Are You Ready for National Smile Day on June 4th?
This Sunday, June 4th is National Smile Day, and all of us here at White and Haines want you to know about the advances in full mouth reconstruction. This year, let us give you a complete smile makeover and help you feel confident about your teeth again. Whether you suffer from tooth loss due to gum disease, extensive decay or injury, we can help you regain your smile, your oral health and your confidence.
We’re Here to Help Every Step of the Way
During your initial consultation, our dentists will determine the best course of treatment for your full mouth restoration. We offer a variety of procedures depending on the severity of each case, from surface whitening through bone grafting. Our doctors will also assess the health of your teeth and gums, addressing conditions that may compromise a healthy smile. Common smile makeover procedures include:
- Porcelain veneers
- Gum contouring
- Gum disease treatment
- Crowns and fillings
- Bone grafting
- Dental implants
Every mouth is different; yet, we all strive to have a healthy confident smile. With our expertise, talent and experience, let us help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
The Advantages of Full Mouth Reconstruction
Reconstructive dentistry affects not only the appearance of your mouth, but also your dental health in general. Dental reconstruction can address a variety of oral health conditions, including gum disease, overcrowding, tooth decay and more. After your smile makeover, you’ll leave the office with both a healthier and happier mouth to share with the world.
No Need to Fear the Dentist Anymore
If the sound of a drill makes you even the slightest bit squeamish, you’re not alone. Fortunately, we have many ways to address dental anxiety, including sedation dentistry. Don’t let your fear of the dentist prevent you from achieving the smile you’ve always dreamed. Call our office in Cornelius, NC today for more information on reconstructive dentistry and schedule your next appointment with Dr. White and Dr. Haines today.