If you’ve been struggling with many missing, damaged or worn teeth or badly fitting dentures, getting a full-mouth rehabilitation can make a huge difference in your quality of life. It will improve your health, chewing function and self-confidence, and you will be able to smile, talk and eat comfortably and confidently. Full-mouth rehabilitation also has a rejuvenating effect and can take years off of your appearance.
Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Procedures
A full-mouth rehabilitation consists of one or more procedures that will restore even the most deteriorated teeth and mouth to full health, function and aesthetics. Each treatment plan is thoroughly customized to achieve the best results for your unique situation. The procedures can include orthodontics to realign your bite, dental implants, veneers and/or crowns.
Our doctors are highly trained and skilled in all these procedures and take continuing education to stay up to date on the latest advancements. They have strong attention to detail and will take great care in creating your new healthy and natural-looking smile.
Detailed Planning for the Best Results
Our doctors do detailed planning and preparation to ensure your treatment results in the optimal outcome. This includes creating a physical study model of your teeth so they can see not only how your new teeth will look aesthetically, but also how they will work functionally.
A key component of your full-mouth rehabilitation is ensuring that the treatment will result in excellent bite alignment and jaw function. Our doctors use a high-tech device called a T-Scan® that measures the biting force when teeth come together. With this, the doctors get a detailed 3D view of what’s happening with your bite and can prevent any imbalance from occurring.
Benefits of a Full-Mouth Rehabilitation
Studies have related poor dental health to issues such as heart disease and a compromised immune system. Teeth left unreplaced ultimately lead to jawbone loss, and misaligned teeth can cause TMJ problems. A full-mouth rehabilitation prevents these issues from occurring and gives you healthy oral function and a smile you’ll be proud to show off.
Call 770-415-0465 or click here to schedule your complimentary full-mouth rehabilitation consultation.
- Meet with the doctor
- Discuss your goals
- Find out about your treatment options
- Learn about our affordable payment options
- Get your questions answered