Chewing Problems? Here's How Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Help

By: Dr. Shweta Gujaran


Do you have problems chewing due to damaged or missing teeth? If so, Dr. Shweta Gujaran may recommend full mouth reconstruction as a solution. It typically involves multiple treatments such as crowns, bridges, removable or implant-supported dentures, implants, or veneers. The goal is to rebuild your smile and ensure that your teeth are functioning as they should.

Below, our team members at The Tooth Studio discuss the possibilities of full mouth reconstruction and how it can improve your ability to chew. Call now for a consultation in Danbury, CT, and get started on your journey to a healthier smile.

Do you have a hard time chewing your food?

Difficulty chewing can manifest in a number of ways, and not all of them are obvious. While pain or discomfort while eating is a common sign, you may also have a hard time opening your mouth wide enough to take a bite or feel like your teeth are not biting together properly. This could lead to problems with digestion, as well as discomfort or embarrassment while eating in public.

How does full mouth reconstruction help?

Damaged or missing teeth impact your ability to chew and enjoy food. Full mouth reconstruction aims to address these issues by restoring the overall function of your teeth. This comprehensive treatment plan provided by Dr. Gujaran takes into account your individual oral health, including any underlying conditions or concerns, to provide a long-term and effective solution.

What are the steps involved?

If you have difficulty chewing and are considering full mouth reconstruction, the first step is to book a consultation with Dr. Gujaran in Danbury, CT. During this appointment, we may suggest:

  • Crowns: Crowns repair damaged teeth and restore their shape, size, and overall strength.
  • Bridges: Bridges fill in the gaps and provide support for the adjacent teeth.
  • Removable or implant-supported dentures: Dentures can be a cost-effective solution for people with multiple missing teeth. Implant-supported dentures provide even more stability and a natural-looking appearance.
  • Implants: Dental implants act as artificial tooth roots to offer support for replacement teeth.
  • Veneers: Veneers are thin shells that protect the front surface of your teeth. They can prevent further damage, hide cosmetic imperfections, and help with minor cases of misalignment.

Patients should know that full mouth reconstruction can involve multiple phases performed over the course of several months. This allows for proper healing and adjustment between treatments. We always prioritize your comfort and strive to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible.

What are the benefits?

Our patients at The Tooth Studio have experienced the following benefits after undergoing full mouth reconstruction:

  • Improved chewing ability: With a restored set of teeth, you can enjoy your meals without discomfort.
  • Boosted confidence: A healthy and beautiful smile can give you the confidence to show off your smile in social situations and feel more self-assured overall.
  • Better overall oral health: Full mouth reconstruction not only focuses on the visible teeth but also addresses underlying issues to improve your overall oral health.

Get a healthy, functional smile

Difficulty chewing should not be ignored as it can lead to more problems if left untreated. If you experience any issues while chewing, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Shweta Gujaran at The Tooth Studio in Danbury, CT for a full mouth reconstruction consultation. Our team is dedicated to helping you achieve a healthy and functional smile so you can enjoy your favorite foods with ease.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.