Full-Mouth Rehabilitation in Doylestown, PA
Full mouth rehabilitation combines a number of treatments to restore the health and appearance of your smile. As prosthodontists, we are the experts in smile makeovers! We can rejuvenate your smile by restoring it both esthetically and functionally.
Full mouth rehabilitation refers to the process of revitalizing a person’s entire smile. This treatment is geared toward people with a collapsed bite, multiple missing teeth, severely worn teeth, birth defects, teeth with severe breakdown, and/or complex conditions. Full mouth rehabilitation combines both scientific principles and esthetics to create and restore a beautiful, healthy smile. Our team of specialists works together harmoniously to achieve the best esthetic result and our prosthodontists serve as the overall team leaders to ensure the best continuity of care.
Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Treatment Options
Full mouth rehabilitation can be one of the most complex treatment options available. This treatment could refer to everything from full mouth crowns to implant supported bridges. There are many different aspects of this treatment that take extensive planning and consideration. With such complexity, a specialist is necessary to achieve the best possible results.
- Dental Decay – Treatment depends on the extent and location of decay. Tooth-colored fillings are strong and blend in with the natural color of your tooth. Inlays and onlays are a more durable alternative to dental bonding, as well as a conservative option to dental crowns. Crowns may be used when decay is severe and the tooth needs to be strengthened and protected.
- Dental Erosion –If your teeth show signs of significant wear or erosion, we offer treatments that strengthen and protect the remaining structure and health of your teeth.Dental crowns are designed to cap a tooth damaged by erosion or decay. Tooth-colored composites build up damaged teeth using a process called dental bonding, which can also be used to repair cracked, chipped, or fractured teeth.
- Missing Teeth – We have several options for replacing missing teeth that will restore function and improve your appearance. Dental implants are a standalone tooth replacement that mimic the appearance and function of a natural tooth. We can use dental implants to replace one or several missing teeth.Implants are also an effective solution for stabilizing bridges and dentures. Dentures can be used if you’re missing several teeth, and implant-supported dentures provide the ultimate level of comfort and convenience.
We tailor every treatment plan to rebuild your smile to fit your needs. If necessary, we will work together with specialists so you can always expect the highest level of quality care possible.
We Listen to Your Concerns
Our team will consider all aspects of your dental health and the goals you’d like to achieve so we can develop a treatment plan that addresses all your needs. We are not satisfied until you love your healthy, restored smile.
The first step to restoring your oral health with full mouth rehabilitation is to make an appointment at our dental office for a dental evaluation. We will evaluate your smile for signs of disease and decay and recommend the treatment protocol that is ideal for you.