“Perfect teeth” means different things to different people, depending on their oral health goals. For example, you may feel that having healthy teeth and gums makes them perfect, while another person may define “perfect teeth” as straight or white teeth. No matter what your definition of “perfect teeth” may be, 181 Dental can help you accomplish your goals.
Oral Health Care
At 181 Dental, your oral health comes first. That’s why we offer biannual cleanings, fillings, crowns, root canals, and dental implants to support all of your oral health needs. While we also offer many cosmetic dentistry services, creating a healthy mouth is the only basis from which to build a beautiful smile.
These are simple, two-step veneers that can resolve a number of cosmetic issues. For example, they can:
- Change the look of discolored teeth
- Restore chipped teeth
- Eliminate annoying gaps or create even spacing
- Align crooked teeth
- Reshape teeth
- Freshen old dental work
- Give you your ideal smile
Veneers are a thin, long-lasting veneer option. Very minimal work to your teeth will need to be done to support veneers – and they generally last more than 20 years. An additional benefit to these ultra-thin veneers is that the procedure is pain-free.
Let’s face it; braces are uncomfortable and annoying. That’s why we offer ClearCorrect; invisible braces that are easy to use and comfortable.
The process for getting ClearCorrect is easy:
- 1st. You get an evaluation to make sure you are a candidate for ClearCorrect braces.
- 2nd. Your dentist will take x-rays and teeth impressions to create an overview of the position of your teeth. We will send these into ClearCorrect to get your custom aligners created.
- 3rd. ClearCorrect will provide a series of aligners which will move your teeth into the proper position over time.
- 4th. You will visit your dentist periodically to get your next set of aligners. Additionally, your dentist will check in on your progress.
ClearCorrect is a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to use traditional metal braces to sort out their overcrowded or crooked teeth. Additionally, they make oral care easy. No threading floss between the wires of your braces needed!
Full Mouth Restoration
A full mouth restoration or reconstruction is a series of personalized treatments required to help a person recover dental health as well as increase cosmetic beauty. There are many scenarios which may require a full mouth restoration. These include:
- Multiple missing teeth
- Teeth with failing fillings or that are beginning to decay
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Badly worn teeth
- Dental problems resulting in jaw pain or headache
- People who were born with conditions like ectodermal dysplasia, amelogenesis, or dentinogenesis imperfecta
The procedure for a full mouth restoration will vary depending on the issues your dentist is working to resolve. However, the first step will always be a complete examination of your teeth, gum tissue, jaw muscles, and temporomandibular joint. Additionally, your dentist will consider the esthetics – or how your teeth look.
Once all of the information has been gathered – from x-rays to teeth impressions – your dentist will come up with a step-by-step plan for full recovery.
Are you considering getting perfect teeth this new year? Contact us today and get your first appointment scheduled.