today or book an appointment online.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A

What is full-mouth reconstruction?

Over the years, your mouth can suffer severe wear and tear, as accidents, illnesses, and injuries may damage your teeth and gums. But with a combination of artistry, science, and technology, Dr. Gambertoglio restores your mouth's functionality.

A full-mouth reconstruction does more than just improve the appearance of your teeth. This procedure also corrects your bite and chewing system. If your teeth were damaged by grinding, clenching, or misalignments, simple aesthetic procedures aren’t enough to correct the problem. You need comprehensive care to ensure that your mouth works the way nature intended.

What reconstruction services do I need?

Full-mouth reconstructions need specialized care. At Peter Gambertoglio, DDS, the staff begins by carefully examining your teeth. Dr. Gambertoglio takes digital X-rays and other scans to determine what kind of care you need. 

Next, Dr. Gambertoglio develops a personalized treatment plan. During your consultation, he provides detailed information about your mouth’s function. He identifies problems with your bite and jaw alignment, and helps you explore treatments that can repair the damage and improve the way your teeth look and feel.

Full-mouth reconstruction returns your mouth to “ground zero” and rebuilds what Mother Nature gave you. This process takes some time. Most patients undergoing a full-mouth reconstruction need several office procedures to achieve their desired results. Dr. Gambertoglio can let you know how long your treatment plan will take. 

What happens during a full-mouth reconstruction?

Reconstruction often begins with periodontal treatments to improve your gum health. This type of care helps create a healthy foundation for your reconstructed teeth. Dr. Gambertologio might also suggest bone or soft tissue grafts to keep your reconstructed teeth stable. 

Once your gums are healthy, Dr. Gambertoglio can start rebuilding your teeth. During this treatment stage, he often uses implants or bridges to replace any missing teeth. He may also place crowns to cover damaged teeth.

When your mouth is healthy and functioning the way it should, you’re ready to consider aesthetics. As the final stage in your treatment plan, Dr. Gambertoglio might suggest cosmetic treatments like Invisalign®. He may recommend veneers to cover teeth with chips or uneven edges. These types of cosmetic dental procedures can enhance your aesthetic and functional results and help you feel confident about your new smile.

What results can I expect?

Every mouth is unique, and your results may depend on many factors. During your initial consultation, Dr. Gambertoglio lets you know what results you can expect. He may also take before-and-after photos so you can get a clearer picture of your results. 

No matter how damaged your teeth have become, full-mouth restoration can make your mouth look the way it’s supposed to. After treatment, you'll be amazed to discover how your teeth and gums have transformed.

Looking for an expert dental provider to restore your teeth? Call Peter Gambertoglio, DDS, today or book an appointment online.