Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitations are done not just for cosmetic reasons, but more often to restore missing teeth, tooth function and speech.

Full-mouth reconstruction may be required for patients with TMJ disorders, multiple missing teeth, extensively damaged teeth, bite abnormalities, crooked or crowded teeth, advanced gum disease, inability to chew properly, and compromised aesthetics. Full-mouth reconstruction restores the teeth and the bite and the proper support of the facial structures with the help of a combination of dental implants, tooth bonding, veneers, fillings, crowns, dentures and removable or fixed bridges. Our goal is to rebuild a smile that will serve you well for the rest of your life.