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Feel Good & Smile
Are you embarrassed about your smile? Have your teeth become worn, weak, discoloured, or chipped? Are some of your teeth missing altogether? We can help!
Having beautiful teeth doesn’t just mean your teeth are healthy. When you feel good about your smile, it can impact your entire life. You can gain back your confidence, leave a positive impression, and actually smile and laugh more, which releases endorphins and improves your overall wellbeing.
Types of Treatment Used in
Full Mouth Restorations
Our restorative dental services include:
- Veneers – for repairing crooked, cracked teeth or general aesthetic problems
- Crowns – natural-looking durable porcelain is used to mimic the look of natural teeth good for covering inconsistencies such a size and shape
- Bridges – can use beneficial for filling in gaps along a smile
- Periodontal therapy – used to treat periodontal disease and support healthy tissue growth and gums
- Endodontic therapy – also known as root canals, this is used to save teeth by removing infection in the root
- Dental implants – used to replace missing teeth
Performing a full mouth restoration can differ for everyone, depending on the individual needs.
DO YOU REQUIRE
Emergency Dental Services?
Both our Kemptville and Kanata clinics offer same-day appointments for your emergencies. If you need a dentist in Kanata or Kemptville to help you in a crisis, please do not hesitate — call us right away!
Cosmetic & Restorative
Depending on your needs, your cosmetic procedures will vary. Restorative dental services include:
- Periodontal therapy
Once you are ready to get started on the path to a new and improved smile, we’ll begin with an introductory appointment. This is standard in order for patients and our dental team to identify the issues, outline the patient’s wishes, and determine which specific areas of treatment are necessary for a personalized full mouth restoration. These appointments will generally include a conversation with the dentist that will discuss treatment options and rates, along with a comprehensive oral exam, a review of the medical history, x-rays and a referral for a CT Scan if required. A complete full mouth restoration requires careful planning and coordination. After the initial appointment, the treatment plan will be outlined thoroughly. These plans often coordinate with other doctors as well, depending on the specialty procedures involved.
Full Mouth Restoration
Frequently Asked Questions
We get a lot of questions, naturally, about the wide range of dental services we perform here at our Kanata & Kemptville dental clinics. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions. Don't see yours answered here? Feel free to reach out to Yazdani Family Dentistry.
Every patient’s case is different. As such, there is no single greatest treatment for mouth restoration. Your dentist will present you with multiple options for restoring your smile and provide you with all of the necessary information for you to make a decision.
It ultimately depends on the type and amount of work that needs to be done to restore your smile. This can include crowns, bridges, veneers, implants and root canal therapy to name a few procedures. Don’t worry though, we have financing options available to help make it affordable for you!
Again, this depends on the type and amount of work that needs to be done. It could be done within a few months, but could take up to a year. It is important to discuss your needs and goals with your dentist in order to formulate a plan to get the work done in a timeframe you are comfortable with.
We will review your medical history to determine if you are a good candidate for dental sedation. As this process often includes extracting and replacing multiple teeth, many of your treatments will be done with you under dental sedation.
Our dentists will work with you to formulate a treatment plan that will fit your specific goals and needs. As part of that plan, we will discuss how to best take care of your oral health over the course of your treatments. Following our at home care instructions closely, and taking good care of your oral health after all treatments are complete are the best ways to ensure the best results for your full mouth restoration for the years to come.