FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION
Your teeth can be restored to optimal dental health through our reconstructive and rehabilitative dental services. Through improved techniques and modern technology, we can now provide you with a range of treatments to reconstruct the functionality of damaged teeth for a restored smile.
Some of the reasons for receiving dental reconstruction treatment include the following:
Enhance your smile
Fill in gaps between teeth
Improve/correct an improper bite
Prevent tooth loss
Repair damaged and decayed teeth
Replace missing teeth
Replace outdated, unattractive dental treatments
Restore chewing ability
Should dental reconstructive treatments become necessary, we provide a variety of options that can help. Whether you need dental implants, crowns, bridges, or fillings, we will give you the solution you need for broken or damaged teeth. We make it a priority to provide excellent care to our patients, and we are always ready to discuss our available options and recommend our most comfortable and least invasive treatments. It is within our ability not only to create a fulfilling dental experience, but to provide you with fully functional teeth and a beautiful smile.
Teeth Veneers FAQ
Porcelain veneers are very strong and resilient. You will be able to eat and bite normally. However, just as with your natural tooth, you should always avoid biting on hard foods or ice, for example. You should also avoid harmful practices such as opening packages or bottles with your teeth. Taking care of your veneers will avoid cracks or damages.
Not only are veneers strong, but they are also very durable. They could last 10 to 20 years, depending on your oral care, your bite, and the quality of the work in your mouth, among other factors. Keeping good oral hygiene and steady dental checkups will absolutely help your veneers last longer.
Depending on the amount of veneers you need, anesthesia may be used during the preparation of your teeth. Many patients prefer the usual local anesthesia to feel comfortable during the treatment considering that a thin part of your tooth surface needs to be removed. But your dentist will always take into account your needs and preferences.
For veneers to fit perfectly over your worn or damaged tooth, a very thin layer of tooth enamel must be removed. Because of this, the process is irreversible..
Your dental insurance company may allow coverage of cosmetic procedures if, for example, the procedure is part of a reconstructive surgery. However, most dental plans do not usually provide benefits for cosmetic procedures as they are considered optional aesthetic treatments. But you should always ask what procedures your dental insurance covers.
If you grind your teeth at night, chances are that you will damage your teeth whether you have veneers or not. To avoid damaging or breaking the veneers, your dentist will recommend to wear a protective bite guard to lessen the pressure on your veneers while you sleep.
We are proud to have the opportunity to give you
the smile of your dreams