Restore Your Smile

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

Don’t let a broken smile leave you with a broken spirit. Restorative dentistry can repair your smile and leave you feeling more confident than you have in years!

When properly done, restorative dentistry is achieved with a total approach towards oral health. This means the improvement is measured not only by the look of your smile, but with the successful correction of underlying issues and pain elimination. Comprehensive treatment is important for patients who have missing or fractured teeth, discoloration, and decay accompanied with chronic pain and discomfort. Unlike cosmetic dentistry which only addresses the aesthetic issues associated with tooth decay, working from the bottom up and improving the health of your teeth, paired with cosmetic improvements, offers a lasting solution.

Part of the total approach includes evaluating the teeth, mouth, jaw joints, and muscles while examining for signs of disease or instability. Once the underlying issues for entropy are identified and addressed, the beautification process can begin. Dental implants, dentures, crowns and partials are all tools that can help your smile have sustained health and durability.

Many people walk around for years experiencing shame and fear associated with dental decay. For those patients who have avoided seeking proper dental care because of anxiety or fear, there has never been a better time to reach out to a dentist and get the treatment you so desperately need and deserve. Breakthroughs in dental treatments and technology in recent years have made modern dentistry much easier. Sedation dentistry makes treatment available without the overwhelming anxiety that often accompanies dental work.

Restorative dentistry makes every patient an empowered patient. Having the knowledge about oral health that you need in order to improve your teeth gives every person power over their smile. If you long to be free to smile again, restorative dentistry can transform the health of your mouth and the look of your smile. A beautiful, natural-looking smile is possible!

 

Posted in: Dental Bridges, Implant Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, Sedation Dentistry