Most people suffer from some dental problems, whether they’re related to aesthetic dentistry, tooth restoration, or general concerns. Some of us have aesthetic dental concerns, such as chipped teeth, misalignment, discoloration, while others worry about issues like gum disease, periodontitis, and teeth replacement. However, most people have a wide range of concerns requiring different treatments. Dr. Huston provides full mouth rehabilitation in Corona as a comprehensive solution to all your dental concerns.
Candidates for Full Mouth Rehabilitation
- You have persistent bad breath (halitosis) despite brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash.
- You’re a diabetic patient with constant dental troubles and gum problems, such as gum inflammation, swelling, and redness.
- You’re missing one, multiple, or all your teeth, which affects your ability to eat, speak, and feel confident.
- You have stained or discolored teeth.
- You have advanced signs of dental decay and gum disease.
- You have cracked or fractured teeth due to injuries, trauma, or disease.
- You have crooked, overcrowded, or misaligned teeth.
- You have other dental concerns that cause physical pain, discomfort, or self-consciousness.
What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation Corona is a comprehensive collection of treatments that restore optimal oral health. Instead of addressing one or two individual aspects of your oral health, a full mouth rehabilitation combines various treatments to address all your cosmetic, restorative, and general concerns. Dr. Huston discusses your unique goals and expectations, runs advanced diagnostic tests, and creates a treatment plan that addresses the root cause of your dental concerns.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation: Treatment Options
Unhealthy or infected gums lead to bone loss, tooth loss, and other medical conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, and autoimmune disorders. Periodontal care covers various treatments that reverse gum disease and restore optimal gingival health.
Bacterial decay leads to cavities that eventually burrow deeper into your teeth, infecting the pulp tissues and the roots of your teeth. Tooth-colored fillings remove the infection and seal the cavities before they can escalate.
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped and tooth-colored caps attached to your existing teeth or implants. They cover up discolored, stained, or chipped teeth, protect weak teeth after root canals, or replace missing teeth.
A dental bridge is a series of prosthetic teeth supported on dental implants or the surrounding healthy teeth. Its primary goal is replacing two or more missing teeth in a single series.
A complete denture is a complete arch of prosthetic teeth supported on a gum-colored base. Traditional dentures are attached to empty gums after suffering a complete loss of teeth. However, they can also be attached to implants.
Porcelain veneers are tooth-colored and tooth-shaped wafers attached to the front surface of your teeth. They cover up all the dental deformities and aesthetic anomalies, such as cracks, chips, stains, discoloration, etc.
Dental implants are titanium screw-like posts that replace the root structures of the missing teeth. After they’re attached to the jawbone, they can support dental crowns, bridges, or dentures to replace one, multiple, or all your teeth.