Transform Your Smile
Damaged teeth can lead to huge consequences for your health, in addition to hurting your appearance. If your teeth are affecting your ability to eat, speak, and smile, Dr. Smith can protect your oral health with a full mouth rehabilitation.
What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
A full mouth rehabilitation combines multiple procedures to strengthen your teeth and restore your smile. The specific procedures can vary depending on the patient and their specific needs. Some of the most common issues this treatment can fix include:
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Broken or missing teeth
- Decayed teeth/cavities
- Shifting teeth
As previously stated, the treatments used in a full mouth rehabilitation can vary depending on your needs. Some of the most common treatments include:
- Root Canals/Fillings — If you have one or more dental cavities, we can protect your teeth with fillings. We also offer root canals to treat teeth with infected pulp tissue.
Porcelain Inlays/Onlays — A stronger alternative to traditional fillings, inlays and onlays are made from a composite material and cemented into or onto your tooth. They restore full strength to your tooth and can last up to thirty years.
Tooth Extractions — If you have a tooth that’s severely damaged, it can put your surrounding teeth at risk. To prevent your health from deteriorating, we can extract the tooth and replace it.
Porcelain Crowns — Crowns are small caps that fit over your tooth to restore its strength and appearance. They’re made from durable, tooth-colored porcelain to provide you with a stunning smile that will last for years.
Dental Bridges — If you have multiple adjacent teeth missing, a dental bridge is the most convenient solution. They’re durable, affordable, and secured by your surrounding teeth for a stable restoration.
Dental Implants — The ultimate achievement in restorative dentistry, dental implants are the only tooth replacement that stimulates healthy jawbone growth to improve your health, in addition to restoring your smile. They look and function just like natural teeth, and they can last a lifetime with proper care.
The Benefits of Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Some people aren’t particularly concerned about missing or damaged teeth, seeing it as nothing more than a cosmetic issue. However, the truth is that your oral health plays an important role in your overall health, and not seeking treatment for dental problems can result in huge consequences.
Missing teeth can lead to jawbone deterioration, causing premature wrinkling, hollowed out cheeks, and a misaligned bite. Empty tooth sockets are also a breeding ground for harmful bacteria, significantly increasing your chances of developing gum disease. Worst of all, these bacteria can travel to your arteries and trigger cardiovascular issues, such as heart disease and strokes.
By visiting our practice for a full mouth rehabilitation treatment, you can avoid all these issues and improve your smile at the same time.