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Full Mouth Reconstruction

A man laughing after his full mouth reconstruction at New Heights Dental & Braces, in San Antonio, TXAt New Heights Dental & Braces, we believe that everyone deserves a healthy and beautiful smile. Unfortunately for some, years of wear and tear can lead to poor oral health and an unsightly smile. Have a bright, straight, and beautiful smile not only gives you a more youthful appearance, but it is also a crucial part of maintaining excellent oral health. For patients with severe damage to their teeth and gums, we offer full mouth rehabilitation. A full mouth rehabilitation is a dental treatment that corrects major issues with the jaw, teeth, and gums. In other words, a full mouth rehabilitation can give you a new set of teeth and a new lease on life!

Candidates for Full Mouth Rehab

The first step to a full mouth rehabilitation is a consultation visit. During your consultation visit, Dr. Daniel A. Riley will perform a comprehensive exam to determine if a full mouth rehabilitation is right for you. You exam typically includes a thorough oral exam, x-rays, 3D digital imagining, periodontal evaluation, jaw evaluation, and other diagnostic procedures.

After your exam, we will explain your results and discuss possible treatment options we offer. This includes the pros and cons of each procedure. During this time, be sure to ask any questions and voice concerns. Your active participation is a crucial part of treatment planning. Your participation, along with our sophisticated technology, will enable us to lay the foundation for a unique, customized treatment that addresses your problems.

A full mouth rehabilitation can address a number of issues. You could be a candidate for full mouth rehab if you suffer from:
•  Teeth that are chipped, fractured, or worn down
•  Pain or soreness in the mouth
•  Pain or soreness in the muscles and joints that control the jaw
•  TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder)
•  Limited movement in the jaw (lockjaw)
•  Unexplained headaches, migraines, or earaches
•  Teeth that seem loose
•  Vertigo

Full Mouth Rehab Procedures

A full mouth rehabilitation usually requires multiple procedures to complete. The types of procedures you receive depends on your situation. The goal of each procedure is to optimize the health of the entire mouth, including your gums, teeth, and bite. Full mouth rehab procedures include:
•  Dental Bridges. A dental bridge is an appliance that replaces one or more missing teeth using dental crowns and a pontic or false tooth.
•  Dental Crowns. A dental crown is a tooth-shaped appliance that restores the cosmetics and structure of a badly damaged tooth.
•  Porcelain Veneers. A porcelain veneer is a thin shell that fits over the front of an anterior tooth. Veneers can be used to fix minor cosmetic and restorative issues. They are often considered a conservative alternative to dental crowns.
•  TMD Treatment. Many oral health problems are the result of TMD or a misaligned jaw. Having a properly aligned bite can do wonders for your smile.
•  ClearCorrect. ClearCorrect is an orthodontic treatment that puts your teeth in the proper position. Orthodontic treatment is an important part of a full mouth rehabilitation.
•  Periodontal Treatment. Your gum tissues are just as important as your teeth. Any signs or symptoms of periodontal disease must be addressed during treatment.

Schedule Your Consultation

If you are interested in learning more about full mouth rehabilitation, call (210) 828-5300, and schedule your consultation today!
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New Heights Dental & Braces

7700 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209-3232

Convenient parking is available directly in front of our office.

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We look forward to seeing you smile!
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