Bite Reconstruction & Restorative Dentistry

Work With a Top Rated Ventura Dentist

Today, people are undoubtedly living longer, healthier lives than they did in generations past. This means that our teeth are being put to the test more than ever did before. Whether it's due age, injury, poor dental care, or everyday wear and tear, teeth and gums naturally deteriorate over time.

Our Ventura dentist uses the latest advances in modern dentistry to achieve a balanced bite that improves the patient's health, comfort, and overall aesthetic appearance. Dr. Weitzman's recognitions and accomplishments, include:

  • "Top Dentist" in Ventura County (2012-2013)
  • "Best of Ventura County" in 2011
  • More than 15 years creating some of the best smiles in entertainment.
  • Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentists.

Customized Treatment Plans

In the dental industry, bite refers to "occlusion," which simply means the contact between the teeth as it occurs during chewing or rest. The goal is to first analyze occlusion by using the T-Scan®, which is a diagnostic device that measures the relative biting forces inside the mouth.

Rather than relying on how a patient's bite feels for an occlusal adjustment, the T-Scan enables us to establish a precise treatment plan for each individual patient. Once the occlusion data is collected and analyzed, we create a customized a full mouth reconstruction plan that:

  • Achieve a balanced bite
  • Idealizes the function of the jaw
  • Improves dental health
  • Relieves TMJ symptoms
  • Improves profile
  • Maximizes comfort
  • Creates a beautiful smile

A Beautifully Functioning Smile

A misaligned bite can cause bruxism (teeth grinding), headaches, jaw pain, clenching, and it can wear down your natural teeth. All of these can be corrected with a bite reconstruction that results in a balanced bite that maximizes patient comfort. With a full mouth reconstruction, you can achieve stunning results that last a lifetime and dramatically improve your appearance.

Bite reconstruction addresses:

While a smile makeover is something that one elects to have performed, a bite reconstruction or full mouth reconstruction is something that a patient needs. Smile makeovers and bite reconstructions use many of the same techniques and materials, both of which strive to achieve optimum oral health, and a more youthful appearance.

Call our Ventura dental office today to request a free consultation with Dr. Mark Weitzman.

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