Dental Tips Blog

May
20

When Do You Need to Completely Restore Your Smile?

Some people opt to completely redesign their mouths with multiple stages of dental work. This sounds like something only celebrities would do; but you might one day find yourself unexpectedly needing full-mouth restoration, as well.

Here are a few reasons why.

Accidents

Nearly all of us face the risk of an automobile accident every day. It’s one of those things you have less control over than you realize. Such a traumatic event could cause an injury with permanent damage.

Sports Trauma

Sometimes, a broken tooth is just the name of the game.

Boxing, hockey, martial arts, and all other contact sports jeopardize your smile with each practice session. A mouth guard can help, but if the worst should happen, restoring your teeth will help you feel confident about getting back on the field.

Makeover

You may decide that you deserve a gorgeous smile every bit as much as the movie stars do.

Sick of your overbite? Want brighter teeth? Tired of all those crooked snaggle-teeth? Are you done with getting filling after filling updated?

Thousands of American dental patients just go for the gold and commit to a complete cosmetic dental makeover as a gift to themselves. Hey, you deserve to look good at your wedding or right after you retire.

Cancer Treatments 

Cancer of the throat, jaw, tooth, tongue, and other types can all cause permanent disfigurement in the face. This doesn’t just affect looks – it can also seriously impact daily functioning and nutrition.

Rebuilding your smile after cancer will help you eat and speak comfortably as well as feel like your old self, again.

Contact your dentist for a consultation if you’d like to start planning your full-mouth reconstruction.

Posted on behalf of:
Soft Touch Dentistry
1214 Paragon Dr
O’Fallon, IL 62269
(618) 622-5050

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