A custom full mouth reconstruction combines multiple restorative and cosmetic procedures that correct the health and function of your smile. This treatment can be an excellent option for patients needing extensive restoration.
At Englewood Dentistry, we can address all your dental issues by combining treatments like dental implants, porcelain veneers, gum disease therapy, and other procedures. The results are often dramatic, both aesthetically and functionally.
Many patients find that a full mouth reconstruction makes their smile look youthful and healthy again. Some people who had given up on their smiles due to extensive decay or tooth loss are thrilled to finally be able to eat, speak, and laugh comfortably. Others who want to improve their teeth may be surprised at how transformative this treatment is for their smiles.
The Benefits Of Full Mouth Reconstructions
Teeth work together to create a stable biting surface, allowing you to eat the foods you love without pain or discomfort. Removing one or more teeth can cause the remaining teeth to move, which changes how your teeth come together and affects your bite. Replacing missing teeth with dental implants restores the natural function of your teeth so you can eat what you want without worrying about painful chewing.
Missing teeth can cause other oral health problems. Keeping the area clean cannot be accessible when you have gaps in your teeth from missing teeth. This can lead to an increased gum disease risk, eventually leading to tooth loss. Dental implants keep your gums healthy and prevent your other teeth from shifting out of place.
What Issues Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Address?
Many patients put off their dental care for reasons such as finances or fear of the dentist. Eventually, however, they find themselves dealing with multiple oral health problems that are too severe to be corrected by addressing each issue individually. That’s why full mouth reconstruction can be such an ideal solution - it’s designed to address many dental problems simultaneously! Here are a few issues that full mouth reconstruction can address.
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Missing teeth
- Teeth that are too small or too big for the smile
- Misaligned teeth
- Gaps in between teeth
- Crowded teeth that are difficult to keep clean
- An overbite or underbite
A full mouth reconstruction can improve the appearance and health of your smile while also providing comfort for everyday oral functions like chewing and speaking. For the best dental care customized to your unique needs, visit Englewood Dentistry, a trusted dentist in Englewood, NJ. Locate them at 334 Grand Ave, Englewood 07631, or call (201) 541-8111.