Because there are so many types of dental issues, dental professionals have dedicated their careers to developing various procedures to repair said issues. And while we aren’t all born with a naturally brilliant smile, all is not lost. It may be just a simple whitening procedure or a round of braces, to something more extensive like a total smile makeover.
If most—or all—of your teeth are crooked, broken or decayed, you may have given up hope for a healthy, beautiful smile. For many, it causes issues with self-esteem, others day-to-day functions like eating or speaking. A total smile makeover, also known as full-mouth rehabilitation combines the best technology, materials and techniques with decades of advanced clinical training and experience.
People of all ages seek full-mouth rehabilitation for many reasons, including inherited dental problems, such as a bad bite, traumatic injuries from car accidents or sports, or chronic illnesses. Tooth-grinding, acid reflux, bulimia, and drug and alcohol abuse may also inflict severe damage on the teeth. Full-mouth rehabilitation can be used to solve a variety of dental problems, including:
- pain or soreness in the teeth, gums or jaw
- missing teeth
- loose teeth
- decay in most or all teeth
- bad breath
- severely worn, shortened teeth
- severe erosion of the enamel
- extremely sensitive teeth
- teeth that are cracked, chipped or broken
- crowns or bridges that crack, chip or break
- an overbite or protruding jaw
- crooked or misshapen teeth
- discolored teeth
- a narrow or a “gummy” smile
- ear congestion and/or dizziness
- headaches or migraines
If you’re ready to get the smile that you’ve always dreamed of, make an appointment to see your dental professional as soon as possible to discuss your options.
Call Tyngsboro dentist Dr. Yankowskas for a consultation at 978-649-7773. Also, visit our website at tyngsborocosmeticdentist.com.
Dr. James Yankowskas proudly accepts patients from Tyngsboro and all surrounding areas.