Rebuilding Smiles through Herndon Restorative Dentistry
Rare is the person who goes through life without requiring any sort of tooth repair. At some point along the way, most people need restorative dentistry. Whether because of normal wear and tear over the years or a sudden and traumatic injury, teeth are susceptible to the same deteriorating effects of aging as the rest of the body. But it’s not only aging that can make a restorative dentistry treatment necessary. Patients of all ages, even children, are vulnerable when it comes to offenders such as the bacteria that cause tooth decay.
At Virginia Dentistry by Design, Dr. Dilolli and her staff are ready to rebuild your healthy smile with the restorative treatment that is right for you.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Tooth loss can be the result of severe tooth decay,advanced gum disease or a traumatic injury that knocks out a tooth. In the case of decay and gum disease, these cannot only cause tooth loss, but they may also be the result of tooth loss. In other words, people who have missing teeth are more inclined to develop decay and gum disease. Thus, the process can become a vicious cycle.
Furthermore, there are also general health and emotional consequences that come of having one or more missing teeth. Tooth loss can negatively impact diet and nutrition. Symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) may develop as a result of adjacent teeth that shift to take up the space of missing teeth. Speech can be impaired, and a person with missing teeth may be reluctant to smile or laugh. Thus, the importance of replacing missing teeth cannot be overstated.
A reliable and natural-looking tooth replacement option is a crown and bridge, which consists of two crowns that are mounted on healthy adjacent teeth in order to permanently hold the false teeth that bridge the gap of missing teeth. A bridge can be designed to replace one missing tooth, or several consecutive teeth when necessary. If you and Dr. Dilolli decide that a crown and bridge is the right prosthetic appliance for you, then you can soon look forward to having a fully restored smile that is not only aesthetically attractive, but healthier, too.
Full Mouth Reconstructions
Do you need a complete smile renovation? Lack of preventive dental care can sometimes lead to extensive dental decay and damage. However, no matter how long it has been since you’ve received general dental care, your mouth is never beyond repair. If your smile needs a full overhaul, we have the experience and advanced techniques you need to restore your healthy and functional smile. Full mouth reconstruction is the process of rebuilding all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws, correcting malocclusion, and healing periodontal inflammation.
Start today by taking the most important step – schedule your personalized full mouth reconstruction consultation with Dr. Sonia Dilolli. We will help you find the course of treatment you need to achieve the healthy and confident smile you deserve.
Full Mouth Reconstruction VS Smile Makeovers
Whereas a smile makeover is elective, a full mouth reconstruction is something that you need to have. Full mouth reconstruction may involve multiple restorative, neuromuscular, orthodontic, and cosmetic dental procedures. The primary goal of full mouth reconstruction is to fully restore not only the appearance of your smile, but also its normal structure and functioning.
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