The damage starts somewhere. It’s often the result of a single missing or damaged tooth.
The problem with dental problems? They can worsen without necessary treatment.
Restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry provide you a duo of solutions that can stop the progression of damage.
Stop your mouth from “unraveling”
A full mouth restoration uses a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures to improve your health and your appearance. Your teeth and gums will return to their proper, healthy function.
One damaged, broken, or missing tooth can unravel a number of oral health problems. Your symptoms can include issues with biting, chewing, tooth wear, and pain in your jaw, head, or neck.
Dental trauma is a common cause that sets issues in motion. Neglecting your dental health can also increase your need for more extensive treatment.
A full mouth restoration can help if you’ve experienced any or a combination of the following:
Worn, broken, or chipped teeth
Chronic pain in your jaw, head, or neck
Treatment with a full-mouth restoration can eliminate the risks associated with these and more.
The benefit of dental “teamwork”
An oral examination is the best place to start. This initial step will diagnose your dental health and determine the combination of treatment that will restore your tooth function and appearance.
Full mouth restoration can include a combination of procedures such as:
Dental crowns, tooth-colored fillings, and dental inlays and onlays for treating tooth decay
Dental implants, an implant supported denture, or a dental bridge to replace your missing tooth or teeth
Root canal therapy to save your tooth and treat and remove infection
Orthodontics to align your bite
Veneers, dental bonding, or teeth whitening to improve the appearance of your teeth
A night guard to stop tooth wear and protect your dental treatment
Your full mouth restoration requires multiple appointments to complete. Each procedure requires a period of healing prior to the next phase of treatment.
Contact our Wayne dental office about your missing, damaged, or decayed teeth. Schedule a dental examination to discuss restorative and cosmetic dental treatment with a full mouth restoration.