Full Mouth Reconstruction to Improve Your Smile
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Full Mouth Reconstruction in Lone Tree, CO
It can seem extremely intimidating to know that you may need a variety of different dental cosmetic treatments to achieve the smile you dream of. And perhaps, visiting the dentist may not be your favorite activity in the world. This may keep you away from a full mouth reconstruction. However, finding the right dentist for you can ease away your anxiety along with the stresses of visiting the dentist.
Once you’ve narrowed down your search for the perfect dentist, it will be time to sit down and have a consultation. A consultation is very important to have a careful planning session that will determine and identify your needs as the patient and the treatment options the dentist may recommend reaching your aesthetic goals. It can be extremely beneficial to bring in a photo or two of a celebrity smile that you love so as to give the dentist an idea of what you like and what can be achieved with your look.
A full mouth reconstruction is done to completely revamp and rebuild a smile with a variety of treatments to achieve the desired look. This form of treatment will involve more than one dental cosmetic procedure to address a multitude of issues that can be present in your mouth. This whole procedure is done to ensure the aesthetics, the functionality, and the health of the mouth are all upgraded and renewed. This form of procedure will likely be recommended for patients who have a multitude of issues with their mouth such as periodontal gum disease, missing teeth, misaligned bites, old dental work, the issue of bruxism (grinding teeth), or show any symptoms of TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder).
It’s necessary to find a dentist or team of dentists who can offer a combined effort of both aesthetic and functional upgrades, all while improving the health of the mouth. The first step is to come up with a full treatment plan that will discuss a step by step process that can identify what needs to be addressed and how it will be treated.