Severe Arthritic Joint & Loss of All Teeth

The patient suffered from a Severe Arthritic Joint and experienced a complete Loss of Dentition as a result of a motor vehicle collision (MVC). The arthritic joint caused chronic pain and limited jaw function, while the loss of dentition further compromised the patient’s ability to eat and speak properly. Surgical intervention was required to address the joint arthritis and restore the patient’s oral health and functionality.

Common Symptoms

Jaw pain, stiffness, clicking or popping sounds, and difficulty in opening or closing the mouth. These symptoms can impact jaw function, making it challenging to eat, speak, and perform daily activities.

Procedure Performed

Total Joint Replacement Plus All on 4. Quad Zygoma.
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About This Patient

This patient was suffering significant functional and aesthetic challenges. After the surgery, her life underwent a remarkable transformation. She patient regained full dental function and a natural-looking smile. Eating and speaking became effortless, and the aesthetic improvements enhanced herself-confidence.

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