Restore Your Smile with Full-Mouth Rehabilitations
You can wipe up spilled milk, replace a broken computer part, and even heal a broken bone. What may seem insurmountable is a set of broken and heavily damaged teeth. Do not let widespread dental damage overwhelm you.
Whether your smile has a compromised aesthetic or depleted health, full-mouth rehabilitation can help restore it to what it was before. Consider the possibilities for repairing your oral aesthetic and improving your dental health with a full-mouth rehabilitation.
Call the team at DNA Dental to learn more about a full-mouth rehabilitation today.
What Does Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Involve?
Dr. Timin may recommend a full-mouth rehabilitation if you show widespread damage to your teeth. The sources of damage can be from external trauma or decay as a result of gum disease. Regardless of the cause, full mouth reconstruction will ensure uniformity of appearance and condition for your teeth.
Depending on the complexity and severity of damage, the procedure may require various dental treatment methods to help protect the internal structure of your teeth and gums. Dr. Timin may repair some teeth with crowns, some with veneers, and others with fillings.
Full-mouth rehabilitation is treated on a case-by-case process since the needs of patients can vastly differ. Dr. Timin will take time to assess your overall oral health to decide on a course of action best suited to address your situation.
The individualized nature of this procedure may require you to schedule several appointments so Dr. Timin and her team can comprehensively cover each damaged area of your mouth. The final result will help you enjoy smiling again while strengthening and fortifying your healthy oral tissues and tooth structures.
What Should I Do to Prepare for the Procedure?
Before the procedure, Dr. Timin and her team will take impressions and various images of your teeth and bite. This ensures the crowns, veneers, or dentures will fit uniformly in your mouth.
Dr. Timin encourages patients not to worry and focus on the beauty of the final result. Patients who require full-mouth rehabilitation may be experiencing chronic pain in the gums and acute pain when chewing. Before your procedure, remember that full-mouth rehabilitation is going to not only restore the appearance of your teeth, but it will build a smile that will last.
What Can I Expect During the Procedure?
If you feel anxiety about going to the dentist, you are not alone. Millions of Americans experience dental anxiety and avoid going to the dentist for fear of judgment.
At DNA Dental, you will not find judgment or negativity. We are not concerned with putting patients down or making them feel guilty about their circumstances. Instead, our primary focus is building trust and making our patients feel comfortable.
Full-mouth rehabilitation will help restore your confidence in your smile. If you are unsure if you require full-mouth rehabilitation or want to evaluate the available options for dental treatment, we welcome you to reach out to Dr. Timin and her team. Call DNA Dental today to schedule an appointment at (214) 295-9270