What Is Addressed During Full-Mouth Restoration?

Crooked, cracked, and worn-down teeth, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, jaw and facial injuries, and age are some of the reasons your jaw can become misaligned. When it does, the dentists at SmileTexas in Houston, TX, can perform a full-mouth restoration. So, what is addressed during full-mouth restoration? Here is what you should know.

The Risks of a Misaligned Jaw

A misaligned jaw can increase your risk of cavities and gum disease, affect how you chew, lead to an over or underbite, affect your breathing, and cause headaches/migraines or pain in your jaw, neck, and shoulders. Since your top and bottom rows of teeth are not properly aligned, these issues can often worsen with time.

A misaligned jaw can also make patients appear older. It can make them feel self-conscious about their appearance and affect their overall mental health. The family-friendly staff at SmileTexas understands and sympathizes, which is why we always take the time to explain exactly what is involved in a patient’s full-mouth restoration.

Initial Oral Exam

The first thing we do is perform an extensive oral exam of your jaw, mouth, and teeth. We typically take X-rays, photos, and measurements to find the optimal alignment for your jaw. We use these photos and X-rays to identify any potential issues with your gums, determine the current position of your teeth, identify teeth that are chipped or cracked, and locate any gaps that exist.

Smile Assessment

To ensure the best possible outcome, we will perform a smile assessment and use it as a guide throughout the full-mouth restoration. We then identify any decaying or infected teeth and have them removed. Next, we will use different dental practices and orthodontic procedures to attain the best possible alignment, always using our smile assessment as a guide.

Dental Procedures Employed

The dental procedures we use at SmileTexas can include porcelain crowns and veneers to replace and cover any chipped, cracked, or worn-out teeth. It includes other dental implants and bridges to cover up any imperfections or to adjust the position and profile of your teeth. It can also include using Dr. Kline’s patented Teeth By Tonight!® procedure, which uses four to six dental implants to replace your upper or lower front teeth.

Book Your Full-Mouth Restoration in Sugar Land, TX

At SmileTexas, we strongly believe in providing our patients with the best possible experience from start to finish. From a calming and comfortable environment to a highly trained and welcoming staff, our goal is to make every patient feel at ease during their visit.

We also understand the importance of a confident smile, which is why we offer full-mouth restorations for those who are seeking a beautiful and healthy set of teeth. If you are ready to transform your smile and boost your self-confidence, give us a call at 281-265-7645 to schedule an appointment.

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