Reasons You May Need a Full Mouth Restoration

There are some cases where a person will need a full mouth restoration. This is a “reset” of sorts designed to get their mouth back to the way nature intended it to be. What are some of the reasons why someone could benefit from this procedure? Let’s take a quick look.

Time for a Rebuild

A person may need full mouth restoration due to an injury that caused substantial dental trauma. He or she may have a lot of broken or missing teeth due to the injury, and will need extensive work in order to once again have a healthy, beautiful smile.
Others may have worn or missing teeth due to tooth decay. If multiple teeth have lost their protective enamel, they may need to be replaced. Still others have suffered dental problems since birth and need restorative procedures.

Not an Overnight Fix

A full mouth restoration is one of the best decisions someone could ever make for their dental health. It will ultimately give them a sense of self-confidence they may not have ever experienced.

But it’s important to note that this will not be an overnight process. It can be complex, requiring multiple visits to the dentist. It will also require a great deal of planning. In the long run, though, the effort will be well worth it.
If you or someone you love could benefit from a full mouth restoration, get in touch with Smile Time Dental. Send a text to 281-245-0711 to learn more or schedule an appointment.

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