When you have a smile that you are comfortable with, you often take that smile for granted. You don’t second-guess yourself when a camera shows up in your face. You feel confident when you are introduced to someone new. Meals are enjoyable because you are comfortable chewing your food.
You may not realize that there are some people out there who would do anything to have a smile that was functional and comfortable. These patients are in need of full mouth reconstruction. If you are in pain when you chew, are ashamed of the way your teeth look, or are afraid that your teeth are actually making you unhealthy, it is time to consider some major improvements for your smile.
Health is Priority Number One
Of course you want to have a smile that you are confident showing to those around you, but until your smile is healthy, we cannot do any type of cosmetic work. If you haven’t been to the dentist in years, you are probably sitting there with decay throughout your teeth and possibly a gum disease infection (which affects nearly half of all adults over the age of 35).
When you make the decision for a full mouth reconstruction, our first priority is to get your smile back to health. Cleanings, fillings, and repair to broken-down teeth are at the top of that list. Once your teeth are healthy, they will begin to feel a lot better. This process should take care of any pain you might be feeling when you chew, and it will certainly begin the process toward a more attractive smile.
Now Make Your Smile Look Great
Once your mouth is back to a healthy standard, you can focus on having a smile that looks great. Cosmetic dentistry procedures can change the shape, color, and look of your smile completely! Tetracycline and tobacco stains can be removed with deep bleaching, and tooth contouring can be used to alter the shape and length of your teeth.
Veneers, cosmetic crowns, and dental bonding can be used to fill in gaps, cover damage, and create a uniform smile that you can be proud of. With teeth that are whiter, brighter, and more comfortable, you will feel like a completely different person!
Start the Process Today!
A full mouth reconstruction is a process. You can’t walk into our office and have your entire mouth corrected in a single appointment. This situation took years to create, and it will take several months to correct. The good news is that we can plan your treatment so that you are comfortable, both physically and financially.
The whole process begins with a consultation appointment with Dr. Pioch. Call (503) 305-5051 or contact us using our online form to set up this appointment. Our staff is ready and willing to help. You’ll never feel judged, lectured, or shamed from Pioneer Dental Group. Our goal is to help you get the smile you deserve, so don’t hesitate to come in to learn more about the possibilities with full mouth reconstruction.