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When your dental problems are so numerous and overwhelming, you think there’s no hope for ever feeling good about your smile, it could be time to visit Stephen K. Williams, DDS & Associates for a full-mouth reconstruction.
From tooth fillings to dental crowns and bridges to total teeth replacement with dental implants, we have the solution to the problems you face with your teeth and gums and the appearance of your smile.
A Broken Smile Does A Lot Of Damage
Here are two kinds of damage that result in a broken smile you’re ashamed of:
First, there are the obvious smile problems that you, and everyone else, can see.
Visible imperfections like cracks, chips, breaks, discoloration, and missing teeth are all going to create unavoidable smile flaws that will impact your life in profound ways.
You deserve to have a smile you can feel good about sharing, so when it comes to the way your teeth look, if you’re unhappy, then a change is worth exploring.
*Dental Health Risks*
Your teeth could be straight, nicely-shaped and aligned, and even bright white.
But you could still face certain dental health risks because of damage like tooth decay, disease, and infection.
When problems like these aren’t treated, they will only get worse. Your teeth will be weak and vulnerable to cracks, breaks, and ultimately, even tooth loss.
At that point, the way your smile looks will be nothing compared to the serious consequences of lost healthy gum tissue and jawbone mass.
How To Know You Need A Full-Mouth Reconstruction
When you’re finally ready to do something about your poor dental health and oral function, it might seem too overwhelming to know where to start. So here are two important questions to ask yourself that may lead you toward a decision to see Dr. Williams for a consultation:
What Are You Hiding?
When you’re out in public, whether it’s a quick trip to the grocery store, a friend’s wedding, or an important presentation at work, problems with your teeth and gums might fill you with anxiety. It takes a lot of effort to keep such things hidden, and it also holds you back from living in the moment and being yourself.
So think about how often you feel compelled to hide your smile, and ask yourself whether it’s worth all the energy to get through a normal day or a special occasion with no enjoyment to show for it.
How Are You Feeling?
Physically and emotionally, how are you feeling?
If the dental problems you’ve been dealing with cause you pain, then clearly something is wrong that your dentist should check out. Your teeth shouldn’t hurt, and ignoring the discomfort won’t make it go away.
If your oral health struggles cause you emotional pain on top of that, then it’s just as significant a reason to see your Bicknell dentist. Stress takes its toll on the body, too, so if pain is a normal part of your life all because of your teeth and gums, it’s time for a change.
It All Starts With A Call!
Reconstructive dentistry is life-changing, but it’s not necessarily complicated. Some changes to your teeth may involve simple restorative procedures. Other changes may require a more complex process.
Regardless, the results will all be worth it. You’ll have a healthy mouth, fully functional teeth, and a great-looking smile you’ll love!