The weather isn’t the only thing heating up this summer. Today’s political climate just keeps getting hotter and hotter!
With all the talk about fake news and real news, it’s hard to know who you can count on to give you the facts. That’s why we’re sharing today’s blog with you. Our team at Brar Dentistry wants you to know all about full-mouth reconstructions.
We want you to be armed with the right information so you can make informed decisions about your health and your life. So today, we’re giving you the facts!
This is an easy one. YOU are the person being affected by a damaged smile. Achieving your healthiest, most beautiful smile starts with your decision to pick up the phone to schedule an appointment. So let’s identify the problems that would inspire you to do just that.
What: You Have Several Dental Problems
If you have missing or damaged teeth, you not only have to deal with the emotional trauma that comes with an embarrassing smile. You also have to think about the kind of risk that damaged or missing teeth pose to your oral and overall health.
Missing teeth is pretty self-explanatory, but what kind of problems are we talking about when we say damaged teeth? That could mean you have chips, cracks, breaks in your teeth. Or perhaps you have cavities you never had filled or decay you never had treated.
You might also problems with the appearance of your teeth and gums that go beyond surface damage or large gaps. If you have noticed discoloration in your teeth or gums, or you’re experiencing tenderness, swelling, pain, or sensitivity in your mouth, we’re talking to you.
Basically, the dental problems we’re talking about cover anything going on with your teeth and gums that negatively impact how you look, how you feel, and how your teeth function. If this sounds like you, you may be in need of a full-mouth reconstruction.
Why: You Need A Solution To Your Dental Problems
Why have a full-mouth reconstruction? Because if your dental problems, like the ones we mentioned, are left untreated, you are putting your overall health in jeopardy. This isn’t fake news meant to scare you.
At Brar Dentistry, your total wellness is our top priority, so it’s important to give you the facts about how your oral health connects to your overall health.
If you don’t treat gum disease, for example, or if you choose not to replace your missing teeth, you put yourself at risk for bigger problems. You’re vulnerable to losing more teeth, losing healthy bone structure, and allowing bacteria and infection to work its way into your bloodstream and causing serious systemic problems throughout the rest of your body.
A full-mouth reconstruction can not only stop those things from happening, but it can reverse the oral health problems that have begun in your mouth already.
How: Possible Treatments In a Full-Mouth Reconstruction
A full-mouth reconstruction may be the solution you need to solve your dental problems. Although it may sound pretty intimidating, a full-mouth reconstruction is not a one-size-fits-all kind of approach.
It’s actually a customized, comprehensive plan. A full-mouth reconstruction is going to be different for you than it is for the next person. It’s where you and one of our dentists sits down with you to come up with a series of treatments that will best bring your oral health and your smile back to where they need to be.
Here are just a few of the restorative treatments you might find in someone’s full-mouth reconstruction plan:
-Gum Disease Treatment
-Root Canal Therapy
-Dental Crowns And Bridges
-Implant-retained / Implant-supported Dentures
Our team of dental professionals will discuss with you what it would take to get your oral health back on track and an attractive smile you’ll love!
Where: At Brar Dentistry!
We wouldn’t tell you all of this without letting you know there is hope! Your healthy, beautiful smile is waiting for you at Brar Dentistry! With our skilled professionals, our advanced technology, and our caring staff, you can turn your health and your life back around with a full-mouth reconstruction.