Are you tired of having tooth pain and not being able to chew or smile properly? If you get the feeling that you need a complete makeover because so many of your teeth are ailing, have no fear because Dr. Mady has the training necessary to have you smiling again. At our Maywood, NJ office, we perform most procedures under one roof, so you won’t have to travel from office to office for a full mouth rehabilitation. We also offer IV sedation to ease your fears of having major work done; this can include root canals, implants, bridges, crowns, and veneers.
To learn more about full mouth rehabilitations at Spring Valley Dental Care, contact us today. We will answer any questions you have and help you get started on the path to a healthier, brighter smile.
What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
At Spring Valley Dental Care, we take a holistic approach to oral health and offer comprehensive care for both your teeth and your gums. Our full mouth rehabilitation services are designed to restore the health, function, and aesthetics of your entire smile. It is a combination of restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures that work together to create a complete transformation.
What Are The Benefits Of Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation provides a variety of benefits. Not only will you enjoy improved oral health, but your smile will also look more attractive and your teeth will function better. Additionally, you’ll be less prone to developing oral health issues in the future, as full mouth rehabilitation helps prevent decay, gum disease, and other oral conditions that stem from the underlying problems we aim to address.
What Is Involved In Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation typically involves a variety of treatments such as root canals, crowns, bridges, and veneers. During the initial consultation, Dr. Mady will assess your oral health and determine which treatments are necessary to restore your smile. By combining different treatments, we can provide a perfect oral rehabilitation solution designed precisely to meet your needs. This personalized approach ensures that your full mouth rehabilitation is tailored to you so that you can have the beautiful and functional smile you’ve always wanted.
Below, you can find a few details about each of the treatments involved in full mouth rehabilitation.
- Root Canals: Root canals are designed to remove infection or decay that has reached the innermost part of the tooth. After the infected tissue is removed, the surrounding area will be cleaned and disinfected to stop any remaining infection from spreading. A crown is then placed to protect the tooth and restore its strength.
- Crowns: Crowns are dental restorations that fit over the existing tooth. They restore the shape, size, and strength of the damaged or decayed tooth while also protecting it from future damage.
- Bridges: Bridges are dental restorations that span the gap created by one or more missing teeth. They are usually made of porcelain and are secured in place by crowns on either side of the bridge prosthetic.
- Veneers: Veneers are thin shells that attach to the front of the teeth. They are designed to improve the aesthetics of your smile by masking imperfections such as chips, cracks, discoloration, and gaps.
The Cost Of Full Mouth Rehabilitation
The cost of full mouth rehabilitation can vary greatly depending on the severity of your condition and the type of treatments required. Ultimately, the cost of your procedure will be determined by our team upon completing a consultation; this will then be discussed with you in detail before any treatments are performed.