Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Decades of use sometimes leave the teeth worn and decayed to the point that something needs to be done to rejuvenate your smile.
Whether it is worn down enamel, decay, discoloration, or whatever problems that can come, things can reach a point that it is no longer healthy to let your mouth stay as it is.
With teeth, decay and discoloration can happen slowly, so that one day you wake up and find that your bite is incorrect, giving you headaches, and on top of it all, you’re hesitant to smile. It may be time to consider a full mouth rehabilitation to get things back on track.
The reasons for a full mouth rehabilitation don’t have to be purely cosmetic. Looks are important for self confidence and first impressions, but you need a functional set of teeth. Teeth that are ground down can lead to bite issues and jaw pain. Bite problems can lead to headaches. Many patients who get a comprehensive treatment for their smile no longer experience these headaches and jaw pain.
Furthermore, if the enamel on your teeth is worn down, this can leave the teeth unguarded from decay that can lead to serious dental problems.
Here are some of the things that can be done with a full mouth rehabilitation:

  • Excessive wear from grinding.
  • Correct past dental work
  • Improve the vertical dimension of your teeth.
  • Correct bite issues
  • Correct structural problems
  • Improve color

The process is usually different for each person, because the dental issues are unique. But usually, a full mouth rehabilitation involves veneers, replacing crowns, removing decay, and improving bite.
Feeling confident about your smile isn’t just about having teeth that look good. A full mouth rehabilitation will make your teeth reliable and functional for many years to come. Feel confident about the health of your smile.

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