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Transform Your Smile with Sedation Dentistry: The Art of Full Mouth Restoration at Smith Dental Care

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Planning for extensive dental work can be scary. When it comes to full mouth restoration, you know that you are undergoing major work. It requires a little bit of bravery, but the good news is that there are also tools to help you make it through it without as much fear and anxiety. 

Dental office technology has improved through the years, and with sedation dentistry, you can be comfortable throughout your entire procedure. Trust the dental staff to take great care of you while keeping you comfortable throughout the process. Whether you have multiple dental issues that need to be handled or you scheduled full mouth restoration to create a stunning smile, you’ll be taken care of. 

Full Mouth Restoration

The idea of full mouth restoration is taking a mouth that needs total rehabilitation for whatever reason and perfecting the smile. These are major procedures that require comprehensive dental care to accomplish the desired results. From damaged and missing teeth to handling the aesthetics of your smile, there are many details involved in the process. 

Not every restoration process is the same. We all have different stories to tell, and your oral health challenges are unique to you. The dental office can use sedation and full mouth restoration planning to address multiple needs at one time. 

We create a comprehensive solution designed to help you achieve positive oral health, a healthy smile, and a plan that meets your needs. With a holistic approach, we can help you attain the results you desire. 

Full Mouth Restoration Is a Personalized Solution

At Smith Dental Care, we tailor big projects like this to your needs and your wants. It’s a very personal process, and many times there are emotions running rampant on top of the desire for an improved smile. We work closely with you to ensure we can help you meet your treatment goals. 

Every full mouth restoration starts with a consultation and evaluation. This allows us to get to know you. It also gives you a chance to get comfortable with us before the work begins. We will complete a thorough examination, take impressions, X-rays, and digital imaging, and start planning. This exam allows us to assess the current conditions of your teeth and oral health so we can make a plan for the rehabilitation process. 

Once we assess and understand, we can start planning treatment that is based on your needs and your desired outcome. 

Full mouth restoration isn’t always just a single step. Depending on the need, it may require multiple steps or procedures. Most restoration projects include a combination of cosmetic, restorative, and periodontal procedures to complete. 

A Look at Various Restoration Approaches

There are different concepts used for varying needs. Let’s take a closer look at a few of them. 

  • Dental Implants - these can replace missing or pulled teeth, providing a permanent replacement that allows your teeth to function as normal and look great in the process. 
  • Porcelain Veneers - veneers help to correct imperfections in aesthetic appearance, such as discoloration, chips, cracks, and other issues. 
  • Dental Crowns and Bridges - Provide a repair method for damaged teeth without a complete replacement or overhaul. These restore strength as well as function for the involved teeth. 
  • Gum Disease - Treatment is personalized to consider things like gum inflammation, infection, and recession. Protocols will vary depending on your situation. 
  • Orthodontics - Treatment with the use of braces or invisible alignment devices to help correct misalignment and bite settings. 
  • TMJ Treatment - Helps to alleviate pain or dysfunction associated with TMJ

The Role of Sedation Dentistry in Full Mouth Restoration

When you undergo full mouth restoration, sedation dentistry provides a resource to keep you calm during the process. Most procedures can be completed while you are sedated. 

There are different types of sedation available. These are the kinds we use: 

  • Intravenous (IV) - sedates through an IV with an anesthesiologist. This provides the deepest possible relaxation by putting you to sleep during the procedure. 
  • Oral Sedation - sedation through a pill that will help to relax you but does not completely sedate you. Don’t be surprised if you fall asleep just because you are so relaxed. 
  • Nitrous Oxide - this is one of the most commonly used sedation methods in dental offices. It’s also known as laughing gas. This is administered through a nasal mask that calms you and makes you happy during your appointment. 

Work with Smith Dental Care for Full Mouth Restoration

From high-anxiety patients to full reconstruction and major procedures, we provide sedation dentistry to help you stay calm and relaxed through it all. At Smith Dental Care, we provide a wide array of reconstruction services, perfectly tailored to meet your smile needs. 

Contact us today to start the process toward a healthy and confident smile. 

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