What Happens During a Full Dental Reconstruction?
What your dentist in Thorp wants you to know
You may need more than just a simple filling. You may be suffering from dental issues affecting your entire mouth. If you have one dental issue taken care of, another dental problem may happen. There is a procedure designed to take care of all dental problems and restore a healthy, beautiful smile. It’s called a full dental reconstruction and Dr. Jon LaFlamme at Thorp Dental Center in Thorp, WI, wants to help you discover what it can do for you.
You may be missing many teeth or have large, broken fillings. You may be unable to chew because of pain, and you may have stopped smiling because of your unsightly dental problems. Full dental reconstruction is designed to bring back the function, strength and aesthetic beauty of your smile.
Full dental reconstruction begins with a comprehensive dental examination and digital x-rays. Using the state-of-the-art diagnostic tools available, you and Dr. LaFlamme can discuss treatment options and develop a customized treatment plan to complete your new smile.
When you choose full dental reconstruction, your smile will be rebuilt using a combination of restorative and cosmetic dental services. Some of the dental services available include:
- Dental implants, which are the perfect choice to replace missing teeth; they provide stability and natural-looking beauty to your smile. Other choices to replace missing teeth include dental bridges, partials or dentures.
- Tooth-colored fillings, which can be color-matched to your existing teeth and are virtually invisible; other filling materials include metal, gold or porcelain.
- Dental crowns, which are the perfect choice to restore badly broken, damaged or extensively decayed teeth.
You may also need root canal therapy to save infected teeth, or periodontal therapy to help restore the health of your gums. It’s all part of your full dental reconstruction.
If you feel like your smile is gone forever, think again! Full dental reconstruction can restore your smile and your self-esteem. For more information about full dental reconstruction, call Dr. LaFlamme at Thorp Dental Center in Thorp, WI. Get started on a beautiful new smile that is uniquely yours by calling (715) 669-5330 today!