Have you been living with dental issues that require multiple procedures to fix? At Enamel General and Cosmetic Dentistry in Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Santa Ana, and Huntington Beach, California, Dr. Kabaklian and his staff focus on a comprehensive approach to treating your dental conditions through full mouth rehabilitation. To learn more, call or schedule an appointment online today.
Full mouth rehabilitation is a systematic approach to restoring all of your teeth at the same time. It’s about treating the cause of your dental problems, not just the symptoms. For example, placing a single crown to fix a dysfunctional bite can sometimes worsen your condition and cause jaw problems like TMJ.
The Enamel staff examine the bone and gums around your teeth and make sure everything is healthy. Then, they work to restore your mouth for health, functionality, and an improved appearance.
Full mouth rehabilitation is also known as "instant orthodontics." Dr. Kabaklian can restore all of your teeth by reshaping and repositioning them without months or years of work, and without braces or retainers.
You should consider full mouth rehabilitation if you have:
Full mouth restoration is a complex treatment that requires thoughtful planning and precise attention to detail.
Before getting started, the Enamel staff assess your bite and facial harmony, and discuss your condition with you in detail. Your initial consultation includes an exam where the staff collect detailed measurements and create a diagnostic “wax-up” blueprint of your mouth to guide the process.
During your consultation visit, the staff can show you several case studies of full mouth reconstructions that showcase results. If you want, you’ll also have access to a list of patients who have had this procedure performed and who are willing to share their experiences with you.
After deciding on a treatment plan, Dr. Kabaklian begins the necessary work to get your mouth in tip-top shape. The staff at Enamel can restore your smile to the way it was meant to be through a combination of implants, root canals, crowns, and other treatments.
If you’re unhappy with the way your mouth functions, or you’re unhappy with your smile, full mouth rehabilitation might be for you. Call or schedule an appointment online today.