Many people experience dental issues that are more complex than a single treatment can fix. Our board-certified oral surgeons and cosmetic dentists provide top-reviewed full mouth rehabilitation in New Jersey to provide great results for these complex cases.
We will evaluate your individual needs and develop the most effective treatment plan, bringing together dental restorative treatments, oral surgery, and other procedures to give you a beautiful smile and long-term oral health. A full mouth reconstruction can improve your quality of life significantly.
Full mouth reconstruction isn’t a single procedure but rather a process through which we develop and carry out treatment plans. This means that full mouth reconstruction could be suitable for a wide range of patients.
Individuals with missing teeth or worn down teeth are the most likely candidates for this type of dental care. If you’ve lost teeth due to tooth decay, disease, or trauma, a full mouth reconstruction will involve a series of procedures that will ultimately restore your smile and ability to chew any food you would like.
You don’t need to be missing all or most of your teeth to seek full mouth rehabilitation. The process focuses on all aspects of oral health, so anyone with missing teeth or worn down teeth can also benefit from the process.
The best way to find out whether full mouth reconstruction is right for you is to reach out for a consultation. We will evaluate your needs to determine the best course forward and can also help you deal with dental insurance or provide financing options so that you can access this important treatment.
A variety of restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry procedures could be incorporated into your full mouth rehabilitation. These procedures can serve to replace missing teeth or restore decayed or damaged teeth. The core of full mouth rehabilitation focuses on teeth restoration through conservative, noninvasive practices.
Dental implants are among the most versatile options to restore smiles and ensure oral health. Implants restore one, multiple, or all of your teeth. Titanium implant posts are surgically placed and provide a strong foundation for dental crowns, bridges, or full arch replacements with All-on-4.
Your full mouth rehabilitation could also require conventional dental crowns or bridges. These rely on natural teeth to serve as a foundation, as material is removed to prepare a solid base. Keeping your natural teeth is generally the best outcome, so crowns and bridges are a great option wherever suitable.
Veneers are a potential treatment for superficial damage during your smile makeover. A thin layer of material is removed from the front of a tooth, and a porcelain veneer is attached. Porcelain veneers offer a natural appearance and are a great way to improve the look of cracked, chipped, or otherwise disfigured or discolored teeth.
Your full mouth reconstruction will be carefully catered to your unique needs. We will go over all of your potential options and ensure that we take an approach that addresses all of your dental issues. Whether you have missing teeth, physical damage, periodontal disease, or any other dental problems, we will develop a treatment plan that delivers the best in terms of form, function, and long-term oral health.
Our family-owned dental practice with locations in South Brunswick Twp (Middlesex County), Robbinsville Twp (Mercer County), Hillsborough Twp (Somerset County) provides full mouth rehabilitation using the most advanced technology and techniques. You can visit one of our offices for a consultation to find out what your options may be and what dental work may be right for your treatment plan. Contact us today to get started.