TMJ Leads to Full Mouth Reconstruction
TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder) can have a variety of causes and one is an imbalanced bite. When your bite is out of place, your muscles are working extra hard to find a comfortable resting position to no avail. Soon, your teeth will start wearing down, chipping, or showing visible cracks. They may even crack open, down to the root, which could lead to tooth extraction.
Therefore, getting a full mouth reconstruction can actually improve your bite, eradicating your TMJ. This, in turn, gives you a better smile and a rested jaw. Not only will you have a new set of sparkling white teeth, but, more importantly, your muscles will be more relaxed when chewing and speaking.