What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Although it may sound complicated, full mouth rehabilitation at summirow dental simply means combining restorative dental treatments to fix or rebuild your smile.

Our goal is to not only help you enjoy smiling again but also to strengthen and fortify your healthy oral tissues and tooth structures, as well.

The exact treatments that make up your full mouth reconstruction depend on the specific issues that affect your smile. During your consultation, we will thoroughly discuss your dental issues and what combination of treatments can rebuild your smile in a conservative, minimally invasive way!

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Why do I need Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

The need for full mouth reconstruction may result from:

  • Teeth lost due to decay or trauma.
  • Teeth that have been damaged.
  • Occasional jaw pain after adjustments to the bite.
  • Teeth that have become severely worn down as a result of long-term acid erosion or grinding

Designing of Full Mouth Rehabilitation

If you have a damaged, infected, or missing tooth, diseased gums, periodontal treatment is usually required. When we examine your mouth, we will see if full mouth reconstruction is necessary.

About half of all cases involve all teeth in the mouth (including both upper and lower arch), but every case is unique and depends on the clinical situation. 

  • You can have any number of crowns that cover, protect, and restore your teeth.
  • Dental implants are a long-term solution for tooth replacement.
  • If you want to improve the appearance of multiple teeth at once, you might consider porcelain veneers.

TMJ treatment helps relieve jaw discomfort by ensuring your bite is functional and pain-free.

Frequently Asked Question Answers

DOES FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION HELP ME IMPROVE THE LOOK OF MY SMILE, TOO?

Restoring significant damage will almost always yield a more esthetically pleasing smile. For instance, replacing missing teeth, addressing gum disease, removing decay and placing fillings, and covering damaged teeth with beautiful crowns – these restorative treatments will result in a better-looking smile.

HOW DO YOU DECIDE IF I NEED FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION TO IMPROVE MY ORAL HEALTH?

To determine the appropriate treatment for your mouth, we’ll need to examine you in person. By visually inspecting your mouth and using digital X-rays, we can discover whether a single treatment will resolve your teeth’s problems or if multiple treatments are necessary.

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