Full Mouth Restoration
When you look at your smile in the mirror or in a photo, are you dissatisfied by what you see? Are your teeth chipped? Stained? Worn from years of excessive teeth grinding? Has decay taken its toll? Do you have “fangs”?
With luck and perseverance, you will have your teeth for a lifetime. Shouldn’t you be happy with them?
Treat Yourself to a Smile Makeover
When you still have your natural teeth, but those teeth are in less-than-pristine condition, you can benefit from a full-mouth restoration. Think of this as a “smile makeover.” A full-mouth restoration is precisely what it sounds like. Dr. Staten will examine your teeth and come up with a plan to restore and repair their shape, color, and/or alignment.
The doctor typically will begin the process by taking an impression of your teeth and identifying the problem areas. Then, she will come up with a plan of attack to restore your smile. A full-mouth restoration involves an individually tailored line-up of procedures, which might include a combination of dental veneers, porcelain crowns, implants, bonding, whitening treatments, dental bridges, Invisalign braces, and more.
Over a series of visits, Dr. Staten will work with you to systematically create a smile that you will be proud of.
Positive Side Effects
Besides the cosmetic benefits of a full-mouth restoration, as problems with their teeth are resolved, many patients report unexpected positive side effects such as being able to breathe, sleep, and even eat more comfortably. Often, when there is a problem with one or more teeth, we subconsciously compensate by favoring the other teeth while chewing or keeping the mouth slightly open during sleeping, for example. When the problem goes away, so does the need to compensate for it.
Dentures or Implants?
People have been wearing dentures for centuries and most will agree that they are nothing like natural teeth. When dentures are used to replace natural teeth, the functioning power to chew food is greatly reduced.
Dentures serve to replace the esthetics of teeth; however the chewing power is nothing like it used to be. Most people have to use adhesives to get the dentures to stay in place and this can make eating your favorite foods a significant challenge. When using dental implants to secure the denture or fixed bridge, the chewing function can be greatly increased, getting you back to enjoying your favorite foods again. Dr. Deborha Staten will provide you with a comprehensive oral examination and gather the necessary data to create a treatment plan that is right for you.
Dr. Staten takes pride to explain your options and ensuring that you completely understand all procedures prior to your treatment. Your dental health and comfort is our highest priority and we will be here for you every step of the way. Dr. Staten will educate you so you fully understand the benefits of your dental implants. Your full mouth restoration will have you smiling with confidence again and enjoying your life without the worry of your teeth.