Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation blends the best restorative and cosmetic dentistry services. It may include treatments such as: dental implants, crowns, bridges, porcelain veneers, gum contouring, bonding, and more. The result is a complete rebuilding of your bite and smile from the ground up, helping you to overcome even the most difficult oral health issues.
A full mouth rehabilitation is a highly individualized treatment, and it is not one procedure. Instead, we use our decades of experience, flexibility, and a comprehensive approach to dentistry to provide you with a number of options. Following these procedures, you’ll end up with an attractive and healthy smile that you desire and deserve.
The first step toward full mouth rehabilitation is a consultation, during which Dr. Vasani can evaluate your needs, discuss your goals, and review a treatment plan.
You may be a good candidate for full mouth rehabilitation if you suffer from:
- Chronic pain in your face, neck, shoulder and/or back
- Migraines or frequent headaches
- Clicking or grinding in the joints of your jaw
- Problems chewing or digesting food
- Dental restorations that do not last
- Abnormal surface wear or severe discoloration
- Gaps between your teeth
- Soreness of the muscles and joints of your jaw and/or tooth pain
- Lowered self-esteem due to the appearance of your smile
Benefits Of Full Mouth Rehabilitation
These include vastly improved teeth, which will function better than before. They will look and feel so much better which will help boost your confidence and self-esteem. Healthy teeth and gums are an important part of your general state of health and this treatment will ensure that. If you have been putting up with unsightly gaps in your teeth; crooked or broken teeth or find biting and chewing difficult then a full mouth reconstruction can cure all of that.
Full mouth restoration refers to reconstructing the mouth to alleviate dental problems and improve the appearance of the teeth. Dr. Vasani will first evaluate your mouth to determine the extent of dental problems and to figure out optimal solutions. Full mouth restorative procedures primarily include dental implants, crowns, porcelain veneers, bridges and cavity fillings. A full mouth restoration can help with numerous dental complications, including:
- Missing teeth
- Worn or cracked teeth
- Misaligned bite
- Jaw, muscle, and headache pains due to an improper bite
The benefits of full mouth reconstruction include improved oral health, functionality, and aesthetics.