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Renew Your Smile With Full-Mouth Reconstruction

How long has it been since you could eat what you really wanted to eat? How long has it been since you could speak clearly or smile confidently?

You could do all of those things again with full-mouth reconstruction. You can get this treatment at the office of Jennifer Perkins DDS in Huntsville, AL.

This can make a big difference in the quality of your everyday life. You should not feel like you are limited to only certain things when you dine out with your family and friends. You should not feel self-conscious about contributing to a conversation or about sharing your smile.

If this is what you want your life to be like again, schedule a consultation with Dr. Perkins. Let us work with you to create a plan to rebuild your healthy and complete smile.

Call 256-801-0002 to set up your appointment.

Build a Stronger Smile

Dentures (full or partial) can give you a complete smile. Yet, over time, they can become loose.

Unstable dentures move around. A denture adhesive can provide some limited benefits, but even so, you cannot generate the same kind of biting power as someone with a full set of teeth.

Dental implants function as artificial roots. They keep your replacement teeth secure and add stability to your teeth.

When you take advantage of what modern dental care can do, your new smile can be as good, and maybe even better, than what it was before you lost teeth.

With implant-supported dentures or bridges, you can revive your oral health. We have seen it time and time again. We also have seen and heard from our patients how life-changing this procedure can be.

We want to see you smile. We want you to enjoy life’s simple pleasures, like eating your favorite food or knowing you can share a joke with your family without your teeth falling out.

Together, we can help you build a strong and attractive smile again.

Secure Your Teeth

Implants were designed to replace the roots of your teeth. This anchors your new teeth in position, which is why you won’t need denture adhesive.

But implants are doing a few more important things, too. First, they create a direct connection from your jawbone to your teeth. This is what allows you to put more force into your bite and more power into your chewing. As a result, you can bite into a carrot or an apple without concern. You can order your steak just how you like and know that chewing it won’t feel like a chore.

That connection also is good for your jaw health. When you have roots, they stimulate your jawbone, which generates new bone tissue. That keeps your jaw strong. Implants provide that same kind of stimulation, which can prevent bone loss that can occur with traditional dentures and bridges.

Start Rebuilding

In order to complete your full-mouth reconstruction project, you have to begin. Your first step is calling 256-801-0002 to plan a visit to the office of Jennifer Perkins DDS in Huntsville, AL. Also, check our website regularly for updated information on the treatments we can provide or contact us online .

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