Smile Makeovers & Full Mouth Rehabilitation

When we talk about smile makeovers, we’re referring to a process that completely transforms the look of your teeth. By combining a variety of cosmetic dental procedures, Dr. Lori Logan can customize a makeover to dramatically enhance and improve the aesthetics of your smile.

Why We Might Recommend a Smile Makeover

There are several reasons why you might want or need a smile makeover. Some of the common reasons you may consider a smile makeover include:

  • You are unhappy with the way your teeth look
  • You avoid smiling due to low self-esteem
  • You want to feel better about your appearance
  • You are ready for a dramatic change

Most healthy adults who want a smile makeover are viable candidates for the procedure.

How We Plan Your Smile Makeover

Each smile makeover is completely unique, so before we begin treatment, you will need an examination and x-rays. During this consultation appointment, Dr. Logan will explain your options and discussed which procedures will benefit you the most.

Some of the cosmetic dental procedures we use for a smile makeover include teeth whitening, dental veneers, bonding, and implants. We will discuss costs and financing with you before the work begins so that you know what to expect. Keep in mind that a smile makeover can take several months to complete due to the complexity of the procedures involved.

Smile makeovers are a great way to boost your confidence and your ability to smile brilliantly. If you are interested in transforming your smile, contact our office and one of our friendly staff members will be happy to assist you.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Unlike a smile makeover, full mouth rehabilitation is more focused on improving the health of your mouth, teeth, and gums rather than improving your smile aesthetically. Full mouth rehabilitation—also called full mouth reconstruction—can help your smile to look better and eliminate pain and discomfort that results from poor dental health.

Who Needs Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Each patient comes to us with unique dental needs, and we can help, regardless of what treatment is needed. The goal of full mouth rehabilitation at our Cypress dental office is to help stop the spread of infection and disease and restore the smile to improve functionality.

Other types of procedures available concerning full mouth rehab are specific to improving functionality and health to the mouth. Tooth fillings and crowns restore the function and appearance of teeth, while dental implants and bridges replace missing teeth. We can even combine implants with dentures for a tooth replacement that looks, feels, and functions just like real teeth.

Planning Your Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Because your needs are unique, your full mouth rehabilitation will be specific to your needs. The first step is to schedule an appointment with Dr. Logan at our Cypress dental office so she can perform an exam and take a series of x-rays. This helps us to create a personalized treatment plan specific to your own needs. We work with you to provide the care that is needed so that your smile, mouth, and gums are healthier as a result.

We’ll schedule you to begin treatment as soon as possible, at a time that is convenient for you. Full mouth rehabilitation can involve gum disease treatment and therapy, dental implants, bridgework, crown replacement, and various other procedures.

We Can't Wait to See Your Smile

If you are interested in full mouth rehabilitation and would like to learn more about your treatment options, call our office today. We will schedule an appointment at your convenience so we can answer your questions and make recommendations that make sense for you.