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Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist in Sarasota, FL

5 Reasons You Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist

Sarasota, FL | Prosthodontist Dr. Ben Tindal


At some point in our lives, we may encounter dental issues that go beyond simple cavities or tooth discoloration. These complex problems require specialized solutions. Thankfully, Dr. Ben Tindal of Tindal Prosthodontics in Sarasota, FL is an expert in full-mouth reconstructions, providing comprehensive dental care for patients facing multiple dental concerns.


A full-mouth reconstruction, also known as full-mouth rehabilitation, involves a series of treatments and procedures aimed at resolving various dental problems. Through multiple sessions, a combination of procedures is performed to address all dental health issues and restore the functionality and aesthetics of the teeth and mouth.


How can you determine if you require a full-mouth reconstruction? Here are some common reasons why you might need one:


  • Tooth Erosion: Tooth erosion occurs when the teeth are regularly exposed to acid, which can weaken and wear away the tooth enamel. Acidic drinks like wine and soda, when consumed excessively, can be harmful to teeth. Additionally, conditions like GERD can lead to acid reflux, which can further erode tooth enamel. When multiple teeth are affected by erosion, it can lead to a compromised bite. Restoring the health of your teeth may necessitate the expertise of a skilled dentist like Dr. Ben Tindal.

  • Severe Gum Disease: Gum disease is prevalent in the U.S., with many individuals unaware of their condition. If you experience swollen, sore, or bleeding gums, or have abscesses in your mouth, it is likely that you have some degree of gum disease. Severe gum disease can result in tooth loss and contribute to overall health problems such as sepsis and diabetes. A full-mouth reconstruction often includes periodontal treatments to restore gum health, enabling the dentist to proceed with other necessary procedures.

  • Chronic Pain: Frequent fatigue or soreness in the jaw area, coupled with recurring headaches (particularly on the sides of the head), may be symptoms of temporomandibular disorder (TMD). TMD can negatively impact bite alignment and restrict jaw movement. If you suspect you have TMD, it is essential to consult with a dentist promptly. This may be an opportune time to consider a full-mouth reconstruction to address both TMD and other dental concerns.

  • Malocclusion (Bad Bite): When your bite is misaligned, your jaw muscles constantly struggle to find a comfortable position. This can lead to teeth grinding and further damage to the teeth, exacerbating the bite problem. Fortunately, a full-mouth reconstruction can correct bite alignment issues, offering relief and preventing further damage.

  • Dental Trauma: Accidents, violence, or serious falls can result in dental trauma. While it may affect only one tooth in some cases, dental trauma often leads to the loss of multiple teeth. A full-mouth reconstruction can evaluate the extent of the trauma to the teeth and jaw, allowing for the replacement of any missing teeth and the restoration of oral function.


A full-mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive approach to restoring overall oral health and achieving the beautiful smile you desire. It is crucial to entrust this procedure to a professional and experienced dentist like Dr. Ben Tindal, who specializes in prosthodontics at Tindal Prosthodontics in Sarasota, FL.


Dr. Ben Tindal possesses extensive training and expertise in the field, with a track record of successfully performing numerous full-mouth reconstructions over the years. To embark on your journey towards a restored smile, contact Tindal Prosthodontics today.

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