Cosmetic Full Mouth Restoration Dentistry Austin
12 Oaks Dental Full-Mouth Restoration
Life is unpredictable and it can be hard on your smile as well as your teeth. Anything from the foods we eat to grinding our teeth when we sleep can cause damage, decay, staining and a lack of balance. An accident or trauma to the mouth can be especially devastating. Our full-mouth restoration can offer life-changing results.
All About Your Full-Mouth Restoration
During a full-mouth restoration, we take every aspect of your appearance, your body and your health into consideration. We start with an in-depth conversation and comprehensive examination. What are we looking for? Everything. First, we need to know what you want. Every full-mouth restoration is tailored to meet your very individual and specific needs and to make the changes you want at a pace with which you are comfortable. That’s why we take so much time to listen to you and get to know you. We will never rush you or make you feel that your thoughts are silly or unimportant. Instead we make you part of your dental team so you can know exactly what your choices are and actively decide what happens and when. Your screening and exams usually include:
- Oral cancer screening
- TMD/bite assessment
- Dental exam
- Periodontal screening
- Intra-oral camera exam
- Cosmetic evaluation
- Sleep Disorder
- Digital x-rays
If we find any issues such as periodontal disease or tooth decay, we will begin by addressing those needs. We then move on to addressing your bite and any TMD issues you might have. We will prioritize your treatment based on your needs. This gives your mouth a strong and healthy foundation on which to build your cosmetic full-mouth restoration.
What is Included in a Full-Mouth Restoration?
Just as in a smile makeover, your full-mouth restoration is uniquely designed to meet your needs. A full mouth restoration could include any or all of the following procedures:
- Periodontal therapy
- TMJ treatment
- Smile whitening
- Tooth recontouring
- Dental implant
- Dental bonding
- Inlays, onlays or crowns
- Dental bridge
- Porcelain veneers
When your full-mouth restoration is complete, you can expect to have a beautiful smile and a healthy bite, free of pain and discomfort. You may even look more youthful and refreshed. You will feel healthier, more confident and ready to take on the world!