Some patients require a variety of treatments from their Kemptville general dentist to achieve the results they’re looking for, particularly if more than one, or even all of the patient’s teeth require some form of attention. This can happen as a result of a variety of factors. Most commonly, the patient has been either neglectful towards their teeth, or has been using improper oral hygiene technique for an extended period of time.
For individuals who suffer from stained, damaged, decayed or missing teeth, speaking, eating, or even smiling can become difficult and uncomfortable. Poor oral hygiene or improper dentistry are some of the common factors that can cause patients to seek restorative dental treatments to restore their smiles to full health. Your Kemptville dentist at our conveniently located practice can determine if a full mouth restoration is an appropriate course of action to improve the overall health of your mouth and teeth, while improving the aesthetics of your smile.
Don’t let yourself feel overwhelmed by what you perceive to be an insurmountable number of treatments you may require. Full mouth restoration is a course of action that will help you to address multiple problems in one consultation, and subsequent treatment visits, without having to take care of them piecemeal.
Your dentists at Kemptville smiles use a wide assortment of restorative and cosmetic dental treatments to improve the health of your smile, including:
porcelain inlays / onlays
non-surgical gum therapy
Our treatments are customized to your specific needs and we will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan. All of these services are of course offered on an individual basis, but in some cases, patients want to see more immediate, widespread and dramatic results. In some cases, the solution may be complete or partial dentures. In Kemptville, your first stop for all your dental needs should be Kemptville Smiles.
If you’re serious about improving the health of your smile, contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation. You can reach us by phone or email, or request an appointment online.