Many different types of injury accidents can harm your teeth. The most common are car accidents and sporting accidents. However, sometimes people have damaged teeth because they are victims of violence.
An unbalanced bite can lead to your teeth experiencing imbalance or extreme bite forces. You might clench and grind your teeth on a daily basis, or bite down with uneven force, causing your teeth to wear down, chip, or crack. If you have TMJ, you likely have a number of related symptoms, such as recurring headaches. Fortunately, full mouth reconstruction can treat your bite problems and reduce or eliminate TMJ symptoms.
Some health conditions, such as diabetes, can put your teeth at risk, leading to poor oral health. Eating disorders like bulimia nervosa can also damage your teeth through unhealthy eating and purging behaviors. Other times, your teeth might be vulnerable to damage because of genetic or developmental conditions.
Finally, if you don’t take proper care of your teeth, they can be damaged and might need to be repaired.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full-mouth reconstruction is a custom combination of procedures designed exclusively for you by Dr. Siegel.
The procedure starts with a comprehensive examination. He will check your teeth and see if they can be saved or if they might need to be replaced. If replacement is called for, Dr. Siegel might recommend dentures or a full-mouth fixed-arch restoration.
If all or most of your teeth can be saved, Dr. Siegel will construct a detailed plan. To make his plan, Dr. Siegel will use x-rays and detailed digital scans to understand how best to rebuild your smile. Then he will recommend a plan that might include: