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How to Fully Restore Your Smile More Conveniently

Updated: Apr 8, 2020

Most of the time, dental care is a routine process that involves cleaning and maintaining your teeth, gums, and oral tissues. This routine is meant to help you avoid some of the more serious concerns that can affect your oral health, such as tooth decay and gum disease. However, there may be times when taking care of your smile means saving it from something that compromises your teeth or oral tissues, or from multiple somethings. When your smile needs to be restored and you have multiple concerns to address, a custom-designed full-mouth restoration plan can help simplify the process.

The goals of a full-mouth restoration

There are several goals to focus on when designing your full-mouth restoration plan. Addressing each of your smile’s concerns is only one goal; others include minimizing the amount of treatment you need and any permanent changes to your tooth structure. This requires a highly personalized, comprehensive approach to diagnosing your oral health troubles and designing a minimally invasive treatment plan to address them. This may require multiple treatments, each of which will focus on conservatively restoring your smile.

Determining what your smile needs

Before recommending any specific treatment for your full-mouth restoration, we’ll first thoroughly diagnose all of your concerns, including those that affect your smile’s appearance, your tooth structure, your bite function, and more. Using advanced digital imaging equipment, we can gain a clear picture of your oral structures and the issues that affect them. Then, we’ll work closely with you to explain each of your concerns and what addressing them will entail. Together, we’ll customize your full-mouth restoration to achieve optimal results for your smile, oral health, and personal preferences.

The benefits of full-mouth restoration

Fully restoring your smile is important for maintaining your good oral health for life. Most dental health concerns are progressive and will only be resolved when you treat them. Also, many conditions can expose your teeth and oral structures to further complications if not addressed, such as damage to your teeth or bruxism (chronic teeth-grinding). By creating a plan to address all of your issues at once with one or more conservative treatments, you can enjoy a fully restored smile in less time.

Learn how we can fully restore your smile

Restoring your smile might seem complicated when you have multiple issues to deal with, but we can simplify it with a custom full-mouth restoration plan. To learn more, schedule an appointment by calling Creekside Family Dental Care in Columbia, TN, today at (931) 388–3384.

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