We often see people with several problems regarding their smile, some cosmetic and others restorative or even involving missing teeth. They assume there is no hope for their smile, but we want everyone to know that it’s never too late to enjoy a stunning smile. In today’s blog, your Syosset, NY, dentist is talking about full mouth rehabilitation.
Planning the Treatment Process
The rehabilitation process means we combine multiple procedures in a single treatment plan to address various aspects of your smile. First, we need to understand what is happening with your smile. We begin with an exam, in which we use digital x-rays and intraoral cameras to obtain detailed images of your smile, including the roots and oral structures beneath the gums. This allows us to create a diagnosis with accuracy and precision, and discover what concerns need treatment. We then decide on the best course of treatment to correct these issues. Every full mouth rehabilitation is unique, as every smile we treat is unique!
General and Cosmetic Treatments
We could discuss cleanings to remove any buildup for the teeth and roots, and oral appliance therapy to treat underlying issues like TMJ disorder, bruxism (teeth grindings, or even sleep apnea. As for cosmetics, we have an array of procedures to correct the esthetic issues with your smile. For example, dramatic and long-lasting brightness is available with professional teeth whitening. Bonding and contouring allow our team to mask stains, fill gaps, and reshape teeth in one visit. Porcelain veneers are thin restorations that cover the front and sides of the teeth, offering instant cosmetic improvement. We could also discuss orthodontic treatment with clear aligners, or gum contouring to reshape the gum line and remove excess tissues.
Restorative and Prosthetic Options
If you have a cavity, we could treat it with a lifelike filling. More severe cases of decay or infections could be addressed with a custom and lifelike dental crown. Root canal therapy stops the spread of infection, and we can also address missing teeth too! With a dental bridge, partial denture, or even a full denture, we can address minor or severe cases of tooth loss. We can also offer dental implants for missing teeth, or use them to support dentures that last for decades to come.
If you have any questions about the process of planning and implementing a full mouth rehabilitation, or if you would like to know if a makeover is right for you, then contact our team today to learn more.
Syosset Dental Can Transform Your Entire Smile
A full mouth rehabilitation can transform your smile with a combination of treatment options. If you have questions about changing the function and beauty of your smile, then contact our Syosset, NY dental office today at 516-433-2211.