Our offices in Midland & Collingwood, ON can go over your options with you and help you determine if a full mouth restoration is the right course of action.
Missing several teeth may make you shy away from smiling altogether because you feel self-conscious about the way your smile looks. If you would like to restore your smile and regain confidence, at Georgian Shores Dental Centre, we are here to help. Our offices in Midland and Collingwood , Ontario can go over your options with you and help you determine if a full mouth restoration is the right course of action.
During any full mouth restoration, several cosmetic and restorative procedures are performed. While the restoration process is completely customized to your individual needs, its primary purpose is to change the way your smile looks for the better. It is also designed to improve the way your teeth function so that additional dental problems are prevented.
When you first come into our office, we will start off the full mouth restoration process by an examination, consulting with you and going over your goals. Then, we will carefully craft a restoration plan that accounts for your past dental history, your current oral health, and what you want to get out of the restoration process. We offer a variety of restorative and cosmetic procedures, so we are confident we can help you transform your smile for the better.
Contact us at Georgian Shores Dental Centre today to find out what the full mouth restoration process involves. Remember, we are always more than happy to provide you with further information and to answer any questions you might have.
FAQs About Full Mouth Restoration
At Georgian Shores Dental Centre, serving Midland & Collingwood, Ontario, we offer a variety of dental solutions so we can get you the smile and improved oral health you deserve. If you should need something more than ongoing preventative care, you can trust us to walk you through the available solutions for a full mouth restoration. We take the time to address all your questions and provide you with key information that you need to make an informed decision about your dental care. Here are three of the common questions we get asked about full mouth restoration.