Renew Your Smile with Full Mouth Rehabilitation
When you have several dental conditions that need attention, your dentist may recommend full-mouth rehabilitation. This treatment is a systematic plan that comprehensively addresses multiple oral health issues, so your treatments are well-coordinated and optimally executed.
A full-mouth rehabilitation provides a personalized treatment plan that relieves pain, treats damage and decay, and enhances the aesthetics of your smile. Treatments are harmoniously delivered, so you avoid unnecessary and mismatched dental work.
Dr. Raymond R. Benitez has over 20 years of experience and advanced training to provide expert and complex care to patients. Because he is well-versed in a wide variety of services, all your treatments are conveniently completed under one roof. We provide you with a beautiful, healthy smile, no matter the current state of your oral health.
What is Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?
In other words, full-mouth reconstruction refers to the rebuilding and/or replacement of a majority if not all of the teeth in your mouth. It is a combination of achieving an aesthetic goal with your smile and restorative dentistry to better the health and function of your mouth.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation is a Personalized Treatment Plan
People are amazed by the makeover in beauty and function that full-mouth rehabilitation provides. You can renew your smile with treatments that have you looking and feeling better than ever before. A few of the typical areas of treatment included in full-mouth rehabilitation are:
- Veneers and Teeth Whitening
- Crown, Bridge, and Dentures
- Gingivitis and Gum Disease Control
- Dental Implant Restorations
- Orthodontic Care
When you need extensive dental services, you want to make sure you go to a dentist with experience and expertise in all areas of dentistry. Our team provides the compassionate, comprehensive, and quality care that revitalizes smiles with multiple issues.
Therapeutic, Restorative and Cosmetic Dental Care
There are many facets to dental care, including treatment for jaw and bite issues that cause temporomandibular joint disorder, teeth grinding, or obstructive sleep apnea. We provide restorative treatments for tooth damage and tooth loss. Cosmetic Dentistry can transform the aesthetics of your smile, making it brighter, straighter, and more appealing.