Parkslope Dentist

Maintaining a healthy smile requires an ongoing commitment to good oral hygiene practices and regular dental visits. Despite the best of efforts, teeth and gums are susceptible to damage and decay over time. When these issues go untreated for extended periods of time, they can have negative impacts on the health, function and beauty of your smile.

Thankfully, there are numerous restorative dentistry treatments that can restore your teeth, mouth and smile to their optimal condition. Depending on the extent of your needs, treatment may involve one or multiple procedures. Some procedures that are commonly used in full mouth reconstruction include crowns, bridges, veneers, implants and procedures addressing gum tissue health.

Aside from restoring the function of your mouth and smile, full mouth reconstruction can also provide cosmetic benefits. Crooked teeth and misalignment can create a distorted appearance, which many people find to be undesirable. Additionally, these problems can cause chewing and biting difficulties, affecting your quality of life.

Full mouth reconstructions often take several months to complete, and the procedure can be expensive. However, our dentists will work with you to determine what services are covered by your insurance, and what can be done at a reasonable cost. This will help you understand the process and have realistic expectations about how long it will take to get your perfect smile. In the end, the investment is worth it. Your restored teeth and improved oral health will last a lifetime.

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