A smile restoration not only improves the function of your teeth, but it also has the potential to improve your self-confidence every time you smile. Smile restorations require technical expertise and an aesthetic eye, which is exactly what you’ll find at the Horizon Family Dental Care offices in Baltimore, Clinton, and Hanover, Maryland. If you need to replace missing teeth, fix broken teeth, or restore your oral health to its optimal form and function, the top-notch team of cosmetic and general dentists customizes a treatment plan just for you. Call or book online, today.
Smile Restoration Q & A
What is a Smile Restoration?
A smile restoration — also known as a full mouth reconstruction, or smile makeover — is a way to revamp your smile in both form and function. A smile restoration improves the appearance of your teeth, but can also help maintain or improve your oral health.
The technically skilled dental team at Horizon Family Dental Care customizes a restorative treatment plan based on your individual needs. The goal is to combine the latest techniques and available dental treatments, so you get an aesthetically pleasing smile that is healthy, too.
What Types of Dental Restorations Do You Offer?
If you’re in need of a smile makeover, your dental team may recommend any combination of the following.
- Dental implants to replace missing teeth
- Veneers to enhance the shape, color, and size of your teeth
- Crowns and bridges to replace or strengthen teeth
- Composite bonding to fill a cavity or repair a chipped tooth
- Teeth whitening for a brighter smile
- Inlays and onlays to repair teeth
- Invisalign® clear aligners to correct crowding, spacing, and crooked teeth
Any dental procedure that can restore your mouth by replacing missing teeth, treating areas of decay, and helping you eat and talk more naturally, may be part of your total smile restoration.
When Would I Need a Smile Restoration?
People get smile restorations for a variety of reasons. At Horizon Family Dental Care, your oral health is one of the top priorities, along with your comfort. You may need a smile restoration to replace older, outdated dental work. Or, perhaps you suffered a trauma and need to replace missing teeth or repair fractured ones.
Other reasons you may want a smile restoration is to improve the overall appearance of your smile or to relieve dental pain and discomfort. Maybe you’ve had crooked teeth all your life, and you just want to feel good about smiling instead of self-conscious. Smile restorations are an ideal solution for a variety of dental concerns.
Are you a good candidate for a smile restoration? Find out today by calling Horizon Family Dental Care or request the next available appointment with the online booking tool.