Will A Full Mouth Restoration Make Me Look Younger?

This is an excellent question. Dentistry has become more than just a corrective practice, it’s also cosmetic. If you are going through the evaluation, and treatment of a full mouth restoration, then you want your time and money to produce more than the restorative benefit.

Cracked, chipped and discolored teeth do tend to age the face, so by receiving a full mouth restoration from Chelsea Dental Aesthetics you can be looking more youthful by the time the treatment is done!

Think for a moment about the celebrities you see in the magazines and thing “Goodness, she is 40?!” Typically, it’s because they have few fine lines and a bright white smile. If you are unhappy with your smile and want to look younger, then a full mouth restoration, if right for you, will certainly get you there!


In order to first self-evaluate if you are a good candidate for a full mouth restoration, you might want to know some of the things a full mouth restoration can fix. If you are suffering from one or more of the following, then you may be a good candidate:

While it is nice to know for yourself that a full mouth restoration is most likely going to be the best option for you, only a consultation with your dentist will tell you. So, if you are thinking about a full mouth restoration, contact Chelsea Dental Aesthetics at 212-243-6081 to schedule an evaluation appointment. Don’t go another day questioning if a full mouth restoration is the best option for you.

Chelsea Dental Aesthetics Comprehensive, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry located in Chelsea, New York, NY

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