If your child suffers from major dental pains or is missing many of his or her teeth, you may want to ask the dentist about a full mouth dental restoration.
A full mouth dental restoration is a serious and complicated series of procedures, but it can improve a child’s dental health and confidence in his or her smile. Call Kool Smiles today to find the help your child needs.
Full mouth dental restoration is the process of rebuilding both the upper and lower rows of teeth and can include procedures like crowns, veneers, and dental bridges.
If your child is suffering from multiple damaged or chipped teeth, or your child’s teeth are crowded, then a full mouth restoration may be necessary to repair and improve your child’s smile.
Dentists may only recommend full mouth dental restoration procedures for your child if he or she is showing any of the following symptoms:
Fixing your child’s oral health issues is a step towards a brighter future. After undergoing full mouth dental restoration, your child will likely have healthier teeth and gums. Additionally, your child’s ability to chew and speak will likely improve.
Advanced reconstructions like full mouth dental restorations can be expensive, but at Kool Smiles, we offer affordable and high quality care for our patients.
We have more than 120 locations in 15 states and Washington, D.C., and we accept Medicaid and TRICARE at every one. We also accept other government funded insurance programs, most major insurances, cash or credit, and CareCredit.
Call Kool Smiles today with any questions about full mouth dental restoration or to schedule an appointment. We’re always accepting new patients.
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