Cosmetic, Full-Mouth Restoration Dentistry in Massapequa

August 10, 2009

crown-picTime can be unkind to smiles. Teeth may break, chip, and wear unevenly. Dental disease and decay can wreak havoc on oral health and destroy a beautiful smile. At our progressive Massapequa dental office, Drs. Dory and Khalida Stutman rebuild teeth from the foundation upward, so you can reclaim a strong, healthy smile.

Will a custom plan for full-mouth restoration, your smile can look and feel sensational. Relying on thier advanced training in cosmetic and restorative training, our dentists use proven therapies, state-of-the-art technology, and the finest dental materials to restore oral comfort, function, health, and appearance. This means that your mouth will feel as good as it looks, deliver lasting satisfaction, and give you a reason to smile!

You’ll receive a comprehensive evaluation of your dental needs at our comfortable and well-appointed Massapequa office. The dentist will assess your teeth, gums, bite, and jaw function to identify areas of concern and precisely plan your treatments. We’ll want to know your goals for your smile, as well as any concerns you have about undergoing dental work. If you’re an anxious patient, your DOCS-certified dentists can administer soothing sedation to make your full-mouth restoration pleasant and stress-free.

Your plan to regain a beautiful smile and whole-mouth harmony may include:

Restoring your smile can make you look younger, feel better about yourself, and decrease your risk of developing serious health complications. We can phase your treatments to fit your schedule as well as your budget, and our office offer attractive financing options, including CareCredit, to make quality dental care affordable and accessible.

Patients from across New York state visit South Shore Dental Care for exceptional dentistry performed with precision and attention to detail. Call today to schedule your consultation and discover how full-mouth restoration can renew your smile and your life!

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