Full mouth reconstruction can be crucial to your smile’s appearance, but it can also have a profound impact on the health of your mouth and jaw. Aside from cosmetics, the main reason for any kind of full mouth reconstruction is to take care of problems that are causing damage to the health of your mouth, gums, teeth and jaw.
There are many things that a dentist may notice that can be harmful to your oral health. For example, a missing tooth can cause your reamining teeth to move out of place, resulting in a change in your bite, or occlusion. A bite that is unbalanced can, over time, damage the jaw joints, leading to popping and clicking noises, headaches, and even earaches. Fixing these problems as soon as possible can save you money and help you avoid discomfort in the future.
Before and After Full Mouth Reconstruction – Case 1
Procedures performed helped fill out the patient’s face, which resulted in a positive cosmetic facial change.
Dental Implants and Partial Dentures, gum sculpting to level gums, crowns lengthened and teeth straightened.
Start to finish completed in just 1 month!
Full Mouth Reconstruction options: Full mouth reconstruction is a combination of cosmetic and structural changes. An in-depth consultation with Dr. Georgaklis will be the first step, and this meeting is a major part of the full mouth reconstruction process. At your consultation, you and the dentist will plan the most effective route to make your smile amazing, while keeping your mouth healthy and your smile natural looking.
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