What oral rehabilitation (mouth restoration) methods are available? There are quite a few, depending upon the problem and the extent of the damage. The techniques differ in terms of both their implementation and the materials that are used.
The root is the lower part of the tooth. It goes down to the jawbone and is concealed inside of the gums. Inside the root are root “canals,” located beneath both the root’s enamel coating and the dentin layer under it.
Sometimes, as an introductory step before mouth restoration techniques such as insertion of a dental implant, plastic surgery is needed on the jawbone, to refurbish and strengthen the bone.
Most visible defects in teeth, whether the blemish is genetic or acquired, can be covered up by aesthetic porcelain veneers. The veneers conceal the blemishes and restore a beautiful and healthy smile.
If you have lost some of your teeth, and as a result you cannot chew as well as before, and your smile has suffered, too, dental implants are the most convenient and safe method of mouth restoration and replacement of missing teeth.