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Full Mouth Reconstruction Services and Dental Procedures
Many people avoid the dentist for some reason or other, but postponing regular dental appointments often leads to more costly dental work later. Instead of a small filling, you may need multiple root canals and dental crowns to restore weak teeth. Other good candidates for a full mouth reconstruction are patients with:
- Advanced gum disease
- Extensive tooth decay
- Damaged teeth due to accidents
- Several missing teeth
- Head and neck pain
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About Reconstruction Dental Procedures
Complicated dental procedures can be daunting, and your Grand Junction, CO dentist understands this. Dr. Benefield makes sure that your experience is as pleasant as possible. He offers sedation dentistry services for anxious patients or those who want a comfortable experience while undergoing complex dental procedures. We do everything in-house, from fillings to dental implants, so you do not have to hop from one place to another.
Comprehensive Evaluation and Treatment Planning
Full mouth reconstructions begin with a comprehensive evaluation of your mouth and jaw. Dr. Benefield uses the latest technology and equipment (digital x-rays, intraoral cameras, DIAGNOdent, and more) for detailed images of the oral cavity and precise dental work.
The goal of full mouth reconstruction is not just beautiful teeth, but better overall health. This is usually achieved through a series of dental procedures. Once you and Dr. Benefield agree on the treatment plan, the dentist prepares your mouth. This may involve a thorough cleaning, root canal, tooth extraction, and gum disease treatment. If you are getting implants, but your jawbone is too thin, bone grafting may be required.
Don’t wait until your dental problems worsen before seeing your Colorado dentist. Early detection and treatment save you money and the trouble of complicated procedures. Visit Grand Dental today.