March 23, 2015
As we age and the years pass, our teeth and gums often succumb to common oral health concerns, including tooth decay, injury, TMJ disorder, and periodontal disease. When a patient is afflicted with a number of dental problems simultaneously, full-mouth reconstruction may prove the best restorative option. At Cosmetic Dentistry Associates in Pomona, NY, Drs. Auster, Tesser, and Tang offer a comprehensive range of restorative dentistry options, including full-mouth reconstruction.
Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Pomona, NY
Before planning your full-mouth reconstruction, our team will carefully assess your unique needs as well as your oral health history. We’ll take the time to sit down and talk with you about your goals and expectations for treatment, working with you as your trusted partners throughout the duration of your plan.
Full-mouth reconstruction may incorporate one or more of the following restorative services:
- Periodontal therapy
- Neuromuscular dentistry
- Porcelain veneers
- Cosmetic bonding and resin restorations
- The placement of crowns and/or bridges
- Dental implants
Following full-mouth reconstruction, patients frequently report feeling more confident, open, and outgoing. They enjoy a full diet of healthy, delicious foods and find that their self-esteem is drastically improved. Whereas their pain once limited their activities on a daily basis, full-mouth reconstruction gave them their life back. We can do the same for you.
Reserve Your Appointment Today
If you are suffering from poor oral health and you’re ready to see what our advanced technology can do for your smile, please don’t hesitate to contact us today to schedule your visit. Our team genuinely looks forward to helping you achieve and maintain optimal oral health and a beautiful smile you’ll feel proud to share with the world. Conveniently located in Pomona, NY, Cosmetic Dentistry Associates warmly welcomes patients from throughout the surrounding areas, including Suffern, New City, Northern New Jersey, and more.
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