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Do I Need a Full-Mouth Dental Implant Consultation?

Posted on 12/15/2023 by Jason Widner DMD Family Dentistry
Older Black couple smiling after appointment at Jason Widner DMD Family Dentistry in Sammamish, WAYour existing oral health, the state of the health of your gums and teeth, and whatever specific worries you may have will all play a role when deciding if you require a full-mouth dental implant evaluation. We will discuss the factors below in this blog.

Pre-Existing Dental Restoration

If your current dental work could be more comfortable and accomplish what it was designed to. When that occurs, a thorough examination can determine whether full-mouth dental implants would be a more appropriate and durable solution in place of these restorations.

Aesthetic Issues

A consultation will help you to comprehend how whole-mouth dental implants can enhance the aesthetics and general uniformity of your smile. You may be dissatisfied with the visual appeal of your smile owing to extensive tooth loss, severe discoloration, or inconsistencies in tooth shape or size.

Limitations of Function

If your present oral health makes it uncomfortable for you to chew, speak, or go about your everyday business. If so, an extensive assessment can assist in evaluating the functional restrictions and determining whether full-mouth dental restorations could offer a durable remedy.

Several Missing Teeth

You may have various tooth gaps, or you could have lost most or all of your teeth as a result of trauma, disease, or additional oral health issues. If so, a consultation for full-mouth dental implants can assist you in considering all of your treatment alternatives.

Worsening Dental Condition

An exhaustive assessment throughout a full-mouth implant-related evaluation can offer valuable information about the most suitable treatment for recovering your oral wellness. That is, if you are dealing with serious dental concerns, including significant periodontal diseases, severe tooth decay, or substantial dental damage.

Reach Out To Us Today

You may make well-informed judgments regarding the best dental treatment to create a functional, visually beautiful, and wholesome smile with this thorough assessment. By scheduling an appointment with us, we will examine your oral health and, together, will decide if you need dental implants.

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