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Your teeth, jawbone, gums, and muscles work together to enable your mouth to function well. Over time, these can break down and become damaged for a number of reasons. For many patients, the grinding and clenching associated with TMJ syndrome causes their teeth to be worn and the jaw to become misaligned. Gum disease can cause tooth loss and even affect the underlying bone. Severe dental problems such as these can affect both the function and appearance of your mouth.

When a patient’s teeth are extensively decayed or damaged, Dr. Shah may suggest multiple aesthetic restorative procedures or prosthetics to restore optimal health and beauty. Full mouth restoration involves non-surgical correction of dentition, bite, and function. Dr. Shah will thoroughly assess your oral condition, including tooth structure, occlusion, and gums, to determine the extent of damage before recommending specific full mouth rehabilitation procedures. Restorations such as fillings, crowns, dental implants, or realignment of teeth with orthodontics may be suggested. Cosmetic procedures, such as porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, or a gum lift may also be required for optimal results from full mouth reconstruction.