The demand for higher quality cosmetic dentistry has seen tremendous growth over the past decade.
At Tiger Smile Family Dentistry, we respond to this demand by offering nothing but the best dental services.
We offer full mouth rehabilitation, an extensive procedure that requires a team of dental specialists to work in cohesion to bring back your natural smile and improve your overall oral health.
The procedure involves a complicated process of rebuilding or restoring all the teeth in the upper and lower jaws.
In most cases, general and restorative dentists begin the process by creating crowns, bridges, or veneers.
Dental specialists including periodontists, orthodontists, and endodontists, along with very experienced labs, also perform the necessary services. Although it still depends on your needs.
Full mouth reconstruction is usually recommended for patients with:
• Missing teeth due to trauma or decay
• Injured or fractured teeth
• Worn out teeth caused by acid erosion or grinding
• Discomfort in the jaw muscles
Many people who may need a full mouth reconstruction do not realize that they need it.
Several oral health problems may be present without showing any symptoms. We recommend visiting us for regular checkups so that we can detect the earliest signs of dental issues before they get worse.
The primary goal of this procedure is to restore function while at the same time improving esthetics.
In most cases, patients that go through a full mouth rehab suffer from the following:
There are also cases in which in-born medical conditions cause several problems with the mouth.
If you think you’re a candidate for a full mouth rehab, our dentists will work with you to provide proper diagnosis and treatment.
A comprehensive exam determines the scope of the problem and identifies the treatment options.
At Tiger Smile Family Dentistry, we examine the condition of the following:
1) Teeth. We’ll examine the condition of your teeth to help us identify the restorative procedures that best fit your needs. Our dentists will pay particular attention to any cavities or decay, cracks, root canal issues, tooth movement, and tooth wear.
Some of the most common procedures include porcelain veneers, full-coverage crowns, bridges, implants, and inlays. They are usually combined for the most optimal result.
2) Gums. Your periodontal tissues will also be checked because gum health can lead to a wealth of oral problems.
Unhealthy gums usually call for scaling and root planing.
3) Temporomandibular joints. Many people underestimate the importance of a stable bite improving oral health.
A stable bite is characterized by closing the mouth or chewing without feeling any pain or causing wear on the teeth. Your bite affects the positioning of your TMJ and also all of your facial muscles. If there is not a proper bite, it can cause chronic pain.
4) Aesthetics. The appearance of your teeth is examined as well. This involves their color, shape, size, and proportion.
But other than the teeth themselves we’ll also look at the appearance relative to your lips, mouth, gums, side profile, and face.
All these factors play an important role in helping us plan a custom plan based on the unique conditions of your teeth.
Since this process is extensive and involves the reconstruction of your teeth, gums, and jaw muscles, expect to pay a higher price compared to traditional dental procedures.
The cost of full mouth rehabilitation depends on the extent of damage and the services you need to correct them, so pricing varies from patient to patient.
Tiger Smile Family Dentistry understands that you may be working on a limited budget. Feel free to reach out to us about any concerns about finances. You will receive a consultation about the entire procedure during your exam before moving onto treatment so that you can plan and discuss financing options.
You should settle for nothing but the best when it comes to full mouth rehabilitation.
Tiger Smile Family Dentistry has worked with many patients for years. We help regain confidence by giving back their natural smile.
Equipped with the latest tools and technology, we ensure to deliver quality treatment options. We use x-rays, CT scans, and muscle scans to determine where you need to be restored – where you will feel good AND look good. We also use the most experienced lab technicians that specialize in full mouth rehab cases.
Feel free to give us a call and schedule an initial consultation. We’ll conduct a comprehensive exam to begin the process of restoring your oral health.
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