Benefits Of Full Mouth Cosmetic Treatment

Today's cosmetic dentistry procedures are non-invasive, almost always painless, and quite effective. The icing on the cake is the fact that modern-day cosmetic dentistry services are affordable for everyday people. Whether you are looking for a full mouth reconstruction or a specific cosmetic dentistry service, our dentist is here to help. Without further adieu, let's take a look at the merits of cosmetic dental treatment.


Full mouth reconstruction is a dental industry term used to indicate a number of unique dental procedures performed to fully restore the health and beauty of teeth and gums. Each patient's full mouth reconstruction is unique. The dentist will consider your specific needs when performing the full mouth reconstruction optimal for your nuanced mouth. This way, you are not provided with an overarching approach that is designed to suit most patients; rather, you will be provided with a highly unique reconstruction that ensures the specific issues plaguing your mouth are addressed.

Full mouth reconstruction treatments include but are not limited to dental crowns, cavity fillings, dental implants, dental bridges, dental implant-supported bridges, scaling and root planing, dentures, porcelain veneers, and tooth whitening. Even bone/gum grafting, Invisalign, gum contouring, dental bonding, and braces qualify as components of full mouth reconstruction. Meet with our dentist to find out which specific procedures are best for your full mouth reconstruction.


Once full mouth reconstruction is performed, you will benefit in a number of important ways. As an example, your smile will look that much more impressive as your teeth will be white, straight, and nearly flawless in every regard. Just as important is the fact that full mouth reconstruction procedures also enhance oral health to boot. This approach zeroes in on issues such as tooth decay resulting from the abundance of plaque on the teeth. The removal of this plaque ensures the dentist prevents extensive damage resulting from tooth decay. Opt for full mouth reconstruction now and you might not need even more extensive dental procedures/treatment down the line such as root canals.

Full mouth reconstruction also helps prevent the onset of the inflammatory condition referred to as periodontal disease. After all, no one wants to deal with swelling and bleeding in their gums. Finally, your full mouth reconstruction will make your dental structure that much stronger and resilient, bolstering the structures within the mouth ranging from the jaw bone to joints and beyond. Keep in mind the jaw bone is essential in keeping the natural teeth in the proper positions. If your jaw bone is compromised, you are that much more likely to lose your teeth.


Cosmetic dental treatment is primarily focused on beautifying a flawed smile. In particular, most patients are concerned about the look of their stained or discolored teeth. The last thing you should have to worry about at your next business meeting, date, job interview, or other important social interaction is whether your teeth are stained or discolored. Opt for professional teeth whitening performed at our dental office and we will whiten your teeth by upwards of seven shades.


Teeth have the potential to chip and crack. If one or several of your teeth are damaged during an auto accident, contact sports, or another event, don't fret. Our cosmetic dentist is here to perform the necessary cosmetic restorations to restore your smile or possibly even enhance it. Whether a bridge, a crown or another restoration is necessary, we will get the job done right on the first try. Even something such as a cavity can be remedied in an aesthetically pleasing manner. Our dentist will provide a tooth-hued filling along with a matching crown to ensure the tooth compromised by decay ends up looking just like the rest of your teeth.


If your teeth are oddly-shaped, have one or several gaps or any other flaws, do not suffer in silence. Our cosmetic dentist is here to reshape and straighten your teeth. From crowns to inlays, on-lays, and bonding with tooth-hued materials, we have all sorts of solutions available to enhance your teeth. Ask any of our patients who have had their teeth straightened or reshaped about the results and you will find the vast majority state they wish they had the cosmetic dentistry treatment performed sooner.


The end result of cosmetic dentistry treatments is a gorgeous smile you are eager to show to others at work, school, parties, and other social outings. Do not lose sight of the fact that first impressions are of the utmost importance. Greet new people with a lovely new smile featuring straight white teeth and your chances of winning their favor are that much better. Furthermore, if you lack self-esteem due to a flawed smile, cosmetic dentistry will greatly enhance your tooth and gum aesthetics, providing you with the confidence necessary to be your true self in social settings.

In other words, cosmetic dentistry just might be the x-factor that helps you earn a promotion at work, make a good impression on a potential romantic flame, and ultimately get the most out of life. For some patients, a full mouth reconstruction will be necessary to create such confidence. For others, a couple of cosmetic dentistry treatments will suffice. Meet with our cosmetic dentist, let us determine which cosmetic dental treatments are necessary to improve your smile and it won't be long until your teeth look absolutely amazing.


Whether you need full mouth reconstruction or a single cosmetic dentistry treatment, we are at your service. Let us work our magic on your mouth and you will be more than pleased with your beautiful new smile. Give our dental practice a call at (425) 230-4308 to learn more about full mouth cosmetic dental treatments and schedule an appointment.

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