If you are facing multiple dental issues, such as decayed, damaged, or missing teeth, gum problems, and bite misalignment, a full mouth restoration could be the transformative solution you need. Full mouth restoration, also known as full mouth rehabilitation or reconstruction, is a comprehensive and personalized dental treatment that aims to restore your smile, oral function, and overall oral health.
At Inverness Smiles: John Aiken, DMD, our dentist personalizes the full mouth restoration treatment plan for each patient to best suit their needs and preferences. These customized plans can include various treatments and procedures, such as dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, teeth whitening, and more. The primary goal of a full mouth restoration is to create a balanced, healthy, and beautiful smile that enhances your appearance and quality of life.
The Benefits of Full Mouth Restorations
Full mouth restorations address various dental issues in one treatment plan, making them a convenient and efficient option for those with multiple oral health concerns.
Restoring damaged or missing teeth improves chewing and speaking abilities, enhancing your ability to enjoy your favorite foods and communicate clearly.
A full mouth restoration can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile, boosting your self-confidence and allowing you to smile freely without hesitation.
Improved Oral Health
Treating gum disease, decay, and other dental problems during restoration helps preserve your oral health and prevent future complications.
The Full Mouth Restoration Process
The process begins with a thorough examination, including X-rays, impressions, and digital scans to assess the condition of your teeth, gums, and jaw.
Our dentist will work closely with you to develop a tailored treatment plan, considering your needs, goals, and budget.
The procedures involved in a full mouth restoration may include dental crowns, bridges, dental implants, veneers, inlays, onlays, gum disease treatment, root canal therapy, orthodontics, and more.
In some cases, temporary restorations may be placed while the permanent ones are being crafted to ensure comfort and functionality throughout treatment.
Your permanent restorations are placed once all the dental work is completed, creating a beautifully renewed smile.
Maintenance and Follow-up
Regular dental check-ups and proper oral hygiene practices are essential to maintain the longevity of your restored smile.
Full mouth restoration is a life-changing dental treatment that offers comprehensive solutions for individuals facing many oral health issues. To learn more about full mouth restoration, visit Inverness Smiles: John Aiken, DMD, at 5291 Valleydale Rd, Suite 129, Birmingham, AL 35242, or call (205) 995-3989 and book an appointment.