Do You Need A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

full-reconstructionIf you have multiple issues affecting the function, health, and beauty of your smile, you may need comprehensive treatment combining cosmetic, restorative, and general dentistry treatments. Problems with having the smile you want are always difficult, but when your mouth is not working how it should, a full mouth reconstruction may provide an effective solution.

At Fairfield Periodontics, we offers what is known as a full-mouth reconstruction for patients who have multiple dental problems. This blog will help you understand more about this comprehensive solution that restores smiles and gets you back to enjoying life.

Why Might Full Mouth Reconstruction Be Necessary?
A full mouth reconstruction may be necessary for candidates who are dealing with a multitude of issues with their gums, teeth, and other tissues in the mouth. People who need a full mouth reconstruction may have also suffered some sort of facial trauma or injury. Sometimes bite problems also cause repeated stress to the TMJ, causing disorders, and problems with the gums and the teeth.

People who have loose or missing teeth may also benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. Dental implants, crowns, and dentures, are the best option available for missing teeth and bridging the gaps. Patients who are dealing with multiple issues in their teeth and supporting oral tissues are often good candidates for a full mouth reconstruction, especially if they have advanced levels of damage or decay.

During your dental exam, we will examine your teeth, gums, and jaw, to assess your whole mouth, in order to develop a treatment plan that is best for you. You may not need something as involved as a full mouth reconstruction, but the best way to find out and prevent further problems is to maintain regular dental checkups at our office.

Let Us Help You Find Solutions
Even if you have just one of the problems we talked about in this blog, you should make an appointment with us. You may need a full-mouth reconstruction, or there might be a simpler solution to the problems with your smile. Whatever dental problems are affecting your life, we can help restore your smile and get you back to the high quality of life you deserve and a smile you will love! To learn more about full mouth reconstruction and other options for dental care, call Fairfield Periodontics at 203.878.8596.

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