A smile is one of the first things that other people notice about you when you first meet them. A smile plays a big part of a person’s self confidence. A smile can even affect your brain by producing hormones that reduce stress and increase happiness.
Unfortunately, sometimes life does not allow for proper access to routine dental care for an extended period, leaving you with a less than stellar smile, and a situation that can feel rather hopeless. However, that is not the case, there is always something that can be done to either improve the appearance of your smile, or provide you with more chewing surfaces to assist in eating.
A full mouth restoration involves multiple procedures to improve your teeth and your smile. This could mean a combination of moving certain teeth into a more ideal position, replacing missing teeth, or building up teeth that have been ground down, chipped or cracked. The end goal of a full mouth restoration is to give you a set of teeth that will help you take on the world.
Reasons You May Want A Full Mouth Restoration
Along with the cosmetic reasons for wanting a full mouth restoration, there are just as many practical reasons to take a look at undergoing a restoration.
Difficulty biting and chewing caused by either missing, painful or damaged teeth is a big issue that can be solved through full mouth restoration. Nutritional deficiencies caused by avoiding eating foods, pain from eating or general difficulties eating are a huge reason to consider a full mouth restoration.
Your oral health also has a larger effect on your overall health. If your body is constantly fighting off oral infections it can be hard on your immune system, and make it difficult to fight other infections. Not only this, but it has been found that bacteria that cause oral health infections have been found in other body conditions, even affecting your heart or leading to other health complications.
Mouth Restoration Insurance Coverage
There are many different coverage plans for what your insurance might or might not cover when it comes to dental procedures. In general, procedures that are related to disease, pain treatment or preventing infections are most likely to be covered by insurance. Procedures that are purely being done for cosmetic reasons may or may not be covered by insurance, or may only be partially covered. Contacting your insurance provider will be your best bet for finding out what procedures would be covered by your insurance.
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