Revitalize Your Smile with Comprehensive Full Mouth Rehabilitation
When you’ve had facial trauma, extensive tooth decay, or long-term wear on your teeth, your smile and your confidence may suffer. Our office, Restora Dental Arts in Austin, Texas, offers full mouth rehabilitation to restore the appearance and health of your smile. For a consultation regarding customized full mouth rehabilitation, call the office or request an appointment online today.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Q & A
Full mouth rehabilitation, also called full mouth restoration or full mouth reconstruction, is a comprehensive, personalized dental procedure that rebuilds and restores your upper and lower jaw. Your full mouth rehabilitation is an extended process that requires multiple advanced dental procedures.
Full mouth restoration is specific to you and your dental needs. Dr. Olson creates a customized full mouth restoration plan that allows her to correct multiple problems at once. Your plan may take several months to complete, but your end result is well worth the time and effort.
Typically, full mouth rehabilitation is necessary to protect your overall health and stop the progression of oral and dental disease. While cosmetic dental work may be part of your restoration plan, your health, rather than your appearance, is the primary concern.
You may need full mouth rehabilitation if you have dental conditions such as:
- Extensive tooth decay
- Missing or broken teeth
- Long-term wear
- Facial trauma
- Severe misalignment
If you have jaw pain or chronic headaches, a full mouth restoration may help improve the underlying problems causing those issues. Dr. Olson takes time to help you understand why full mouth rehabilitation is the best dental option for you.
Your personalized full mouth rehabilitation may involve several procedures, including:
- Root canal
- Teeth cleaning
- Sealant placement
- Dental implants or implant restoration
- Periodontal cleaning and follow-up care
- Infection or abscess treatment
- Crown restoration
- Jaw alignment
- Gum restoration or repair
- Correcting misshapen teeth
- Crowns or veneers
- Invisalign® or other alignment devices
Full mouth rehabilitation takes place in phases, with weeks or months between procedures. The timing and order of each procedure take into account that your gums, teeth, and bones may need to heal before moving on to the next phase of your plan.
Before you begin your full mouth restoration, Dr. Olson allows you the opportunity to express any concerns and ask any questions you may have.
For a consultation and to plan your full mouth rehabilitation, call our office or schedule an appointment online today.