Full Mouth Rehabilitation
It’s never too late to have a healthy smile that looks and feels great.
Trauma, neglect, and misalignment can all lead to a broken down smile that could leave you feeling hopeless about your oral health and your appearance. Decay, broken teeth, gum disease, and an improperly functioning bite can make it difficult to chew, eliminating many of your favorite foods from your diet.
At our Long Island City dental office, we take a full-mouth approach to treating the most complex dental cases with the goal of restoring both comfortable function and esthetics.
What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
To optimize the health of the entire mouth, full mouth rehabilitation combines cosmetic and restorative dentistry to promote the strength, beauty, and function of a your smile. With special consideration given to the condition of teeth, gums, and your bite, as well as sophisticated tracking of jaw movements, a suitable groundwork is established for customized treatment planning.
Full mouth rehabilitation requires advanced knowledge, skills, and precision as Dr. Mapes brings a segmented approach to each case. To plan each case, thorough evaluation is required, which may include x-rays, photographs, impressions of your jaws, and models of your bite. Though full mouth rehabilitation is often a lengthy process involving many treatment phases, the end result is exceptionally strong teeth and a dazzling smile.
Dr. Mapes combines state-of-the-art training in implantology, oral surgery, endodontics, prosthodontics, orthodontics, and smile design with compassion and the highest quality of patient care, giving him a unique capability to transform our patients' smiles. If you are suffering from missing teeth, advanced cavities or periodontal (gum) disease, misaligned teeth, malocclusion (poor bite alignment), jaw pain, bone degradation, or teeth that are severely stained, Dr. Mapes and the team invite you to begin the journey to rebuilding your smile at Court Square Dentistry.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Procedures
Full mouth rehabilitation awards patients with a new, vibrant smile and surge of self-confidence. But from a functional standpoint, those seeking full mouth rehabilitation often need it to improve their ability to eat, drink, and speak, not to mention to eliminate jaw pain. Any or all of the following procedures may be part of treatment:
- Dental bridges
- Root canals
- Dental crowns
- Dental implants
- Inlays or onlays
- Professional teeth whitening
- Gum or bone grafts
At Court Square Dentistry, we understand that full mouth rehabilitation is extensive, requiring much planning and preparation. That's why Dr. Mapes and our entire team go above and beyond to ensure patient safety, comfort, and satisfaction.
Contact Us to Learn More about Full-Mouth Dentistry
Are you wondering how full mouth rehabilitation can transform your smile and your life? Contact Court Square Dentistry today to arrange a consultation with Dr. Ian Mapes, Dr. Filza Jamil, or Dr. Heather Beatty and take the first important step toward your best smile.