What would it take to have that perfect smile? What if you could get rid of:
- Crooked teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Decayed or deteriorating teeth
- Discolored or stained teeth
- Missing teeth
- Teeth that are worn out or are uneven
If so, a full mouth restoration may be the answer for you!
What Is Full Mouth Restoration?
This term refers to a custom combination of cosmetic and restorative dental procedures that may need to be performed on some or all of your teeth. Full mouth restoration completely repairs and enhances the form and function of your teeth, and may include:
- Crowns and bridges
- Dental implants
- Porcelain veneers
- Teeth bonding
- Dentures or partials
- Gum treatment
- Metal-free fillings
- Teeth whitening
Over a period of time, it is virtually impossible to detect the wearing down of teeth, but even small changes can have dramatic effects. Worn down teeth can contribute to a subtle but significant breakdown in the entire structure of your lower face, creating an aged appearance and an improper bite. Worn teeth also tend to get shorter, chipped and discolored.
Part of TMD treatment
Serious pain in your jaw, significant headaches and other annoying symptoms may signal a more serious condition called Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD).
In this case, a full mouth restoration may combine the science of neuromuscular dentistry with the art of cosmetic dentistry to create a smile that is functional and healthy, in addition to being visually appealing.
Benefits of a Full Mouth Restoration
A full mouth restoration makes sure that your teeth come together correctly when you close your mouth, and any compromised teeth are cleared of decay and rebuilt. It also helps the muscles function better, and helps protect teeth from fractures, wear and tear, and bacterial attack.
At Warr Dental, we understand that you are unique. Dr. Warr will tailor an affordable cosmetic dentistry solution that is right for you. Our state-of-the-art facility guards your safety, and our comfortable and friendly environment offers you peace of mind.
Schedule a consultation to discuss your cosmetic and reconstructive options by calling 801-355-5385. Warr Dental serves patients throughout Salt Lake City and nearby areas of Utah.