Dr. Mobasser truly is a “celebrity dentist,” which is to say that he’s a dentist who often has a lot of clients who are celebrities. They’re the kinds of people that you might recognize from movies, TV shows, professional sports and the like. However, not everyone that comes to Dr. Mobasser is a celebrity. Many of them are regular people who need the work of a cosmetic dentist in Los Angeles. See, there are reasons to come to a cosmetic dentist that don’t just include trying to look your best for the next audition. In this blog, we’ll go over some reasons that someone might come to Dr. Mobasser for a full mouth reconstruction or other type of procedure.
The Necessity of a Cosmetic Dentist in Los Angeles
People don’t realize how complex their mouths are. There are so many moving parts in your mouth, so that much that goes into making sure that your mouth is working its best, that it’s easy to lose track of. However, when something goes wrong with your mouth, when something isn’t working as well as it should, this can be a significant detriment to your quality of life. Should something go wrong with your mouth, or something not function as well as you’d like it to, you don’t have to wait around and hope. Dr. Mobasser can fix that; can reconstruct your mouth so that you don’t have to worry about your mouth anymore.
Healthy Mouth Benefits
We’re only ever really aware of our mouths it seems when something goes wrong, or doesn’t work as we would hope. Have you ever noticed that it’s harder to chew than it was before? This can be a sign that your bite may have become unbalanced or otherwise weakened. If chewing is a more difficult act than it was in the past, or if it hurts in a way it didn’t before, then you might have a bite that needs further balancing. Another sign of this could be that your mouth is more sensitive than ever before. When you have mouth pain, you’ll know it. Instead of trying to deal with the pain or “block it out,” Dr. Mobasser can clear that right up for you.
When people hear about “Lumineers” or “veneers” or all that kind of thing, they may think that these are just to make your teeth brighter and look better if you’re just trying to look better cosmetically or something. However, you don’t have to be trying to make it in show business to want to have teeth that look great. So many of Dr. Mobasser’s patients aren’t movie stars, but rather people who have teeth that have become uneven. Or alternately, they have teeth that have developed cracks or are simply worn out. They don’t want to have bright teeth for the Academy Awards; they want to have whiter teeth for when they see their family at the holidays. Dr. Mobasser can help all different kinds of people.
Mind the Gap
A gap between one’s teeth is no laughing matter. First off, it can lessen your confidence, as you might think you don’t look as great as you’d like to. Secondly, getting food caught between your teeth can go all the way from “annoying” to “potentially a health problem.” Over time, teeth can shift and move. This isn’t always a good thing for your body. When it happens to you and opens gaps between your teeth, this can affect your life negatively in a variety of ways. Dr. Mobasser can perform the kind of mouth reconstruction that put your teeth back where they’re supposed to be. That way, you can go back to worrying about anything other than your teeth and how they look.
Many times, when people’s teeth move, it doesn’t just create gaps – your teeth can move forward, too. It can be genuinely jarring (and not in a good way) to wake up one day and discover that your teeth now flare out, protruding forward in a way you’ve never experienced before in your life. Over time, this (and other maladjustments of the mouth) can cause pain in your jaw and neck. In fact, over the years, Dr. Mobasser has seen so many different patients that report migraine headaches from problems that originated in their mouths. That’s the last thing you want to deal with.
If you’re suffering from any of the ailments and concerns listed above, then it’s worth reaching out to Dr. Mobasser. When you meet the doctor, he’ll sit down with you and go over what’s going on with your mouth. From there, he’ll figure out the best way to move forward so that you don’t have to worry anymore. For more, call (310) 550-0383 or head to our site.