How Full Mouth Reconstruction Will Get Your Health Back
Tooth decay is a severe medical issue that can lead to more severe dental problems in the future if left untreated. Individuals with these conditions may be candidates for full mouth reconstructions, which restore general oral health and prevent further damage or loss of teeth from occurring. If you have severe issues with your teeth, this can lead to worse issues down the road. Make sure to consult Dr. Firouzi if you have any severe tooth decay, excessively worn teeth, or missing teeth.
Accident and Trauma Victims
Too often, people cannot properly care for their teeth because of the consequences of accidents or sports. If you have had any dental trauma due to an auto accident or any other type, you must contact Dr. Firouzi for a full mouth reconstruction consultation today. The sooner you start, the higher your chance for a successful reconstruction.
People With Severe Decay or Worn Teeth
Poor oral hygiene habits usually cause decay or worn-out teeth. There could be other underlying causes, but excessive tooth wear is typically caused by:
- Tooth Grinding
- High Acidity in the Mouth
People who are bulimic or prone to dry mouth are more prone to suffering from chemically eroded teeth. Mechanical erosion usually causes chronic teeth grinding (bruxism).
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) Sufferers
One of the symptoms of TMD is tooth grinding, which could lead to:
- Severe Tooth Wear
- Cracked or Broken Teeth
Various types of tooth damage can be caused by severe TMD, requiring maxillofacial surgery if needed.
Contact Dr. Firouzi Today
If you are in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area, visit Dr. Firouzi as he provides a wide variety of cosmetic and neuromuscular services, including teeth whitening, gum recontouring using veneers or surgery, smile makeovers, and more. To learn more about Dr. Firouzi and his practice, contact us today at (412) 274-1126.