A Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Revive Your Confident Smile
Many of our patients go years without visiting the dentist; experience trauma that leaves their smile less-than-perfect; or have severely decaying teeth. When one patient has a number of restorative, cosmetic, and oral-health problems, a full-mouth reconstruction can often bring their smile back to life. Ridgewood Dental Associates has a methodical and thorough reconstruction process that results in astounding results.
To help you bring health, happiness, and confidence back to your smile, our team of experts will make you feel comfortable, informed, and prepared for treatment. Our consultation process is detailed and personalized so that we can understand each of your needs and requests. To schedule your first appointment, contact us in New Jersey today.
Feeling Comfortable in the Office
Many of Ridgewood Dental Associates' full-mouth reconstruction patients decide to schedule a consultation after years of neglecting their oral health. Whether out of fear of the dentist or embarrassment of the condition of their teeth, these patients come in feeling uneasy and anxious, but leave with weight off their shoulders and joy in their smiles. Our friendly staff, doctors, and hygienists all work together to make our patients feel as comfortable as possible. Our emphasis on patient education will give you a chance to understand your oral health better than ever before. The new knowledge you gain during your first appointment will help you relax about the procedure itself.
In addition to the energy and compassion of our team, our office is also designed to make the most out of your time here. With comfortable amenities and a peaceful environment, Ridgewood Dental Associates puts our patients first.
Understanding the Procedure
Each of the full-mouth reconstructions we perform are unique to the patient we see. The pre-planning phase of a reconstruction is essential to the success of the treatment, and your doctor will spend quality time with you discussing your expectations and goals. Although your care plan will vary based on your own needs, some of the services provided during a reconstruction are:
- Dental implant surgery
- Periodontal treatment
- Traditional dental crowns and bridges
- Implant-supported bridges, crowns, or dentures
- Porcelain veneers
- Teeth whitening
How it Can Help
Missing teeth are one of the oral health problems that cause the most trouble. Once you lose a tooth, the structure of your entire jaw begins to change - your remaining teeth can shift out of place, and your jawbone will start to deteriorate. The exposed gums left behind can trap dangerous bacteria that can cause gum disease, decay of the surrounding teeth, and even further tooth loss. Replacing these teeth during reconstruction will protect your jawbone, while also protecting your gums and teeth.
Broken, chipped, cracked, or infected teeth can all be detrimental to your health and comfort. These various ailments can cause pain when you eat and may be especially sensitive to the temperature of food and beverages. Breaks in your teeth that go untreated can also trap harmful bacteria, putting your teeth at risk for further breakage. With crowns or dental bonding, these complications can be corrected.
Freely smiling, laughing, and speaking is often dependent on how comfortable you are with the way your smile looks. Discolored, misaligned, and overlapping teeth can make you feel embarrassed or self-conscious. At Ridgewood Dental Associates, we understand that a full-mouth reconstruction should be just as focused on aesthetics as it is on health and function. Your smile will never look better than after this treatment.
Learn More about Full-mouth Reconstruction
It's never too late to take control of your oral health and recapture the smile of your youth. Contact Ridgewood Dental Associates in Northern New Jersey today to schedule your first consultation. We can't wait to meet you!