Michigan general, restorative, cosmetic, and sleep dentist Dr. James Stewart recently received the following letter from a former patient.
“Dr. Dr Stewart,
Thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak with me, helping me with my dental concerns. Although I’ve been away from the Detroit Metro area for 5 years, it’s comforting to know that I can always depend on my wonderful Dr. Stewart for guidance in my dental needs…
All dentists agree that YOUR work on me (total restoration) is, by far, the best they have ever seen! My teeth are absolutely beautiful and I’m so proud of my lovely smile—thanks to MY Dr. Stewart.
With gratitude and appreciation,
As stated above, Patricia received total dental restoration services from Dr. Stewart and our team. To put it simply, total restoration means that any missing or unsalvageable teeth are replaced with dental implants, a dental bridge, a partial, or a denture, and any other restorative, general, or cosmetic dental procedures that are needed are also applied.
Before Dr. Stewart can begin rebuilding your smile, he will first address any underlying dental health conditions. For many patients needing full-mouth restoration, their failing oral health is often to blame for the poor state of their teeth. By treating these dental health problems, most commonly severe tooth decay and gum disease, your restorations will be set on a strong, healthy foundation.
The procedure for full-mouth restoration is different for every patient, depending on their level of health and dental needs. In general, however, total restoration is a comprehensive series of treatments and procedures to fully rejuvenate the health, appearance, and function of your smile, and it’s necessary that Dr. Stewart partners with you to select the treatments that will deliver the results you deserve.
Just take a look at the before and after pictures of Patricia’s total restoration. Her previous dental work is obvious in the before picture (see the darkness at her gum line?) and her teeth look bulky, discolored, and unnatural. The after picture looks like an entirely different smile!
While the process took time and patience to complete, Patricia is completely in love with her new smile, and she owes it all to Dr. Stewart and his restorative dental work.
Restoring Your Own Smile
Are you tired of looking in the mirror and seeing the decaying, dysfunctional smile staring back at you? If so, you may feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin to get the dental treatment you need and deserve. Dr. Stewart is an expert at full-mouth rehabilitation, which means that he fully understands how your oral structures and oral health work together to maintain a healthy and working mechanism.
If you’re ready to overcome your dental problems, call Dr. Stewart’s dentist office, located in Livonia, Michigan, at (734) 425-4400.