Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Specialist in Miami Beach, and North Miami, FL

If you were looking for a full mouth rehabilitation specialist in your area, Real Smile Dentistry is the clinic to visit. Full mouth reconstructions combine esthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth. For more information, call us or schedule an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Miami Beach, FL and North Miami, FL.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Specialist in Miami Beach FL and North Miami, FL
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Specialist in Miami Beach FL and North Miami, FL

Table of Contents:

What is full mouth rehabilitation?
Who does full mouth rehabilitation?
How much does a whole mouth restoration cost?
What does a full mouth reconstruction consist of?

What is full mouth rehabilitation?


Full mouth rehabilitation focuses on the replacement of damaged or missing teeth in a patient’s mouth. Specifically focusing on the removal and repair of cavities while providing treatment for other oral health conditions that may be found during a check-up. Full mouth rehabilitation may also include helping injured patients from oral trauma with repairs to their teeth and jaw.

Full mouth rehabilitation specialists and clinics provide treatment to all individuals of any age, as well as at any stage of their life from young children, teens, adults, and seniors.

Who does full mouth rehabilitation?


Often full mouth rehabilitation specialists are dentists that have extended training and experience in dental rehabilitation and restoration. Not all dentists have this extensive experience and training, it is best if you call or if you visit the website to make sure that they provide this service.

How much does a whole mouth restoration cost?


Full mouth restoration can range depending on the individual’s dental issues that need to be taken care of, call for more information about a more accurate cost. Full mouth restoration procedures can be covered by dental insurance depending on the procedure you’re getting done. Check with your dental insurance provider today to see if they cover a full or partial amount of full mouth reconstruction rehabilitation or not.

What does a full mouth reconstruction consist of?


Full mouth reconstruction consists of all restorative options including fillings, crowns, implants, etc. All performed in a congruent manner in which to restore the correct physiologic path of function in the individual. Many times the very fact that the teeth have been destroyed is due to the fact that the patient had never been functioning in the correct physiologic position, to begin with. Our focus is to create new restorations in the most congruent position where muscles, joints, and the patient’s posture all participate in harmony. Full mouth reconstruction services include some of the following treatments:

– Fillings
Fillings are needed when the tooth has a cavity. The cavity-infected tooth starts to decay, a portion of the decayed area is removed and then filled with filling material to prevent further decay. Feelings can also be used to repair teeth that are worn down due to misuse, cracked teeth, and broken teeth.

– Root Canals
To eliminate any bacteria from the infected area, a root canal is recommended. This will further prevent any reinfection of that particular tooth. Root canals save the natural tooth by disinfecting, cleaning, filling, and sealing the tooth.

– Crowns
Crowns are custom-made caps that are fitted to be placed on top of the damaged tooth. Crowns are used to help protect, cover, and even restore the natural shape of the damaged tooth. Crowns are often recommended when a filling is not possible. Crowns can have several different materials that are safe to be in the mouth including metal, porcelain, resin, and ceramics.

– Bridges
You may have a missing tooth due to it being removed from damage or trauma; if so, your dentist may recommend a bridge to fill the gap. A bridge is a created false tooth that is held in place by what is called abutment teeth. Abutment teeth are found on either side of the missing area, these bridges are often made of materials that are safe to be in the mouth. They will be blended to make the false teeth look as natural as possible.

– Dental Implants
If a patient has a missing tooth or needs extra support to help with their smile, dental implants are mainly recommended.  A dental implant is exactly that, it is an implant or a post that is inserted into the jaw where the tooth is missing. Once a titanium post is inserted into the jaw, a synthetic tooth is securely placed onto the post which completes the procedure.

For more information, call us or schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Miami Beach FL, Greater Miami FL, Midtown FL, Miami Shores FL, Aventura FL, Wynwood FL, Little Haiti FL, Dodge Island FL, North Miami FL, and Pinewood FL.

 

Locations - Real Smile Dentistry in Miami Beach, FL and North Miami, FL

Miami Beach

  • 757 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, FL 33140
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North Miami

  • 11645 Biscayne Blvd, #406, North Miami, FL 33181
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