Like a home, a patient usually has more than one single issue that needs to be addressed. Full mouth rehabilitation are a great way to plan out the repairs and improvements that you’ve always wanted for your teeth.
- Crowns and implants. When teeth are missing, it can be seriously damaging to your oral health and your confidence whenever you smile. It’s important to first address any teeth that may be missing in a smile, and to also provide damaged teeth with a protective cap to keep them from requiring an extraction to begin with. Crowns and implants are very effective and trusted prosthetic solutions that are cosmetically customized to look like your real, natural teeth, and to be just as strong as well.
- Veneers and whitening. Another issue that some patients may face with their teeth is the shades or shape of their teeth, which can become damaged over time through just daily eating and other habits. In the case of shape, veneer can provide teeth with a thin enamel shell that is modeled and customized to look like your own teeth, and even correct small gaps between teeth. Whitening can brighten your teeth, but do so in natural shades that aren’t “too white” to look normal.
- Inlays and onlays. There are occasions when portions of the teeth may just need to be filled in, or certain surfaces may be damaged but not require a more serious procedure. Inlays and onlays allow Dr. Bonbright to strengthen and protect teeth, without performing any serious drilling or dental tissue removal in the process. With shade matching and digital imaging, the result is an indistinguishable “repair” to teeth that would otherwise be far more damaged if neglected.
- Laser dentistry. Finally, dental lasers can be used to safely and quickly contour gum tissue to give you a more natural smile, or to clean bacteria from areas of your gum line. Lasers provide fast recovery times as well.
Contact Dr. Bonbright’s office today, and get a consultation for your full mouth rehabilitation plan of action.