Having a bright, straight and intact smile not only rejuvenates a face, but it is also essential for good oral health and function. At Smiles of Chesapeake, Dr. Moreno can help restore your smile by combining minimally invasive and gentle procedures into a full mouth reconstruction. She uses state-of-the-art technology that makes treatment accurate and comfortable as well as considerably reducing the number of visits needed and time spent in the chair, depending on the degree of damage.
Dr. Moreno’s process normally involves a series of minimally invasive procedures which include, but may not be limited to, dental implants, crowns, bridges and implant-supported dentures.
When most people think of dental care, they usually only think of taking care of their teeth. However, your mouth is made up of many different parts, and it’s important to take care of all of them. That’s where Full Mouth Rehabilitation comes in.
Full mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive approach to dental care that takes into account all aspects of your mouth, from your teeth to your gums to your jaw. It’s typically recommended for people who have a lot of dental problems or who have had major dental work done. However, even if you don’t have any major dental issues, you may still benefit from full mouth rehabilitation.
At Smiles of Chesapeake, we offer this service to all our patients. We believe that everyone deserves a healthy mouth, and we’re committed to providing the best possible care. Depending on the extent of the damage, full mouth rehabilitation can take several months to complete. However, the results are worth the effort, and you will enjoy a lifetime of beautiful, healthy smiles.
Your first step is a thorough oral exam, X-rays and other diagnostic steps. These can include digital exterior and intraoral photos, 3D digital imaging, periodontal evaluation and inspection of your bite.
Dr. Moreno explains her findings and the different treatment options available to restore your mouth. She’ll go over the pros and cons of each procedure and answer any questions you have. She lays her treatment plan out in steps so you can complete your treatment as fast or as slow as you like.
Restoring a mouth that has been neglected or traumatized is not usually a one-procedure action. Depending on your situation, it can take several steps to bring your smile back to full health, function and beauty. Dr. Moreno is well-equipped to help even the most broken-down smile. She is highly trained in oral surgery and the latest restorative techniques.
Typically Dr. Moreno will use one or more of the below procedures.
One-Visit Crowns & Bridges
Gum Disease Treatment
Invisalign® clear teeth straightening
Root Canal Therapy
Full mouth rehabilitation is a process by which all the teeth in your mouth are restored to their natural beauty. The benefits of full mouth rehabilitation go beyond simply improving the appearance of your teeth; it can also improve your overall oral health. When all of your teeth are healthy and functioning properly, you'll be able to bite and chew efficiently, which can help improve your digestion. Additionally, healthier teeth and gums lead to fresher breath.
If you're looking for a way to boost your confidence and improve your smile, contact us to discuss full mouth rehabilitation in Chesapeake.