Your smile goes through a lot in life, and sometimes, keeping it healthy and beautiful means addressing a problem with its health and/or appearance. The more issues your smile has to deal with, the more complicated that process may seem. However, the goal of a custom-designed full-mouth rehabilitation plan is to optimize your smile’s health and appearance while simplifying the process as much as possible. That means combining one or more cosmetic and/or restorative dental treatments to address your smile’s concerns in an effective but minimally invasive manner.
What Needs to Be Fixed?
Everyone’s smile is unique, and so are the things that affect its health, function, and appearance. That’s why properly designing a full-mouth rehabilitation plan first requires a comprehensive examination of your teeth, gums, oral tissues, and jawbone using advanced digital imaging technology. Some issues may seem more complicated than they actually are, or may not seem complex at all but still pose a serious threat to your oral health. After your examination, your dentist will be able to more effectively decide which treatments may be most appropriate.
The Smile Rehabilitation Process
The goal of any smile rehabilitation procedure is to optimize every aspect of your oral health. Rather than addressing each issue individually, your dentist will take your entire smile and oral health into consideration when designing your treatment plan. For instance, the right combination of porcelain veneers, cosmetic bonding, restorative crowns, dental implants, and/or other treatments may help fully restore your smile in less time than you would have guessed.
Learn How to Design Your Full-Mouth Rehabilitation
Your smile might face a lot of concerns, but with a customized full-mouth rehabilitation plan, addressing them can be a comfortable and convenient process. To learn more, schedule a consultation by calling Modern Smile in North Hollywood, CA, today at 818-763-9353. We also proudly serve patients who live in Burbank, Toluca Lake, and all surrounding communities.