Smile Reconstructions With Sedation
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Need a smile reconstruction because of an accident, injury, or illness? If you find you need a partial or even a complete smile reconstruction, sedation dentistry can make the dental treatments easier than you’d think! The restorative options available with today’s dentistry techniques will certainly surprise you.
Creating a smile reconstruction typically involves a series of dental appointments, which can sometimes take longer than average. Sedation dentistry can make the time pass by more quickly and/or help ease your anxiety about dental treatment. With the sedation options we offer, such as IV sedation, you can wake up to a new smile!
We offer three types of sedation dentistry, and in a free dental consultation, we can discuss which one would be the best fit for you:
•IV sedation (general anesthesia)
•Oral sedation (also known as conscious sedation or sleep dentistry)
•Nitrous oxide (more commonly known as laughing gas)
Below are some of the circumstances that can lead to a need for a partial or full mouth reconstruction.
Accidents: Car accidents, bike accidents, motorcycle accidents, and ski accidents are some of the major causes of tooth damage or loss. If you take a hard blow to the mouth, it can cause short-term and long-term damage to your teeth and gums. Oftentimes, the cost for dental work caused by an auto, truck, or motorcycle accident is covered by an auto insurance policy.
Injury: Workplace injury, domestic violence, bar fights, trips and falls…all of these can lead to damage to the mouth, which we can repair – restoring your smile, and most likely even improving it in the process.
Illness: Chronic diseases or illnesses can take a toll on your dental health as well, as can some of the medications prescribed to treat them.
If you should have any questions about a smile reconstruction or would like to schedule your free consultation, call or send an e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.