Do you have issues with the alignment, shade, or shape of your teeth? Do you have unsightly gaps in your smile due to tooth loss? You may assume that your smile is too far gone, but a full mouth reconstruction can allow our team to completely transform your smile.
Frequently Asked Questions About Full Mouth Reconstruction
Question: What do you look for in the initial exam?
Answer: We look for the dental health issues behind your smile problems, such as jaw joint disorders, malocclusion, and other factors that can lead to worn, chipped, or cracked teeth. We will also look for the factors behind discoloration and tooth loss. Treating these underlying health issues is an essential part of your reconstruction.
Question: Can you improve the beauty of my smile?
Answer: To correct your smile’s appearance, we can provide professional teeth whitening. Dental bonding and contouring can reshape and repair teeth in as little as one visit. We can also use veneers to transform smiles using thin shells of porcelain. If you have misalignment, we can use MTM clear aligners to correct uneven smiles with clear plastic aligners instead of metal braces.
Question: What if I have missing or damaged teeth?
Answer: First, we will use integrative dental medicine to correct TMJ dysfunction, bruxism, and other issues with oral appliances and restorations. We can place custom-made crowns to repair teeth, or replace teeth using lifelike bridges, dentures, or dental implants. We can also use fillings and root canal therapy to fix decay or infection.
Question: How do I get started?
Answer: Simply give us a call and we can schedule a visit! During your initial consultation, we can discuss your hopes for your smile and perform an exam to assess the extent of your cosmetic and restorative issues. From there, we will create a personalized treatment plan. If you have any questions about full mouth reconstruction, then contact our team today.
Do You Need a Reconstruction?
Dr. Lawson and our team can transform your smile completely. To learn more, schedule a consultation by calling our sleep dentistry office in Urbandale, IA, at 515-278-4366.