Do you have the confidence in your smile to flash your teeth and give a full, beaming smile?
A smile can play a big part in your confidence and how you present yourself to others. In fact, it has been shown that another person will notice your smile second only to your eyes when meeting!
If you are unhappy with your smile and your teeth, however, you may not have the confidence to give a full smile with your teeth – leaving you at a disadvantage when meeting people.
To give you the confidence to bring your smile to everyone you meet, a full mouth restoration might be in order. We will meet with you and work with you to determine your individual needs, problems, concerns and desires in order to offer the best possible solutions to bring out your smile.
We can help you to improve your smile’s appearance through removing cavities, improving shape, brightening colour and realigning teeth to a better fit for your mouth and smile. Whether you need only one treatment or a mix, we will work with you to ensure that you reach your best smile ever.
Health Benefits of Full Mouth Restoration
Although confidence and your smile are an important part of a full mouth restoration, there are other, non-cosmetic reasons to look at a full mouth restoration.
Missing teeth, having gaps, broken teeth or teeth that cause pain can lead to difficulty chewing properly, leading to a nutritional deficiency. Whether it’s because you are avoiding foods that are difficult to eat, or are limited in the variety of food that you can eat, a nutritional deficiency can lead you to a number of various complications, whether it be for your oral or general health.
As more and more research is done, it has also become more apparent over time that your oral health affects more than just your teeth, gums and mouth. Instead, your oral health actually has a large effect on systemic (whole body) health. It has been found that oral infections from poor oral health lead not only to pain and fatigue, but can make it difficult for the body to fight off other infections.
A large number of bacteria that cause oral health infections and diseases have been found in other body conditions. These can affect your heart and other organs, leading to complications or health issues that at first glance would seem to be unrelated to your oral health.
Insurance Coverage for Full Mouth Restoration
When looking for affordable care and treatment for various mouth and tooth issues, insurance can help to cover some of the costs. However, it will really depend on your specific insurance plan and the reason behind your treatment.
In general, most plans will cover treatments that are dealing with disease, such as restorations to fix cavities or emergent treatment for pain and infections. Aesthetic treatments are less likely to be covered, however, you should contact your provider to find out about coverage for specific treatments. Our front end staff are happy to help you look into coverage options, and your dentist can look into different treatment options based on your coverage.
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