A full mouth reconstruction in Orlando is a procedure that aims to treat and restore damaged teeth, gum tissues, and jawbone that are causing oral health complications. Patients who have undergone successful full mouth reconstruction say they feel happier and more confident about their smiles.
But a full mouth reconstruction isn’t just about making you look more attractive, although that’s part of the package. The procedure offers a myriad of benefits that are guaranteed to improve your smile and oral function – and more importantly, boost your quality of life.
Dentists usually recommend a full mouth reconstruction if you suffer from several dental cosmetic problems. The procedure may include repairing damaged teeth, replacing missing teeth, and treating the consequences of periodontal disease such as gum recession and discoloration.
It’s important to note that a full mouth reconstruction is not synonymous with a smile makeover. Although the former enhances your cosmetic problems, it focuses more on improving your oral health. Meanwhile, a smile makeover aims to primarily address cosmetic issues.
Patients who’ve lost their permanent teeth will find it difficult to chew their food as it causes pain. Because of the discomfort, they tend to choose only soft foods to avoid adding pressure to their sensitive gums. Your limited food choices can affect your nutrition. When your teeth are restored through a full mouth reconstruction, you can once again enjoy your favorite foods sans the pain.
Millions of Americans suffer from periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is one of the reasons why dentists recommend full mouth reconstruction. When the disease progresses into periodontitis, it can lead to jawbone loss, gum recession, the formation of gum pockets, and gum discoloration. A full mouth reconstruction can help treat and control gum disease.
At Altamonte Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, we want you to achieve your best possible smile and restore your oral health with our wide range of comprehensive and tailor-made dental treatments. It has always been our goal to improve the appearance and function of your teeth. Contact us today for an appointment.
– Dr. Atila C. Miranda, DDS –(407) 831-4008752 Stirling Center Pl STE 1000,