Has your oral health fallen victim to injury, decay, neglect, or disease?
Some dental problems, such as missing teeth due to trauma or decay, require a full-mouth reconstruction – also called full-mouth rehabilitation or full-mouth restoration. It involves rebuilding or restoring all your teeth in both upper and lower jaws. A full-mouth restoration can be an extensive process and involve multiple phases and office visits. Dr. Wehle has the expertise to handle the most advanced requirements and can make the entire process as comfortable and convenient as possible for you, the patient.
Uniquely Qualified to Meet All your Dental Implant Needs – All in One Office.
Danielle Wehle, DDS
No Matter Your Symptoms, Dr. Wehle Can Ensure You Recapture a Healthy, Functional Smile
With a full-mouth reconstruction we design a new smile for our patients. We fix their aesthetic concerns and their function concerns as well.
- Dr. Danielle Wehle
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What Is Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?
Regardless of why your teeth and oral health have deteriorated, Dr. Wehle can give you a strong, healthy, vibrant smile again through full-mouth reconstruction. At your visit, the doctor may take radiographs, examine your teeth, review your existing dental work, check occlusion (how upper and lower teeth fit together), and learn about your overall oral health. This information will allow Dr. Wehle to understand your situation and how to help you.
Esthetics are also an important consideration in planning a full-mouth reconstruction. Dr. Wehle will look at the shape, size, color, and proportion of your teeth, and take into account your gums, mouth, lips, and face.
These are some procedures that may be involved in a full-mouth restoration:
Prophylactic teeth cleaning and gum care
Preparation of your natural tooth structure before veneers, crowns, or bridges can be placed
Crown lengthening to render healthy tooth structure available for possible bridges or crowns
Positioning of temporary restorations with the purpose of getting comfortable with your new teeth and the feel of your new occlusion or mouth
Installing permanent restorations, such as inlays/onlays, crowns, bridges, or veneers
Shaping of the gum tissue to produce harmony and balance in your smile
Braces that will help shift your teeth into the best possible position for reconstruction
Replacement of missing teeth with dental implants and restoration
Grafting of bone or soft tissue to improve the stability of your teeth, planned implants, and/or other restorations
Who should consider Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?
Those likely to benefit from full-mouth rehabilitation include people who want to eliminate pain, improve function, or replace teeth and want to restore beauty, comfort, and function. A full-mouth reconstruction can even provide a more youthful appearance.
If you’re considering full-mouth reconstruction, get in touch with Dr. Wehle today to arrange a consultation. The doctor will speak with you in depth about your dental history, your requirements and concerns and explain all your treatment options to you so can come to an informed decision. Call today to find out more about our full-mouth reconstruction services.