Most people will tell you that a smile is one of the most important features we can show the world. A majority of these people might even tell you that they wished they could improve upon their own smile. However, the most beautiful smiles have at their foundation a good bite function, which is the beginning of your dream smile.
While wear and tear, or an accident, may cause your teeth to chip, crack, break, or even fall out, Dr. Whitmore and his team can get your smile and bite back to where it should be through a number of different restorative procedures. However, the first goal is to make sure your bite function has been corrected. After that, Dr. Whitmore can improve the aesthetic virtues of your smile through a combination of science, technology, and artistry. Contact Whitmore Dental in Plano, Texas to request a consultation today.
Restoring your bite function is an important first step to having a winning smile. It is for this reason we recommend setting up a consultation with Dr. Whitmore to see what your options are. Dental restoration options include:
- Dental bonding
- Dental implants
- Inlays and onlays
- Porcelain veneers
Broken or cracked teeth can do more than mar your smile; they can keep you from eating or speaking well. Missing teeth can cause all of your remaining teeth to shift out of position (as well as keep you eating or speaking well). A misaligned, or bad, bite function can cause chronic mouth or jaw pain, which can keep you from doing the things you need to do to stay healthy – including brushing and flossing regularly. This can lead to gum disease, something affecting nearly 50% of Americans.
If you have any of these dental issues, Dr. Whitmore and his team will first address them to get you back to your optimum oral health by correcting your bite. Once that has been accomplished, it could be as simple as a bonded composite procedure, or a bonded porcelain procedure, to give you a smile to last a lifetime. Good bite function leads to restoring beauty.
Restorative dentistry is one way to give you back your smile and your bite function. Contact Janet or Rachel at Whitmore Dental to arrange a consultation by calling Whitmore Dental at 877-779-4486. We are conveniently located at 5932 West Parker Road, Suite 600, Plano, TX 75093.