Full mouth reconstruction involves rebuilding your entire smile after it has been seriously damaged or decayed. If your teeth have been broken or worn down, or your smile suffers from severe decay, you may be a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction. At Harding Dental Group, our dentist can combine various restorative and cosmetic procedures to restore both the health and appearance of your teeth and gums.
Many patients who choose complete mouth reconstruction are dealing with severe oral damage that has affected their quality of life. These patients may have been living with loose teeth, pain during chewing, and even difficulty speaking clearly due to the condition of their teeth. By undergoing a full mouth reconstruction, these patients can eliminate these health issues, rebuild the beauty and function of their smiles, and once again enjoy their favorite foods and drinks without pain or discomfort.
What Issues Can Full Mouth Reconstruction Address?
A full mouth reconstruction can address many issues patients face regarding their smiles. Some of these include tooth loss, broken teeth, and problems with bite alignment. These problems can lead to discomfort and poor aesthetics if left untreated. Fortunately, full mouth reconstruction enables our dentist to correct all of these issues in a comprehensive treatment plan that restores your oral function and the appearance of your smile.
The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction is a set of procedures designed for patients with extensive damage, disease, or concerns with how their smile looks. Many patients consider full mouth reconstructions after experiencing severe tooth decay that has led to the loss of multiple teeth. Also, many other patients undergo full mouth reconstruction to reduce the risk of future tooth loss, speech problems, TMJ disorder, and other health concerns related to the misalignment of the jaws.
By rebuilding and restoring the teeth and bite, full mouth reconstruction can offer dramatic benefits to a patient’s dental health and self-confidence. Patients with severely damaged smiles also report reduced anxiety and emotional stress after completing a full mouth reconstruction to correct problems with their teeth and the appearance of their smile.
Full mouth reconstruction works to rebuild missing or damaged teeth and gums while fixing issues such as bite alignment before restoring the smile's appearance with the restorative treatments needed to achieve a healthy, functional, and beautiful appearance for patients of all ages.
Full mouth reconstruction combines treatments that improve a smile’s appearance, comfort, and function. Get in touch with Harding Dental Group at 688 Del Sol Drive, Alamosa, CO 81101, or call (719) 589-2257 to learn more about full mouth reconstruction.