Full-Mouth Reconstruction—Dunwoody, GA
Hit the Reset Button for Your Smile
Many of our patients can’t remember the last time they smiled in front of other people. Typically, it’s because they have a multitude of dental problems, and they just feel too self-conscious about their friends and family seeing their teeth. In many cases, they have already been to other dentists, and they weren’t able to get the help that they needed. At our practice, Dr. Jeff Rodgers and Dr. Meredith Hughes not only feel for these patients, but they’re ready to offer them a solution as well.
With a dedicated full-mouth reconstruction, he can help even the most compromised smile look and feel like new again. Read on to learn more about how a cosmetic dentist in Dunwoody can help you rebuild your smile.
What Is A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
A full-mouth reconstruction is a treatment plan designed to help patients dealing with numerous dental problems at once, whether that involves decayed, broken, or missing teeth, gum disease, bite issues…the list goes on. It combines both cosmetic and restorative procedures to bring back a smile’s appearance, health, and function all at the same time. Every full-mouth reconstruction we provide is completely unique based on a patient’s needs, specifically tailored to help someone achieve their specific smile goals.
What Are The Benefits Of A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
- Renewed Oral Health: People in need of a full-mouth reconstruction usually haven’t taken care of their smile for a very long time or have just suffered a traumatic accident. First and foremost, the treatment is intended to get someone’s oral health back on track so they can chew and speak properly and not suffer any lingering pain.
- Enhanced Appearance: Of course, a smile doesn’t just need to be functional, but beautiful as well. As your dentist in Dunwoody is doing your reconstruction, improving the overall look of your smile will be a big part of the plan as well, whether that involves fixing stained, gapped, or misaligned teeth.
- Bring Back Self-Confidence: Having a smile that feels like a liability causes many people to disengage from the world around them. With a reconstruction, we can give someone a reason to feel confident about themselves again. Nothing makes a good first impression like flashing a self-assured smile, and that’s exactly what a reconstruction gives people.
What Will My Reconstruction Be Like?
As we touched on above, every patient’s full-mouth reconstruction is completely unique based on their specific needs. At a consultation with Dr. Rodgers or Dr. Hughes, they’ll examine your mouth and ask you what you would like to change about your smile. Using this information, they’ll recommend the specific procedures you might need, which could consist of some (but not all) of the following:
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Bridges
- Dental implants
- Tooth-colored fillings
- Teeth whitening
- Porcelain veneers
Come Get Your Smile Back
Many patients who could benefit from a full-mouth reconstruction think it’s simply too late for their smile, but with Dr. Jeff Rodgers and Dr. Meredith Hughes, that is never the case. If you’re tired of dealing with decayed, missing, or hurting teeth, all it takes is just one consultation to have hope again. To schedule yours, contact us today.