Is a Complete Mouth Rehabilitation Right for You?
We see smile woes of all shapes and sizes here at Overmeyer Family Dental. We see and treat each of these problems, but we wonder how many more are out there? Which Orlando residents are staying away from the dental office because they are afraid that their teeth just can’t be helped?
First, let’s begin by making one thing clear: your teeth can be helped! There is no case that has gone too far or too long to get help, so if that is your concern, don’t let it take another day away from you!
Second, we WANT to help. This isn’t us saying we can help anyone, but we don’t really want to. This is us saying that we know you are in pain, we know that you are embarrassed, we know that your smile is ruining your life, and we WANT to help you get your smile back.
In cases like yours, we do that through a procedure called Complete Mouth Rehabilitation. As the name insinuates, we will heal and transform your entire mouth into something that you can be proud of.
What is a Complete Mouth Rehabilitation?
Complete Mouth Rehabilitation is a process where we take your broken, unhealthy mouth and transform it into something that is healthy and beautiful to look at. It is a process. We cannot sit down in one procedure and accomplish an entire rehabilitation. You’ll be coming in for different procedures over the next few months, but the end result is magnificent.
Can I Really Benefit?
Some patients aren’t sure if Complete Mouth Rehabilitation is for them. After all, you’ve been living with that smile for decades. Why change now? Well, you could argue that for the rest of your life, but we have some things for you think about below.
Research has shown, time and again, that the health of your mouth has a direct impact on the health of your body. Poor gum health, for example, is linked to heart disease, diabetes, cancer, problems with birth, etc. The state of your mouth is impacting your overall health, and it’s time to take care of that!
Your teeth aren’t supposed to be painful! If you can’t chew your favorite foods, enjoy your favorite meal, or take a bite when your grandchild offers to share his snack with you, you need rehabilitation! This pain isn’t something you need to live with, and it can also impact your health if you aren’t able to maintain a balanced diet due to your teeth!
An unhealthy, broken, or damaged smile causes embarrassment. Whether you want to admit it or not, if you are hiding your smile when you meet new people, keeping your lips closed when you take a picture, or avoid opening your mouth entirely out of embarrassment, it is DEFINITELY time to consider Complete Mouth Rehabilitation.
Addressing the Health Concerns First
Our primary concern for your mouth is that it is not healthy. Gum disease and decay are common ailments in smiles that requires Complete Mouth Rehabilitation. We need to take care of those issues before we do anything else. With procedures like LANAP (laser gum therapy) at our fingertips, we can take care of those health concerns quickly and efficiently.
Once your mouth is healthy again, you WILL be feeling better! It’s amazing what a clean mouth can do to your confidence and happiness. Then, it’s time to move on to the next step.
Adding Cosmetic Enhancements Later
Once your teeth are healthy again, we can discuss cosmetic enhancements. This might mean replacing teeth, adding veneers to cover damaged teeth, doing some sort of orthodontic treatment to straighten teeth, or using implants to restore your entire smile.
This is the step that really shows the transformation. You won’t be able to stop smiling when your Complete Mouth Rehabilitation is finished, and that’s exactly as it should be!
Begin with a Consultation Today!
Do you think a Complete Mouth Rehabilitation could be right for you? The entire process begins with a consultation. You can walk into our judgment-free office and find out what your options are without any lectures, embarrassing looks, or discomfort. Just come find out what we can offer!
Contact us today to set up your appointment or consultation. We would love to see you and your smile very soon!