What is full-mouth rehabilitation?

Repairing the smile is done not just for cosmetic purposes, but at times, for improving the health and function of the teeth, gums, and bone. At SK2 Dental, Dr. Stanley Ngo and his team of professionals are dedicated to providing ways to repair the smile. A combination of procedures can be used to complete full mouth rehabilitation.

What is full-mouth rehabilitation?

Dr. Ngo describes full mouth rehabilitation as a comprehensive approach to restoring the smile and its functions. This isn’t just cosmetic dentistry but rather a combination of techniques used to restore teeth and gums to their optimum health and form. Full mouth rehabilitation can include anything from:

  • Tooth repair or replacement
  • Dental crowns and bridges
  • Orthodontics
  • Periodontal surgery
  • Dental implants
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Composite resin bonding

What is achieved with full-mouth restoration?

The goal of full mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation is to bring your smile back to life in the most natural way possible while addressing any functional issues that may be causing discomfort or difficulty with eating or speaking. This means repairing and replacing teeth and improving imperfections and issues like bite alignment or cosmetic concerns.

What procedures are used in full-mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation typically involves several different procedures performed by Dr. Ngo. You should always consult with a qualified professional before starting any repair or reconstruction of the smile to determine the treatments that are best suited to helping you reach your goals. Full mouth reconstruction involves a customized plan of action to address the problems within the smile in a timely manner. In some instances, patients can choose to have the treatments done one at a time or all together during a single appointment.

Call SK2 Dental today to discuss your needs for the reconstruction of the smile

Full mouth rehabilitation is just one of many restorative services available with Dr. Stanley Ngo and his team at SK2 Dental. If you reside in or around Dallas, TX, and want to learn more, call (469) 331-5444 to request a visit with our team. The office is located at 9780 Walnut St Suite 188, and is open to new patients and families.