Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Periodontics & Dental Implants located in Weston, FL, serving Broward County and all of South Florida

Full Mouth Rehabilitation services offered in Weston, FL

Full mouth rehabilitation focuses on rebuilding your smile; fixing the health and cosmetic issues that affect your teeth and mouth. At Dental Implant Specialists of Florida in Weston, Florida, Tamir Segal, DMD, and Marcela Cardona, DDS, specialize in full mouth rehabilitation, customizing plans to match the individual needs of their patients. To find out more about full mouth rehabilitation, call the office or schedule an appointment online today.

What is full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation uses various restorative dental treatments to fix or rebuild your smile. 

Dental Implant Specialists of Florida is a specialty practice with experts in periodontics and prosthodontics. They diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate oral health to improve function and appearance. 

When it comes to full mouth rehabilitation, the Dental Implant Specialists of Florida team customizes your plan to match your individual needs and goals. 

Am I a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation?

Dental Implant Specialists of Florida provides dental care for a wide range of tooth, gum, and jawbone conditions. The specialists may consider you a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation if you have one or more of the following:

  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues
  • Bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Locked jaw
  • Constant jaw clicking
  • Missing teeth
  • Broken, chipped, or cracked teeth
  • Worn out teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Jaw dislocation

The goal of a full mouth rehabilitation is to rebuild and restore teeth in the upper and lower jaw. 

What does full mouth rehabilitation entail?

Your provider at Dental Implant Specialists of Florida conducts a thorough examination when you come in for a full mouth rehabilitation. They want to fully understand your concerns and goals. 

During your initial consultation, your provider looks at your:

Teeth

They evaluate the condition of your teeth, looking for broken, decayed, or worn-out teeth that might benefit from restorative dental care.

Gums

Your provider takes a look at your gums for signs of gum disease. Before having any restorative work, they must treat that infection. 

Jaw joints and muscles

They also examine jaw joints and muscles to assess movement and function and the stability of your bite.

Aesthetics

Your provider examines the color, shape, and size of your teeth in relation to your gums and lips. 

They take all the information gathered during your initial consultation to create your personalized full mouth rehabilitation plan. They explain the steps they need to take to help you reach your oral health goals. Your full mouth rehabilitation plan may include any number of treatments, such as dental implants, crowns, porcelain veneers, or teeth whitening.

What are the benefits of full mouth rehabilitation?

A full mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive restorative process that benefits your whole health. It addresses both the oral health problems and aesthetic issues that affect your teeth, gums, and jaw. It’s a complete reconstruction of your mouth.

To schedule your full mouth rehabilitation appointment, call Dental Implant Specialists of Florida or book an appointment online today.

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