Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Cosmetic Smile Makeover
A Smile Makeover is a multi-step process involving many different types of cosmetic dentistry procedures to improve both the health and the appearance of your smile.
Depending on the degree of tooth damage, any of the following dental treatments may be used:
- Porcelain veneers
- Dental crowns
- Dental implants
- Tooth bonding
- Tooth-colored fillings
- Dental bridges
- Periodontal Treatments
- Endodontic Treatments
After a thorough evaluation with one of our cosmetic dentists, you and your dentists will create a step by step treatment plan for your makeover. The specific order of treatments will be outlined and explained during the evaluation.
A smile makeover can require multiple visits to the dentist office and can possibly take as long as 12 months. But at the end of this process, your mouth work better and look and feel great!
Full Mouth Reconstruction
with Dental Implants
Full mouth reconstruction can return health, proper function and the pleasure of eating to patients whose dental concerns have impacted their ability to eat or their self esteem and social interaction. Reconstruction can be an effective treatment when teeth no longer fit together correctly, also called a malocclusion, or when multiple teeth have been missing for a long time. Missing teeth may become loose, even with regular chewing, and may lead to premature tooth loss and subsequent bite collapse.
Our doctors will perform a thorough clinical examination to evaluate the patient’s existing dental condition and correlating jaw muscles and joints. If full mouth reconstruction is necessary, six to eight implants can typically restore the whole dentition. Our doctors employ only the most advanced implant materials, bone graft materials, and they only work with the finest laboratories and technicians.
The scope of implant supported full mouth rehabilitation includes the following reconstructive work:
- Dental implant placements
- Bone Grafting
- Sinus Augmentation
- Tissue Grafting
- Smile Design
- Implant supported Crowns/Bridges
- Implant supported Fixed Hybrid Prosthesis
- Implant supported Overdentures