Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Today’s dental specialists are helping more and more patients take control of their oral health with highly individualized full mouth rehabilitation, which increases self-confidence and quality of life.
Through a unique combination of cosmetic and restorative dentistry, treatment plans are designed to restore health, beauty, and function to the entire mouth.
A Comprehensive Plan Based on Your Needs
Full mouth rehabilitation uses a systematic approach that takes into consideration the current condition of teeth, gum tissues, the temporomandibular jaw joint, and muscles as well as a study of the proportion of teeth to gums, lips, and mouth.
Initial planning consists of gathering specific information and records, including x-rays, photographs, impressions, and a model of the patient's bite. Though the process may be extensive, involving many phases and different treatment procedures, the end result is an exceptionally functioning bite and teeth and a dazzling smile you’ll be proud of.
With advanced training in implant dentistry, endodontics, oral surgery, prosthodontics, smile design, and orthodontics, Dr. Mapes possesses the skills and artistry to craft the smile you’ve always wanted – not to mention his unique capability to transform smiles with compassion and the highest quality of patient care.
If you are suffering from missing or broken teeth, advanced gum disease or tooth decay, insufficient gum tissues, TMJ disorder, or previous dental work that has failed, the journey to rebuilding your smile begins at Williamsburg Smile Design.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Procedures
From an esthetic standpoint, full mouth rehabilitation produces dramatic results, giving patients a new, beautiful smile. While obtaining an award-winning smile is a great benefit, patients seeking full mouth rehabilitation typically also need it to eliminate jaw pain while improving their ability to eat, drink, and speak.
Any or a combination of the following procedures may be part of your unique treatment plan:
- Periodontal care (preventative measures to protect teeth against disease)
- Root planing and scaling to treat existing periodontal disease
- Orthognathic surgery (repositioning the jaw)
- Inlays or onlays
- Root canal therapy to eliminate infection and pain
- Dental implants
- Bone or tissue grafts in the event that bone tissue or gum tissue has been lost
Full mouth rehabilitation is often completed in phases, which helps our patients plan for it and more comfortably fit treatment into their budgets, schedules, and lifestyle.
We invite you to take the first step towards your new smile by scheduling your consultation at Williamsburg Smile Design. We will take the time to discuss your goals for your smile and your concerns about your teeth, and together we will create a plan that meets your needs and helps you reclaim your oral health.
Contact us today for an appointment. We can help you have a healthy, vibrant smile for years to come.