Your dentition is composed of many different parts – teeth, gums, tongue, cheeks, jaw, etc., and each of these parts work together to create a fully functioning mouth that can chew, swallow, and speak flawlessly. When one of those parts (i.e. teeth, gums, jaw) becomes damaged, it can affect the functionality of your smile. Therefore, keeping your mouth at a healthy level is extremely important to your daily functions. Nevertheless, how do you know if you may require a simple one-time procedure or a full-mouth reconstruction or restoration?
Tooth decay, gum disease, broken teeth, and other oral health issues can damage your mouth’s fundamental abilities. When decay becomes increasingly present in your mouth, it can cause some serious damage and tooth loss. When this happens, a full-mouth restoration can restore your essential functions and bring your mouth, your smile, and your confidence to a healthy level.
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What is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
When one treatment alone cannot fix your dental issues, a full-mouth reconstruction or restoration can fix multiple dental problems and provide you with the full functionality of your mouth. Essentially, full-mouth restoration can address jaw-bone issues, replace any missing teeth, treat dental diseases, fix worn down teeth, and fix any broken dental appliances such as broken fillings or crowns.
Full-mouth reconstruction is a great way to hit the “reset” button on your dentition, as it involves the restoration and remaking of the important parts of your mouth – often affecting all or most of the teeth in your mouth. Depending on your exact and personal dental needs, procedures will be tailored to make your mouth feel natural and beautiful.
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When is Full-Mouth Reconstruction Required?
Full-mouth reconstruction combine aesthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth – getting you back to a strong smile.
You may require full-mouth reconstruction if:
- You have teeth that have been lost because of decay or trauma
- You have lost or fractured teeth due to injury
- Your teeth are very worn from acid erosion
- You are experiencing high levels of jaw pain, resulting in muscle pain and headaches
- You have a misaligned bite
- You are experiencing bone imperfections
- You are experiencing debilitating oral pain
Consulting your dentist is essential to discovering if you need a full-mouth reconstruction or restoration. To find out more about full mouth restoration, or to learn more about how you can rebuild your smile with beauty and function in mind, contact Thomas L. Anderson, DDS and Associates. Your perfect smile could be just a few visits away.
Contact us today to schedule your dental appointment and meet with our skilled dentists at one of our three conveniently located dental office locations within the Kansas City area, including Lee’s Summit / Independence, the Country Club Plaza and Downtown Kansas City. The gentle dentists and expert team at Thomas L. Anderson and Associates look forward to working with you to treat your dental emergency, achieve proper oral health and a beautiful smile that will last a lifetime. If you have any questions about your dental insurance benefits, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to review your policy! Please give us a call today to schedule an appointment and become part of our dental family.