Improve Your Oral Health with Full Mouth Reconstruction in Dallas at Inwood Village

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As you age, it is normal to expect your teeth and gums to become damaged to a certain extent. However, when this occurs prematurely, it can significantly decrease your oral health and quality of life. The health and function of your teeth are vital for your ability to eat and speak correctly. Not to mention, some dental problems can impact your overall health as well. When you have a damaged smile, your confidence quickly decreases along with your dental health. You can restore the health and function of your teeth and gums with full mouth reconstruction in Dallas. As a high-skilled dentist, Dr. Brownlee will help you love your smile again by restoring your oral health.

Benefit from Full Mouth Reconstruction

Often, when people think of full mouth reconstruction, they can confuse the process with a smile makeover. A smile makeover mainly focuses on the appearance of the teeth, which can improve some oral functions and dental health. Rehabilitation of the mouth mainly focuses on restoring the health of the teeth and gums. It involves a combination of treatments for underlying functional issues and diseases. By doing so, your oral health is restored while also improving the aesthetics of your smile. When the teeth and gums have suffered from significant damage, such as due to tooth decay, gum disease, or badly worn teeth from bruxism, your oral health drastically decreases. If the underlying factors are not addresses and resolved, the damage will continue. In order to treat the underlying issues, it can involve extensive restoration of the teeth. Several procedures can be used to rebuild and restore the health and function of the teeth. A comprehensive evaluation is performed to create a treatment plan that caters to your individual needs. Depending on your specific needs, your treatment plan can include various aspects. For example, if you have significant damage from advanced gum disease, your treatment may include periodontal therapy, gum grafting, and tooth replacement for severely damaged teeth. If you have a damaged smile due to extensive tooth decay, you may require dental crowns to restore the function of your natural teeth. In some cases, extractions may be necessary, at which point, you will need a solution to treat your tooth loss, such as dental implants. No matter the extent of the damage, Dr. Brownlee offers the high-quality services you need to rehabilitate your dental health. While working to restore the health and function of your teeth and gums, he also keeps the final appearance of your smile a top focus. You will benefit from effective results to restore dental health while ensuring you love the appearance of your new smile.

About the Author

Dr. Davina Prida earned her degree at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, where she graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS). She is a member of the Dallas County Dental Society, Texas Dental Association, American Dental Association, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Prida is also a member of the Texas Army National Guard. One of her main focuses is creating beautiful Smiles. She ia a Top Dallas Dentist Providing High Quality Dental Care, General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, and Reconstructive Dentistry. Dr Davina Prida is fulfilling her vision of bringing the very best in cosmetic dentistry, reconstructive dentistry and general dentistry to Dallas at Inwood Village Dental. Dr. Prida’s approach of dental excellence and her use of advanced techniques, create the most natural, beautiful smiles possible. Dr. Prida is Dallas’ top cosmetic dentist, creating amazing smile makeovers with veneers, dental implants, dental crowns and bridges and Invisalign®. If you have questions about your dental treatment or dental care options, don’t hesitate to contact her at Inwood Village Dental or at (214) 352-2777.

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