What you may call “full mouth reconstruction,” your friend may call a “smile makeover.” Instead of a single procedure designed to treat a specific condition or unwanted feature of your teeth or mouth, you may desire extensive improvements. These improvements require more than a single type of procedure and contribute to an overall improved smile.
Just as your features and needs are unique, so is your full mouth reconstruction or makeover. Some of these treatments may have nothing to do with your mouth. You may find resolution from ongoing headaches, neck and shoulder pain, and other disruptive symptoms at Nashua Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry, P.L.L.C.
These and other complaints that affect your quality of life can be rooted in problems with the joints that connect the jaw to the skull. Dr. Whitcomb can recommend customized dental appliances and other therapies that effectively address temporomandibular joint-related disorders. Likewise, a customized mouthpiece may finally bring relief to troubling and serious symptoms of sleep apnea.
These approaches may be done in conjunction with other cosmetic or restorative treatments, such as procedures designed to correct common complications of TMD like excessive wear and chipping. For instance, veneers are thin layers of porcelain that may be applied to cover up chips and other types of damage.
The dentists offer a number of other procedures to make over your smile and reconstruct your mouth. These treatments may be motivated primarily by cosmetic needs or functional considerations. Whatever your motivations, Dr. Whitcomb combine decades of experience across a range of approaches with training and knowledge of the latest advances and materials to fulfill your unique goals for treatment.
Additional procedures commonly associated with full mouth dental reconstruction, and offered by the Nashua team you know and trust include:
- In-office whitening
- At-home whitening trays
- Invisalign removable braces
- Inlays and onlays
- Tooth replacement such as bridges and implants
- Aesthetic dentures
As a biological dental practice, the doctors emphasize the most conservative options when recommending procedures for patients. In some cases, before any elective procedures are undertaken it may be necessary to treat existing inflammation, disease, and decay with root planing, scaling, or root canal therapies.
Your oral health is of utmost importance, so disease must be treated before undergoing whitening, bonding, veneers, or similar procedures. A healthy mouth shows in the lack of brown or dark spots, cracks, gaps, and crowding that detract from the appearance of your smile. Consider this a nice side effect to accompany restorative options that may help you eat with greater enjoyment, speak more clearly, and sleep more soundly.
Contact Nashua Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry, P.L.L.C. to schedule a consultation, the first step toward the procedures that will transform your smile and may just transform your life.