Restoring your smile with an appropriate dental prosthetic or multiple prosthetics can be beneficial to your overall well-being. Depending on your smile’s needs, there are several options that can best restore your mouth to top health. A bridge can be used to restore the loss of one or more consecutive teeth. A crown can cap a vulnerable tooth or work with a dental implant to replace a missing tooth altogether. Full or partial dentures can be used to restore multiple missing teeth to give you back your full smile. The use of prosthetics in your smile can restore your abilities to use your mouth for daily function. It can also restore your appearance and your confidence in your appearance. Restoring your smile can also help protect the natural teeth that you have left.
If you have ever experienced a broken tooth or even a severe cavity, you know the toll that it can take on your mouth’s abilities. Perhaps you found yourself avoiding chewing or even speaking. If you have lost a tooth, maybe you avoid chewing on the side of the mouth with the loss. Restoring a tooth or multiple teeth give you back your mouth’s functionality.
Having a missing tooth in a part of your smile that is noticeable to others may make you feel insecure. Insecurities can have a negative impact on your overall being by making you feel more stressed and less sociable. A dental prosthetic can look very natural and lifelike so that your smile can return to one that makes you feel confident.
Losing a tooth can cause the teeth that surround it to shift. This can have a domino effect on the rest of your smile. Replacing the roots of your tooth with a dental implant can provide important stimulation to your jawbone that can help keep the bone density at a healthy level. A strong bone is a healthy foundation for the rest of your smile.
Dr. Carmona’s passion for prosthodontics can benefit your smile. To schedule a consultation at Austin Prosthodontics, call 512-250-9444. We also proudly welcome patients from Cedar Park, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Leander, and all surrounding Texas communities.