Restorative And Reconstructive Oral Surgeries
Reconstructive surgery focuses on rebuilding the form and function of damaged or lost oral structures. Restorative oral surgery aims to repair damaged teeth or replace missing teeth. The two treatments usually go together. The Need for Restorative and Reconstructive Oral Surgery Restorative and reconstructive oral surgery is useful since damaged or missing teeth: Make chewing food difficult, and improperly chewed food leads to indigestion and poor nutrition, which are both bad for your health Interferes with dental aesthetics; many people feel self-conscious about damaged or missing teeth Increases the risk of further damage or loss of missing teeth Some of the damages the surgeries fix include dental cavities, chipped teeth, and cracked teeth.