Full-Mouth Rehabilitation in Brecksville, OH

Full-Mouth Rehabilitation is a highly individualized treatment combining multiple restorative procedures to regain the full function, health, and aesthetic appeal of the person’s mouth. Patients with severe grinding (bruxing), acid reflux (GERD), or experience with major trauma are common candidates for this procedure.

This treatment takes the entire mouth and all oral structures into consideration and encompasses the candidate’s speech, chewing abilities, smile, and jaw health. Depending on your situation, this treatment can include dental implants, crowns, veneers, and other treatments.

Common causes of full-mouth rehabilitation procedures include:

  • Teeth severely damaged by injury or other trauma
  • Severe damage due to gum disease or oral infection
  • A majority or entirety of teeth missing
  • Teeth excessively worn down by grinding (bruxism)
  • Tooth erosion due to poor diet or acid reflux (GERD)
  • Bite problems that affect the teeth (malocclusion)