Full Mouth Rehabilitation
The need for full mouth reconstruction may be a consequence of:
- Extensive tooth decay
- Loss of several teeth
- Trauma or injury to the mouth, teeth, gums
- Severely worn or broken teeth because of tooth grinding, acid reflux, etc.
- Chronic headache, TMJ, or bite (occlusion) problems
- Extensive cosmetic enhancement
- Avoidance of regular dental care due to dental phobia
If you are interested in learning more about the benefits of full mouth reconstruction, do not hesitate to call our practice to schedule a complimentary consultation appointment. Dr. Malone and his dental staff will assist you in learning more about the various treatments available and can help you make the decision to make a positive change to your smile! Call his dental team and staff at 760-291-8454 today — you’ll be glad that you did!
To determine the treatment options that will be needed for full mouth rehabilitation, numerous aspects of the oral structure are examined:
The teeth will be examined for decay, wear, fractures, chips, length, tooth movement, root canal issues, and more. This will determine which options such as implants, veneers, crowns, bridges, fillings, and inlays or onlays will be needed.
If periodontal disease is present, it may need to be treated before further treatment can be done. Healthy gums are a necessary foundation for a newly restored smile.
Temporomandibular joints (TMJ) and occlusion
Orthodontics may be used if there is an affected bite. If the bite is not stable, it can result in jaw pain and cause the teeth to wear.
The proportion, shape, size, and color of the teeth as well as how look in relation to the gums, lips, and face are import factors in the process of full mouth rehabilitation.
Reconstruction can be accomplished in a relatively short time. However, if budgeting is a concern, treatment can be completed in PHASES over a period of weeks, months, or even years if necessary. The SEQUENCE of the treatment is often more important than the speed at which the treatment is completed. It is more important to do the RIGHT treatment rather than compromise quality.
We use the most advanced technologies and techniques to rebuild your teeth, gums and restore your chewing function. A restored mouth will give you renewed confidence and a beautiful, healthy smile. By using our treatment options and cosmetic restorative techniques, we can help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
Call us at 760-291-8454 for a consultation appointment. Dr. Malone will evaluate your mouth, learn what like and don’t like about your smile, and help determine a treatment plan that makes sense for your lifestyle.