If you have severe tooth damage or are missing teeth, you may be a candidate for full-mouth restoration. At Westchase Esthetic Family Dentistry in Tampa, Florida, Juliet Bulnes-Newton, DMD, Diplomate-ABDSM, and the skilled team offer this service to restore or replace all of your natural teeth and perfect your gorgeous smile. Call the office to learn more or use the online scheduler today.
Full-mouth restoration at Westchase Esthetic Family Dentistry includes dental procedures that repair or replace decaying or damaged permanent teeth. Some restoration procedures are more invasive than others, but the result is a natural-looking smile and a full set of beautiful teeth.
The benefits you can expect after choosing full-mouth restoration at Westchase Esthetic Family Dentistry include teeth that are:
The treatment eliminates any gaps caused by missing or extracted permanent teeth to perfect your smile.
Your dentist lets you know if you’re a candidate for full-mouth restoration after reviewing your oral health history, medical history, preferences, and desired results. They examine your mouth, teeth, and gums. Your dental specialist takes X-rays when needed before personalizing your restorative treatment plan.
They often recommend more than one type of restoration procedure to achieve the most aesthetically pleasing results.
Some of the superior full-mouth restoration services available at Westchase Esthetic Family Dentistry include:
Tooth extraction might be the first step of replacing some or all of your natural teeth with crowns, bridges, or dentures.
Bonding uses tooth-colored dental materials to restore and improve the appearance of damaged teeth.
Dental crowns are natural-looking caps that fit over a tooth to improve its appearance and add strength. Implant-supported crowns attach to artificial tooth roots (dental implants) to replace missing permanent teeth.
Dental bridges are a group of natural-looking artificial teeth that replace multiple missing permanent teeth.
Tooth-colored veneers are strong shells that bond to the front of damaged teeth, improving their appearance.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that attach to your jawbone. They anchor bridges, crowns, or dentures to replace missing permanent teeth.
Dentures are artificial teeth that fit over your gums or attach to dental implants. They can replace some or all of your natural teeth. You might receive removable dentures or implant-supported dentures that remain fixed in place.
To learn more about full-mouth restoration at Westchase Esthetic Family Dentistry and find out if it’s right for you, call the office or use the online booking tool today.