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Improve Your Life With A Full-Mouth Rehabilitation! [BLOG]

Are you embarrassed about your smile because of missing, discolored, or damaged teeth and unhealthy gums?

Do you worry about what your oral health may mean for your overall health in the future?

Then today, you’ll want to read about a full-mouth rehabilitation from your Seekonk dentist!

It’s a comprehensive restorative treatment plan designed to give you a healthy, beautiful smile again so you can live a better, more fulfilling life!

Why Do We Perform Full-Mouth Rehabilitations?

Here are two factors we consider in determining whether a patient needs a full-mouth rehabilitation at Perfect Smiles:

*An Unsightly Smile*

If you have an unhealthy mouth, there is no escaping the visual consequences to your smile’s appearance. You might have discolored, damaged or missing teeth, or perhaps periodontal infection has made your gums look red and swollen.

Regardless, you won’t feel proud of your smile, and that will wreck your confidence and make it hard for you to fulfill an important need in all our lives to connect with people socially.

*Poor Dental Health*

While the consequences of poor dental health may not impact you as quickly or as constantly as an unsightly smile does, it’s still a critical reason we would recommend a full-mouth rehabilitation.

We understand the undeniable connection between a healthy mouth and a healthy body, which is that you can’t have one without the other. To protect you from the dangerous ramifications of gum disease, tooth loss, and other dental problems, your oral health must be restored.

Is It Time To Rehabilitate Your Smile?

If you’re not sure a full-mouth rehabilitation is right for you, check out these two sources of distress that may be trying to tell you it’s time to visit Perfect Smiles for a consultation:

*Emotional Pain*

Covering your mouth with your hand any time you laugh or pressing your lips together when someone tries to take your picture are common red flags that your smile is causing you emotional pain.

These behaviors are likely motivated by feelings of shame or embarrassment about the state of your dental health and what it’s done to how your teeth and gums look, and consequently, your smile in general.

You can’t possibly feel relaxed and free to be yourself if that’s how you feel day in and day out!

The emotional torment will eventually manifest itself physically elsewhere in your body, which is a good reason to rehabilitate your mouth.

*Dental Pain*

If everything inside your mouth was functioning as it should, you wouldn’t feel pain, whether you’re eating or doing nothing at all.

Dental pain means something is wrong with your teeth or gums and that you need some sort of treatment to correct it.

You need basic oral function to eat so that your body is getting the essential vitamins and nutrients it needs for total wellness. Not just that, but you need healthy teeth and gums to enjoy the sensory pleasure of eating!

Solving the source of your dental pain is reason enough to seek help from your Seekonk dentist!

Get Started Today!

You can take the first step today by calling Perfect Smiles to set up your consultation for a full-mouth rehabilitation.

It will be the chance to sit down with one of our skilled dentists to talk about how poor dental health has impacted your life and discover the ways we can help you regain what you’ve lost.

Contact us in Westport, MA (508-717-3780) or Seekonk, MA (508-812-4130) or fill out our online form to request an appointment.