Feeling insecure is strong motivation for personal change. Pain is also a factor.
Typically your mouth isn’t the first place you target for change. But mouth pain or the insecurity caused by missing teeth can certainly get your attention.
Full mouth reconstruction is an option to consider. You’ll feel better about your appearance and improve your oral health at the same time.
Missing teeth are just the beginning
Tooth replacement is a top priority. If avoided, missing, damaged, or broken teeth can lead to more serious dental issues and expensive treatment.
It’s the damage you can’t immediately see that should concern you. Your jaw, bone and gum tissue are at risk when you prolong treatment for tooth loss.
A broken tooth can impact your bite and create unnecessary wear on your teeth. Tooth wear can lead to jaw and neck soreness, headaches, even migraines.
Full mouth reconstruction replaces missing or broken teeth. It also strengthens and restores healthy jaw and gum function.
Neglect, injury, even preventative dental care (that needs replacement) can damage your teeth. Restorative dental treatment can help reverse the damage.
You might be a candidate if…
- You have worn, chipped, or broken teeth
- You have missing teeth
- You experience chronic jaw pain, or if your jaw clicks or pops
- You have ongoing headaches, back pain, and muscle tenderness
Tooth damage can cause these symptoms and more. We can diagnose and recommend a specific treatment plan for restoring your mouth and help eliminate your symptoms.
Unique and specific treatment
Our recommended full mouth restoration will be unique to you and your dental issues. Your teeth, jaw, and gums will be evaluated first.
It’s important to consider your best treatment options. Full mouth restorations can be complex. Your specific treatment will be determined by our initial diagnosis.
Treatment could include:
- Tooth fillings
- Root canal treatment
- An oral appliance to improve your bite
- A mouth guard or a night guard
- Dental crown(s) and Dental implants
- Tooth bonding
- Orthodontic treatment and braces
You should expect a full mouth restoration to involve time. In some cases, your treatment could require a year.
It’s important to have your dental needs evaluated. Treatment specifics and time vary with each full mouth restoration.
The best first step
Speak with our office. Allow us to evaluate your teeth, jaw, gums.
The first step is the most important. It’s a move that can end your insecurities and eliminate your mouth pain.
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