7
Nov

Can A Full-Mouth Restoration Help My TMJ?

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Full-mouth restoration, also referred to as reconstructive dentistry, is designed to correct the effects of tooth damage or traumatic injury and rebuild your smile. It can also do wonders for patients suffering from dental pain, a bad bite or malocclusion, jaw soreness, and a range of other symptoms of temporomandibular joint problems (TMJ). A total mouth reconstruction includes a combination of dental procedures aimed at establishing a healthy relationship between your teeth, jaws, tendons, and the whole mouth. These procedures may include: Restorative dental treatments – fillings, inlays, bridges, dental crowns Implant dentistry – use of dental implants to replace missing teeth Cosmetic dentistry – teeth whitening, tooth bonding, porcelain veneers, gum recontouring Neuromuscular dentistry – correction of issues involving the bite and the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) Bruxism treatment – treatment for teeth grinding Orthodontics – traditional metal braces, Invisalign, retainers, spacers, and expanders Endodontics – root canal therapy Oral…

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