Dental Reconstruction in Beverly Hills

Dental Reconstruction in Beverly Hills Assistance

At first glance, “dental reconstruction” sounds kind of scary. It’s as if someone removes your mouth and then an entire construction team comes in to give you a new one. That’s not exactly how it works. At Dr. Mobasser’s practice, a trained, expert professional gives you the smile that you’ve always wanted. Oral health is tightly related to the health of the rest of your body. So, when your mouth is at its best, that allows your body to be healthier, too. There are many different ways that dental reconstruction in Beverly Hills from Dr. Mobasser could help. In this blog, we’ll go over some of the reasons that you might want this procedure and problems it can help with.

Necessity of Dental Reconstruction in Beverly Hills

No one likes having crooked teeth. No matter how much you believe in yourself or self confidence that you have, when your teeth are crooked it’s always in the back of your mind. Dr. Mobasser can use dental reconstruction to give you teeth that harmonize with the rest of your mouth. They’ll be straight, even and uniform. You won’t have to worry that people notice your crooked teeth. Instead, you can enjoy the warm feeling of knowing that they’re staring at your beautiful smile. Dr. Mobasser works with a great endodontist who can help make your teeth straighter than ever.

Yellow Teeth Made Bright, White

With as many “tooth whitening” toothpastes on the market today, yellow teeth are a problem for so many people. No matter how much you brush and brush, it can be hard to make your teeth any whiter than they are right now. Dental reconstruction from Dr. Mobasser can help with discolored yellow teeth for people with a wide smile. Many patients who have had a successful dental reconstruction from Dr. Mobasser show a lot of teeth when they smile, due entirely to their bone and lip structure. By that same token, they don’t like the color. During this procedure, that can be taken care of.

Dental Reconstruction in Beverly Hills

Saying Goodbye to Decay and Cavities

Advanced cavities, severe decay – these are problems that could necessitate dental reconstruction. When you have decays on multiple teeth, it can shift the balance of your teeth. That may not sound like a bit deal, but that severely damages the original structure of your teeth. In turn, that weakens the vitality of your teeth, too. Unfortunately, this can lead to a domino effect. By weakening that vitality, it the nerves of your teeth are also weakened. That shift in balance can affect the bone, which causes an imbalanced bite, and the problems can escalate from there. Imbalanced bite forces can lead to occlusion and worse. These are all problems that a dental reconstruction can handle.

Neuro Muscular Disorders

Does it hurt when you chew? When you eat food, does your mouth hurt for seemingly no reason? This kind of jaw pain could be a result of TMJ, TMD or other neuro muscular disorders. You shouldn’t have to suffer through jaw pain. When your jaw hurts while you eat, that lessens your entire quality of life. It’s one thing to lack self confidence because your smile doesn’t look quite as good as it should. It’s something else entirely when it’s physically painful to eat. If you’re suffering for this, you’re a great candidate to for dental reconstruction.

As mentioned previously and in other blogs, oral health can lead to the rest of your body being healthier. By that same token, if other parts of your body are unhealthy, it can lead to problems for your oral health, as well. For example, people who are dealing with or who have conquered bulimia and anorexia may benefit strongly from dental reconstruction. These behaviors can cause a steep loss of enamel. Enamel is the powerful, sturdy outer layer of your teeth. That can be worn down quite quickly through bulimia and anorexia, due to the teeth coming into contact with high acidity. This damages your teeth quite a bit. So, dental reconstruction can make your teeth stronger here by fixing this damaged structure with strong porcelain.

In addition to all of these reasons for dental reconstruction, you may just be getting older. For some people, as they age, their tooth structure needs to be improved. That’s what this procedure can do. Of course, it’s important to be note that these are just a few of the reasons that someone might want to have dental reconstruction. There are many others. When you come in to see Dr. Mobasser, we’ll go over your dental history with you as well as what you want to accomplish. You can schedule a free consultation today. It’s easy: just send us a message through our site or give us a call at (310) 550-0383.