Full mouth reconstruction at our Longmont dental office involves restoring the teeth, bite, and muscles back to a natural looking and youthful feeling condition, thereby improving self-esteem. Using computerized technology and an artistic eye, Dr. Rogge can create a full mouth reconstruction that may be the answer to many problems, such as heat-sensitive teeth, sore jaw muscles, and recurring headaches.
Longmont full mouth reconstruction by Dr. Rogge focuses on the relationship between muscles, jaw joints, and teeth. When properly aligned, the teeth function in harmony with the jaw joints and muscles. Misalignment causes a condition called Tempromandibular Joint Disorder, which you may know as TMJ. We use specific bioinstrumentation to assess optimal function among the muscles, jaw joints and teeth. With this precise instrumentation, the guesswork is taken out of determining the correct jaw and bite position to alleviate the TMJ.
This information is then used to determine the degree of the reconstruction. In some cases only certain teeth, usually molars, can be reconstructed to achieve the harmony to alleviate the TMJ. In other cases, full mouth reconstruction allows Dr. Rogge to specifically reconstruct the ideal teeth to work with the rest of your anatomy. With this degree of precision, he can make specific alterations in your bite to affect the entire system of muscles, jaw joint, nerves and teeth.