Full-mouth rehabilitation is an exhaustive and strategic treatment approach that uses a variety of restorative and cosmetic solutions to take care of numerous dental needs at once. Whether you have multiple missing teeth or several weak, broken, or damaged teeth, Neal Acharya, DDS, and the experienced team at Arbor Dental Group can restore your beautiful smile and help you achieve optimal oral health. Call their Buffalo Grove, Illinois, office or click online to book an appointment today.
Full-mouth rehabilitation, also known as full-mouth reconstruction, uses a series of carefully planned restorative procedures and cosmetic treatments to reestablish optimal oral function and appearance to a patient who has extensive dental needs.
As a comprehensive solution to a wide range of dental concerns, full-mouth rehabilitation is often the best approach for men and women who find themselves dealing with several serious dental problems at once, such as:
The overriding goal of full-mouth rehabilitation is to recreate a beautiful smile while restoring optimal health and function to your teeth, gums, and bite.
Much of the groundwork that’s required in full-mouth rehabilitation involves replacing lost teeth or restoring full function and appearance to damaged teeth. Depending on your personal dental needs, the team at Arbor Dental Group may suggest one or more of the following prosthetic solutions:
Implants are artificial tooth roots made of biocompatible titanium. After they’re surgically set in your jawbone, they’re capped off with a custom-fitted artificial tooth, or porcelain crown, that’s designed to match your natural teeth.
A fixed dental bridge is a simple prosthetic restoration designed to fill the gaps created by one or more missing teeth. Because it’s cemented into place using your natural teeth on either side for support, a bridge is an ideal solution for patients who can’t receive implants.
This removable dental appliance may be the best option for patients who’ve lost most or all of their teeth. Complete dentures replace a full set of top or bottom teeth, while partial dentures replace a few missing teeth.
In addition to replacing missing teeth, full-mouth rehabilitation may also include a variety of cosmetic dental procedures to restore damaged teeth and improve dental aesthetics. The team at Arbor Dental Group may recommend:
Full-mouth rehabilitation can also address underlying maxillofacial issues that affect your oral health. This may include deep cleaning (scaling and root planing) to treat advanced gum disease, or bone grafting to correct insufficient jawbone structure.
To find out how the full-mouth rehabilitation experts at Arbor Dental Group can help you, call their Buffalo Grove office today or use the easy online tool to schedule a visit any time.