Benefits of Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Florida Prosthodontics

If you have dental imperfections like missing or damaged teeth, crooked or stained teeth, misaligned bites, or jaw pain, you may be in need of full mouth rehabilitation. This process can drastically turn your dental health around in the right direction, especially with the help of a high quality dental office. 

Full mouth reconstruction involves multiple restoration treatments, each tailored to improve a patient’s oral appearance and function. Our dentists will evaluate your overall health and bite to devise a comprehensive treatment plan. 

Improved Oral Health

Dental care is important for your health and wellbeing. It can prevent serious issues from affecting your health. For instance, teeth misalignments and jaw pain may cause headaches, snoring, and sleep apnea.

When these issues are corrected, you will be able to live a more comfortable life. Additionally, you will feel more attractive and confident about your smile.

Full mouth dental care is a comprehensive treatment that includes multiple dental procedures and treatments to improve oral health. It’s often recommended for patients who have several dental issues, including tooth decay, gum disease, or a TMJ disorder.

The treatment plan will optimize each part of your mouth, including teeth, gums, and bite. In addition, it will also involve repositioning your jaw to prevent snoring and sleep apnea.

A Younger Appearance

Getting your mouth restored with full mouth rehabilitation can not only give you a more youthful appearance, but it can also make you feel more confident about yourself. It will eliminate pain you might be experiencing due to damaged teeth, and it can help you eat your favorite foods again.

The oral system is complex and must work together in harmony to function properly. When any of the parts break down, it affects all the others.

When you come in for a consultation, your dentist will take X-rays and examine your teeth and gums to determine what procedures are best for you. They will also consider your occlusion (the way upper and lower teeth fit together) and the esthetic (color, shape, size and proportion) of your teeth.

Improved Self-Esteem

If your teeth have suffered severe damage due to tooth grinding, gum disease or dental accidents you may benefit from full mouth rehabilitation. This extensive cosmetic procedure restores the health of your mouth structures including your gums, jaw bone and muscles.

The main benefits include improved oral health, a brighter smile and more self-confidence when you do the things that matter most. You’ll feel more comfortable when chewing and drinking, smiling and speaking and putting your best foot forward with friends and family.

Having the correct oral function is also essential for maintaining a healthy body, which lowers your risk for chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. Keeping your oral health in tip-top shape with regular brushing, flossing and dental visits will help to reduce the likelihood of developing these conditions.

More Comfort

For many people, crooked, discolored, and missing teeth can be a source of discomfort. They may have difficulty chewing certain foods, and they may find it difficult to speak. These problems can also affect a person’s self-esteem and confidence.

Full mouth rehabilitation can provide more comfort and peace of mind for many patients by addressing all of these issues at one time. This type of treatment is typically much faster, safer, and more efficient than tackling each problem individually.

For more information on our dental care along with our services, be sure to visit the rest of our website where we go into detail on what we provide our clients. To schedule an appointment or if you have any questions, give us a call at 407-636-9645

FInd Out if Full Mouth Rehabilitation is the RIght Treatment Plan for You

We all hope to get a clean bill of health at the dentist during our bi-yearly cleaning. Maintaining your oral health with proper at-home dental care is a great way to ensure that happens! While proper care reduces your chances of having oral health problems, things can still go wrong. 

You may only need to repair a small chip from accidentally biting a fork, or maybe require a full mouth rehabilitation. We are experienced in helping our patients through a range of dental problems. 

Accidents can cause facial trauma and knock teeth out. Teeth grinding often occurs during  sleep without you ever knowing; this causes worn teeth, which leads to other problems down the road. 

Some aspects of your oral health are within your control and some are not. Whether it’s a single tooth replacement or a full smile makeover we have a dental treatment plan that will get your teeth looking and feeling their best. 

Let’s explore some common dental issues that our patients experience and what treatment options are available to resolve them.  

  • Gum disease is a common yet avoidable condition. It is also very serious if left untreated. Early signs present with red, swollen, or bleeding gums, and can eventually lead to tooth loss. Diagnosing symptoms early may only require scaling and root planing, or may require surgery for severe cases. 
  • Minor chips, cracks, or decay aren’t always dangerous, but they can lead to a tooth infection that is. Receiving proper periodontal treatment as soon as possible is critical to avoiding the need for root canals.
  • Discoloration in your teeth doesn’t necessarily spell trouble for your physical health, but   it plays an important role in self confidence and a sense of well being. Teeth whitening is often all that is needed to correct discolored teeth; sometimes however, more involved cosmetic dentistry is required, such as porcelain veneers. 
  • Dental implants have advanced significantly since they were first introduced in 1965. In the event of facial trauma or severe tooth decay, implants provide dental restoration that can be customized for one tooth or an entire arch of missing teeth.

A lot of common dental problems can happen simultaneously. If you feel overwhelmed when you think about addressing so many issues at once, we’re here to help. If you are a candidate for a full mouth rehabilitation we ensure the process is as easy and painless as possible.

Some of the procedures performed during a full mouth rehabilitation can include: teeth whitening, implant placement, root canals, gum recontouring, or grafting. 

Two to three appointments are usually all that are needed for a full mouth rehabilitation. Some procedures may not require any down time at all, while others can take a few months before full recovery. We will ensure that you are healing properly during follow up appointments until you are fully recovered.

Give us a call to schedule a consultation and we’ll walk you through the best options so you can feel confident about your dental treatment plan!  Merritt Island (321) 452-3388 Melbourne/Suntree (321) 259-9207 Orlando (407) 636-9645