Wednesday, June 1, 2016

A New Smile with Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you are unhappy with your smile because you are missing a tooth, have crooked teeth or an annoying gap that you would like to get rid of, call and schedule an appointment with your cosmetic dentist who can determine what cosmetic dental procedures would be best for your particular needs.

Your smile says a lot about you and if you would rather not show yours off, a good cosmetic dentist can help.

Some of the cosmetic dental procedures that your dentist may recommend include dental implants, cosmetic bonding, porcelain veneers, invisible braces or tooth whitening. In some cases, a full mouth reconstruction may be needed to give you the toothy grin that you have always dreamed of having.

A full mouth reconstruction usually involved restorative and general dentistry with dental procedures such as bridges, crowns, or veneers. A full mouth reconstruction can also include the involvement of dental specialists such as oral surgeons, periodontists, or orthodontists. Once the restorative dentistry has been taken care of, your dentist may recommend cosmetic dental procedures as well.

Your dentist may decide on a full mouth reconstruction if you have lost teeth from trauma or decay, or if you have teeth that have been fractured or injured. If your teeth are severely worn from tooth grinding or acid erosion, or if you have headaches, jaw or muscle aches you may need a full mouth reconstruction.

The condition of your teeth will determine just what restorative dental procedures may be needed. For example, if you have cracks, teeth that are too short or long, or old fillings, your dentist may decide to fit you with full coverage crowns, or porcelain veneers.

If you do not have healthy gums, you will most likely need a scaling and root planing treatment before any other work continues. Severe periodontal disease may require bone or soft tissue grafts in order to build up your jawbone and gums.

You really can have the smile you deserve. All you have to do is call or click and schedule an appointment with your dentist today. You really have nothing to lose. Call or click today.