Doctor Mark S. Morris understands how hopeless it can feel when you are suffering from severe tooth loss, damage, pain, discoloration and worn, broken teeth. Not only is it embarrassing to talk or smile around other people, but even the simplest, most enjoyable activities like eating can become difficult and uncomfortable. Here at Merrimack Smiles, our dedicated team strongly believes that it is never too late to regain the full, esthetic, healthy, confident smile you deserve.
What to expect for your Complete Dental and Smile Transformation
Once you arrive for your first appointment, Dr. Morris will first carry out a consultation and a comprehensive evaluation of you and your oral health to obtain all pertinent information. We will take impressions and pictures as needed so we can prepare for a follow-up presentation to present all options according to your needs and desires. Pictures are used for diagnostic and educations purposes while the impressions allow us to create what we call articulated models. The articulated models are a perfect replication of your mouth so we can ensure all options provided are going to be not only esthetically pleasing but functional and stable as well. Once you pick the customized plan you think is best for you, we can create the ideal arrangement of services for restoring your smile. depending on your unique needs. We will also be sure to work with you so that we can carry out this plan of action according to your schedule and timetable. Whatever the reason is for your damaged mouth and teeth, there is no need to feel embarrassed, we are here to help give you a smile you can be confident and proud to show off to everyone. Additionally, our team members will work with you so that you can learn the ideal methods for taking care of your newly improved smile to ensure your investment lasts for years to come.
Dr. Morris can help with any instance of teeth damage or decay. These problems could include:
- Lost or missing teeth
- Infected, painful teeth
- Cracked teeth
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Worn down teeth
- Teeth that are overly crowded or misaligned
- Diseased gums (Gingivitis and/or Periodontal disease)
- Significant tooth decay (cavity or cavities)
- Poor bite
- Discomfort in the jaw