Revitalize Your Oral Health With Full Mouth Reconstruction

Revitalize Your Oral Health With Full Mouth Reconstruction

Posted February 2, 2016 by Wager-Evans Dental

revitalize your oral health with full mouth reconstruction Many people with advanced dental problems will need more care for their teeth than any single procedure can provide. For patients with significant oral health issues, a comprehensive dentist can perform the necessary steps to attain full mouth reconstruction. Procedures exist to restore teeth, improve their appearance, or replace them. If you are afflicted by several dental concerns, you can work with a comprehensive dentist to develop a plan that addresses the health, and the appearance, of your teeth. You can also make plans to attend regular checkups, to ensure that your improved condition is sustained.

Restorative Efforts

If you have teeth that are suffering from decay, your dentist will need to tend to them before working to improve their appearance. The type of treatment you receive will depend on the severity of your issues. If you have teeth with cavities that have not done serious harm, they can be treated with tooth-colored fillings. However, more advanced dental decay may have threatened the living tissue in the pulp of teeth. Your dentist rids a tooth of infected material in your pulp through a root canal.

Addressing Cosmetic Concerns

After ongoing health problems are addressed, your dentist can work to improve how your smile looks. If your teeth are healthy enough to support them, you can receive a charming, high-quality smile with porcelain veneers.

Sustain Your Oral Health With Routine Dental Visits

After your dentist has restored your oral health, you can arrange regular dental checkups to preserve the health and look of your mouth. During routine visits, your teeth will be cleaned of any lingering plaque, or other debris. Your dentist can also use these visits as an opportunity to inspect your mouth, and watch for the onset of any new issues.