Full Mouth Rehabilitation is a comprehensive and complex process
that involves restoring the teeth, bite, and muscles back
to their natural looking and youthful feeling condition. Look
younger - feel better. The end result is an enhanced appearance
that allows the patient to enjoy the confidence and attractiveness
you have always desired
Full Mouth Rehabilitation corrects imperfections in bite
position and enhances the appearance of the smile.Sometimes
more extensive dental treatment is necessary to return a smile
to proper form, function, and esthetics. Maybe the patient
has neglected themselves over the years, or has had dental
treatment performed by a collection of practitioners over
the years using different materials or techniques. These treatments
may now be breaking down or not functioning well with each
other. Gum disease, recurrent decay, bite changes, and old
worn out fillings may require more advanced rehabilitation.
Combining the science of Neuromuscular Dentistry with the
artistry of Cosmetic Dentistry, Full Mouth Rehabilitation
creates a smile that is functional, comfortable and beautiful.
This procedure corrects imperfections in bite position and
enhances the appearance properly align them. Jaw position
is typically corrected usinof the smile, like wornout, broken,discolored
or chipped teeth. Anyone with short, worn teeth or those that
are chipped and broken throughout the mouth would be an excellent
The goal of treatment is to the rebuild damaged teeth and
g a durable materials like ceramic crowns that fits over the
top of the teeth. Teeth can also be restored with veneers.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation creates a smile that is functional,
comfortable and beautiful.. Once determined, the jaw position
is corrected with the use of an splint (a virtually invisible
appliance that fits over the top of the lower teeth, gently
repositioning the jaw).After the proper jaw position is obtained,
the restoration can be done to give you a new smile .
• Teeth are worn, chipped or cracked.
• TMJ (temporomandibular joint )syndrome
• Frequent headaches or migraines.
• Dental restorations frequently crack, chip or break.
• Pain or soreness around my jaw joints.
• Clicking sounds in jaw joints.
• Limited jaw movement or have locking jaw.
• Unexplained congestion or stuffiness in ears and vertigo.
If you answer yes to any of the following statements, you
are a candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction:
- I do not have a proper bite
• I have TMJ (temporomandibular joint syndrome)
• I experience frequent headaches or migraines
• I have unexplained loose teeth
• My teeth are worn, chipped or cracked
• My dental restorations frequently crack, chip or break
• I have pain or soreness around my jaw joints
• I have pain in my teeth that seems to move around
• I have facial, neck, shoulder and/or back pain
• There are clicking or grating sounds in my jaw joints
• I experience limited jaw movement or have locking
• I have unexplained numbness in my fingers and arms
• I have unexplained congestion or stuffiness in my
• I have vertigo
We carefully evaluate each patient's personal circumstances
and clinical findings to develop a comprehensive treatment
plan to give you a beautiful smile. We will be happy to discuss
your dental needs with you