Full Mouth Reconstructions – Smile Makeover

Full Mouth Reconstructions – Smile Makeover

What is a Smile Makeover?

A smile makeover can enhance and perfect your existing smile. Smile makeovers, also known as full mouth reconstruction, isn’t just cosmetic in nature, but restorative. The smile makeover is specific to each individual patient, so your procedures will be different from another patient’s. Our goal is to provide you with a smile that you can feel proud to show off.

Why might a Smile Makeover be needed?

A smile makeover is often needed or wanted because a person is unhappy with their smile. Your makeover is specific to your needs and will be geared to what benefits your oral health. Some of the most common procedures done during full mouth reconstruction include:

• Whitening
• Veneers
• Crowns and Bridge Work
• Dental Implants
• Bonding
• Extractions
• Orthodontic Treatment
• Dentures and Partials

What makes you a good candidate for a Smile Makeover?

The vast majority of patients who want to have a smile makeover can easily and safely have the work done. You will need to come into our office for a consultation before having the work started. We can create a personalized treatment plan that is specific to your own dental needs. Our mission is to provide you with a high-quality smile that you can feel confident in.

What happens during a Smile Makeover?

You’ll begin the process by coming in for a complete consultation. The consultation includes an exam and series of x-rays to help us determine what type of work is needed. Once we complete the consultation, we’ll schedule you to begin treatment. Each of our patients will have a different type of smile makeover needs than others. At any time during the treatment you do not want a certain procedure done, we can completely change and alter your treatment plan. We want you to feel confident in your smile and will work directly with you to create a treatment plan that fits your needs.

If you would like to have a smile makeover done, call us today and we can get you in fora consultation appointment at your earliest convenience.

"Every day I look forward to seeing a patient that has been reluctant to come to the dentist. It is very rewarding to be able to give that person the smile they deserve. I do this in hopes that they will share that smile with others."

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