The Quickest, Most Comfortable Option for Full-Mouth Restoration

full mouth restorationOften referred to as a non-surgical facelift, a full-mouth reconstruction provides you with an entirely new smile. When you require multiple dental procedures in order to correct a problematic smile, we recommend a full-mouth restoration. During this treatment, a series of restorative procedures are conducted, depending on what needs to be done to improve the appearance and functioning of your teeth. Many patients who suffer from the chronic pain associated with TMJ disorder seek out a full-mouth restoration to correct problems with their bite. The benefits include a drastic reduction in jaw and tooth pain. Dr. Claudia Denes is Fresno, CA is highly skilled in reconstructions that will cure your toothaches, while providing widely appealing smile enhancements.

Begin your full-mouth restoration process by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Denes today in Fresno, CA. Call 559-297-1294.

Prepping for a Full-Mouth Restoration

Dr. Denes will examine your mouth for any signs of decay, gum disease, cracks, or misalignment and use this information to create a personalized treatment plan. At your appointment, it’s imperative that you explain any pain you may be feeling. This can help her check for infections that may lie below the visible gum line, as well as micro-cracks  that may be affecting your molars. She will also check the condition of any fillings you have. Dental fillings only have a lifespan of about 8-12 years, so if you have an old filling that is causing intermittent sensitivity, it may be time to replace it.

She will first assess the healthy of your gums and jawbone. In order to support a full-mouth restoration, you need to have a healthy and sturdy structure. While examining your mouth, she will assess your bite. This is a highly important step. Depending on your bite, she may need to recommend treatment to correct that before beginning any restorative or cosmetic work.

Feeling Nervous?

Dental anxiety is common and can easily prevent you from keeping your dental appointments. If you’re feeling nervous about undergoing the restoration, Dr. Denes can prescribe sedation medication to help you feel more relaxed during your treatment. Gentle anti-anxiety medications are often used in sedation dentistry to get patients through procedures that require multiple steps or prolonged time in the dental chair. Sedative medications can be taken orally, via nitrous oxide gas, or intravenously, depending on what best fits your needs. If you have additional questions about sedation dentistry, feel free to ask Dr. Denes. She understands how profoundly dental anxiety can affect her patients and can recommend the most comfortable option for your needs.

Possible Procedures

There are many dental procedures that can be done to dramatically enhance your smile. If you’re teeth are chipped, broken, damaged, stained, or missing, Dr. Denes can provide a variety of restorative options. No matter what procedures you receive, we’re positive that you will love the dramatic results and feel a significant reduction in pain.

Dental implants are commonly a part of full mouth restorations. For patients missing one or more teeth, this treatment reduces your chances of losing surrounding teeth. Dental implants maintain healthy jawbone and easily attach to crowns, bridges, and dentures. They provide our patients with a permanent, natural-looking tooth replacement option. Root canal therapy for badly damaged teeth is an excellent way to prevent loosing teeth to begin with, so if you have any teeth that you are concerned about, a root canal and porcelain crown may be able to save them.

On the cosmetic side of full mouth restoration, porcelain veneers can be used to cover unattractive stains, lengthen teeth that stand out, and cover damage on the surface of your teeth. Sometimes professional teeth whitening doesn’t completely remove intrinsic stains; by placing a tooth-colored shell on the front of your tooth, Dr. Denes can easily hide the unappealing stain or other visible flaws.

Teeth whitening can also be done during a full-mouth restoration. Dr. Denes will use products that produce more dramatic bleaching effects than store bought products. After whitening with Dr. Denes, you will notice an improvement in the coloration of your teeth. Full-mouth restorations are different for each patient. Just as each smile is unique, so is the work needed to regain proper functioning.

Don’t let dental anxiety hold you back from scheduling your appointment with Dr. Denes. Call 559-297-1294 to begin your restoration at our Fresno, CA office.

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