Fresno Dentists Explain a Full Mouth Reconstruction

Jan 24th, 2013 | By | Category: Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth ReconstructionReality-TV got a giant boost through the popular makeover shows that once dominated the airwaves. While these shows may not have contributed greatly to our cultural consciousness, they did exemplify the importance that confidence has to your overall quality of life. For instance, countless studies suggest that your smile is one of the most noticeable aspects of your face during a first impression. A bright and confident one is deemed more appealing than a smile marred by imperfections, or partially hidden out of embarrassment. Experienced Fresno cosmetic dentists, Dr. Alex Denes and Dr. Claudia Denes, pride themselves on creating masterpiece smiles for all of their patients. Today, they give you a glimpse into the science behind creating a total smile makeover through a full mouth reconstruction.

Ensuring a Healthy Foundation

Like building a house, a sturdy and long-lasting smile depends on a strong and healthy foundation. In the case of your smile, your foundation lies in your jawbone and periodontal (gum) tissue. The first step to initiating a full mouth reconstruction is to ensure that your gums and jawbone are healthy enough to fully support the work that needs to be done. A thorough examination will determine the state of your periodontal tissue, and if treatment is needed, we’ll devise a personalized plan to restore the health to your smile’s foundation.

Restoring Optimal Function

Once your smile’s foundation is secure, Dr. Alex or Dr. Claudia Denes will check your bite for proper alignment. Even the most advanced cosmetic dentistry techniques will not last long if malocclusion (a misaligned bite) continues to damage your teeth. There are many options for realigning your bite; if you suffer from malocclusion, Dr. Denes will consult with you to discuss the best options for orthodontic treatment.

Full Mouth Reconstruction in Fresno

So your smile rests on a strong and healthy foundation, and your bite is correctly aligned and ready for business. The final stages of a full-mouth reconstruction involve polishing your smile with the final touches to ensure that your smile is bright and free of cosmetic blemishes, such as tooth stains, chips, odd spaces, etc. To learn how to achieve the smile of your dreams, contact your Fresno dentists by calling Fresno Dental Studio at (559) 297-1800. Located in the 93720 area, we proudly serve patients from Fresno, Clovis, Mendota, Orange Cove, Reedley, Selma, and the surrounding areas.

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