Do you wish there was a way to improve the look of your entire mouth? If you suffer from a number of dental imperfections, such as damaged, worn down, or missing teeth that you would like to have fixed altogether, we can help! At Yazdani Dental, we offer full mouth restorations that can give your mouth a full overhaul and help you gain back your confidence. To learn more about this procedure and what a full mouth restoration includes, we’ve put together this quick guide on everything you need to know about this advanced restorative and cosmetic procedure.
An Initial Consultation
It all starts with an initial consultation with our dental team. We’ll discuss all your oral concerns, identify any issues, and determine what type of treatment is necessary to get you the results you desire. This primary consultation will often include a full evaluation of your oral cavity, including your teeth and gums, a review of your medical history, as well as x-rays. Our team will also use imaging software, impressions and wax models to help you get a better picture of what you can expect with the procedure.
A Full-Scale Treatment Plan
Full mouth restorations often include a combination of a number of cosmetic and restorative treatments. It takes careful planning and coordination with other doctors and dentists such as periodontists, oral surgeons, endodontists and orthodontists. Once our team has identified what treatment types are necessary to achieve the desired result, we’ll work together to come up with a detailed plan. This plan will ensure that each procedure is carried out in the right order and if possible on the same day.
No full mouth restoration procedure is the same. Depending on what your unique individual needs are, our dental team will work with you to develop a personal treatment regimen that is tailored to your condition. We may recommend a number of the following procedures to take place depending on the degree of damage:
Veneers are often used to repair general aesthetic problems like crooked or cracked teeth and gaps. They can also be used to hide away any stained teeth or build up teeth that have been worn down over time.
A crown is a cap that is designed to fit over the top of a worn down or severely damaged tooth. They are made from materials that can be made to look exactly like your original teeth.
A bridge is commonly used to fill gaps and replace missing teeth. If you have had a tooth knocked out or lost one to disease, a bridge can help you get your smile back.
Another option for missing teeth is dental implants. These are designed to replace the missing tooth’s root. The implant is embedded directly into the jaw, and an artificial tooth is attached to the implant.
If your tooth has an infection inside the pulp area, a root canal may be recommended to remove the decay and save the tooth and root.
Periodontal disease can cause gum recession, making your teeth look much longer than they were when your gums were healthy. Your dentist may recommend periodontal therapy to treat the disease and support healthy tissue growth and gums.
Benefits of A Full Mouth Restoration
A full mouth restoration can quickly improve the appearance of your teeth and smile. Fixing a number of concerns at once such as staining, chipped, crooked, missing, gapped teeth and receding gums can also make you look younger. Once your treatment is complete, your smile will look brighter, straighter, and more even.
Full mouth restoration procedures can also significantly increase the health of your teeth and gums. Gaps, cracks, and missing teeth can lead to a number of serious oral conditions. Plus, full restorations can also help to fight off other health issues that are directly correlated to poor bites, missing, damaged, crooked and misaligned teeth, such as diabetes and heart disease.
You don’t have to feel embarrassed or ashamed of your teeth any longer. At Yazdani Dentistry, we have the procedures and materials to improve the look and health of your teeth. Our treatment plan will also attempt to group the procedures together to minimize the number of trips to the office and overall cost. So don’t delay, we’ll get you back your smile and ensure that your mouth regains optimal health once again! To learn more about our full mouth restoration procedures, contact us today to set up a consultation with our team.