Maintaining and preserving our patients’ smiles with high quality dental care is of the utmost importance to us at Williamsburg Smile Design.
Sometimes that means repairing or restoring a tooth in order to protect and maintain optimum oral health.
Many of our patients come to us with teeth that have already been lost to disease or trauma. The good news is we can help restore their smiles, even when they have lost all of their teeth, with restorative dentistry options.
When you lose teeth, it can hurt your self-confidence. You may not smile as often as you used to, and it may cause some people to shy away from social situations. Not only is your smile affected, lost teeth can also change the structure of your face, making you look older than you are.
With restorative dentistry, we can help you look like yourself again and bring back that beautiful smile.
Why Should I Replace My Missing Tooth?
Retaining your natural teeth is always the best option. Once you begin to lose teeth, you can face many additional oral and overall health issues. Lost teeth allow space in your jaw for your other teeth to shift. It can also result in bone loss, plus increase the risk of gum disease and other health issues.
The solution is to replace these teeth so that you do not suffer from any more oral issues and restoring your confidence with a complete, beautiful smile.
What Options Do I Have for Replacing Missing Teeth?
At Williamsburg Smile Design, we want all our patients to feel great about their smile. With restorative dentistry, we can replace missing teeth and give our patients a reason to smile again.
We offer the following restorative dentistry options:
- Dental Implants
- Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Both dentures and dental implants can replace missing teeth and help keep existing teeth in place. Once teeth are restored, so is the ability to eat the foods you love to stay healthy and to smile with confidence again. There are many health reasons to use dentures or dental implants; however, for many of our patients, esthetics is one of the main reasons they seek our help.
Full mouth rehabilitation typically uses a combination of restorative treatments to restore function and esthetics to a smile that has been compromised. It can often be done in phases to better accommodate your schedule and budget.
Learn What’s Possible for Your Smile
Are you ready to learn more about the possibilities for your smile?
Give Williamsburg Smile Design a call today to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists and learn more about restorative dentistry. Together, we’ll create a treatment plan that helps you meet your goals and gives you back the smile you lost.