Do you think there’s something wrong with your smile or even your mouth, but you aren’t sure what it is? Over the years, Dr. Mobasser has been able to help people with their oral health in so many ways. For many, that’s to improve their smile, to make it look so great and so bright, it sends their self-confidence right through the roof. By that same token, Dr. Mobasser has improved folks’ oral health, too, fixing problems and heading off others before they worsen. One way he’s able to do that: the best full mouth reconstruction in Los Angeles.
What Full Mouth Reconstruction Consists Of
Another word for “reconstruction” in this context is “rehabilitation.” The idea behind it is to use many different dental modalities to improve a person’s oral health. Creating the best, most balanced as well as comfortable relationship between your jaws, gums, teeth, chewing muscles, and much more. Improving your mouth’s function in conjunction with the restoration of your cosmetic teeth – those are just some of the benefits of full mouth reconstruction. Really, it’s about Dr. Mobasser doing what’s necessary to help his patients as much as possible.
Who Needs Full Mouth Reconstruction in Los Angeles
When someone reaches out to Dr. Mobasser, he sits down with them to figure out what treatment is right for them. Many who have ultimately required full mouth reconstruction have cracked, uneven, or just worn-out teeth, or sometimes they have an impaired and deeply-flawed chewing ability. When your teeth shift, whether they’re protruding outward or otherwise, or just shifting apart from each other, making your entire mouth that much more sensitive. Sometimes, full mouth reconstruction can help with soreness in the neck or jaw, even cutting down on migraine headaches in some circumstances.
What’s Involved and How Long It Takes
Dr. Mobasser uses any and all of his techniques and experiences to make sure that a full mouth reconstruction goes smoothly. That means that it could include veneer onlays, dental implants, crowns, dental bonding, and, of course, plenty of dental veneers. By that same token, while this is an involved procedure, it may not take all that long. For example, first, the patient gets a thorough evaluation as well as a diagnosis, and from there, Dr. Mobasser can complete the procedure in as few as three or four visits. Many full mouth reconstruction patients have seen success in just one month.
A Doctor and an Artisan
Something like a “full mouth reconstruction” can sound like a procedure that’s just science, but to be done right, it also provides plenty of art, too. For Dr. Mobasser makes your mouth look as great as it can, to give you the smile that you should, he uses the eyes and hands of an artist, too. That said, for many patients, there’s another procedure that might be more appropriate than full mouth reconstruction. To see what’s right for you, you can reach Dr. Mobasser at (310) 550-0383.