Rejuvenate your Smile's Health, Function, and Beauty
Are you looking to improve your oral health and confidence with a straight, attractive smile? Then look no further, because Dr. Mohan and Dr. Veena can help with restorative dentistry! Both dentists have decades of experience in dental restorations and have completed many hours of continued education courses. They use minimally invasive restorative dental procedures for damaged teeth due to tooth decay, missing teeth, misalignments or bite issues, gum disease, and even bone loss. Let them help you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile today!
Revamp Your Smile and Restore Dental Health with Full Mouth Restoration
Full mouth dental restoration is a comprehensive dental treatment that rebuilds and restores all of the teeth in the mouth. This treatment can help restore dental health, improve aesthetics, and enhance the overall quality of life. It can be used to treat a range of issues, including tooth decay, dental trauma, missing teeth, or damaged teeth.
The benefits of full mouth restoration are numerous. For one, it can help restore your smile and provide you with the confidence to face the world. Additionally, it can help protect your teeth from further damage and decay and improve your bite and chewing ability. Full mouth restoration can also help relieve pain from TMJ and sleep apnea, and it can even help improve your overall oral health.
Overall, full mouth restoration is a great option for those who are looking for a comprehensive dental solution. It can help restore your dental health and improve your quality of life.
Comprehensive Assessment, Diagnosis, and Customized Treatment Plan
At our clinic, Drs. Mohan and Veena will conduct a comprehensive diagnostic exam to determine the best way to restore your smile. This exam includes an intraoral camera, digital exterior and interior photos, and a full series of digital X-rays, including 3D CT Scans if needed. We’ll also check your gums for any periodontal disease and measure your bite to see if realignment therapy with orthodontics is necessary.
Once the exam is complete, both doctors will explain the different treatment options for restoring your mouth. We’ll discuss the benefits of each procedure and answer any questions you have so that you can make an informed decision about your dental care. We’ll move at a pace that’s comfortable for you, without any pressure to commit to a treatment.
Preserving Your Natural Teeth
Dr. Mohan and Dr. Veena believe in saving and restoring your natural tooth structure whenever possible. Their approach is to improve the condition of each tooth by individually bonding or crowning the damaged tooth. This way we preserve the most natural tooth structure, which is always the better option. Dr. Mohan and Dr. Veena will also help restore your gum health to avoid tooth decay and bone loss in the future.
Our Procedures for Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Dr. Mohan and Dr. Veena have the expertise and technology to give you fast and accurate procedures for the best results. Full-mouth restoration usually requires a few different procedures, so Dr. Mohan or Dr. Veena will create a personalized plan tailored to your needs. Both are highly knowledgeable in oral surgery and keep up-to-date with the most modern methods and technology to repair even complex cases. Here is a list of common procedures they use to bring back your smile to its full capacity and appearance:
Dental Bridges for Missing Teeth:
Dental bridges are a common way to replace one or more missing teeth. The bridge is anchored to the surrounding teeth with dental crowns, and a replacement tooth fills in the gap.
Porcelain crowns are a popular option for restoring damaged or decayed teeth. The crown is custom-made to fit over the existing tooth, providing both strength and a natural-looking appearance.
Teeth whitening is a safe and effective way to brighten discolored or stained teeth.
Porcelain veneers are thin shells that are bonded to the front of the teeth to improve their appearance. They can be used to correct a variety of cosmetic issues, including discoloration, chipping, and misshapen teeth.
Gum Disease Therapy:
Gum disease therapy involves deep cleaning of the teeth and gums to remove plaque and tartar buildup. This procedure can help prevent or treat periodontal disease, which can lead to tooth loss if left untreated.
Dental implants are a long-lasting and natural-looking way to replace missing teeth. The implant is surgically placed into the jawbone and acts as a replacement root, providing a strong foundation for the replacement tooth.
Bone grafting is a procedure used to add bone to the jaw in preparation for dental implants or other restorative procedures. This can help patients who have experienced bone loss due to periodontal disease or other factors.
Teeth straightening can help improve the appearance and function of a patient’s smile. This can be achieved through traditional braces, clear aligners, or other orthodontic treatments.
Root Canal Therapy:
Root canal therapy is a procedure used to treat a tooth that has become infected or inflamed. The procedure involves removing the infected or damaged tissue from the tooth and filling it with a biocompatible material to prevent further infection.
Is full mouth reconstruction worth it?
Full mouth reconstruction is an intensive and expensive dental procedure, but it can be worth it in the right circumstances. There are several situations in which a full mouth reconstruction could be beneficial. For example, if you have significant dental damage due to an accident or injury, a full mouth reconstruction can help restore your smile and improve your oral health. This type of procedure can also be beneficial if you have chronic pain or difficulty eating due to misalignment or decay. In addition, a full mouth reconstruction can help with cosmetic issues such as discoloration or misshapen teeth.
Overall, a full mouth reconstruction can be a great solution for those who have experienced dental trauma or have chronic oral health issues.
How long does full mouth reconstruction last?
The longevity of a full mouth reconstruction depends on the quality of materials used, the skill of the dentist, and the individual’s oral hygiene habits. On average, a full mouth reconstruction can last for up to 10 years before it needs to be replaced. However, if the individual practices excellent oral hygiene and the materials used are of higher quality, the reconstruction may last much longer. Additionally, regular maintenance from your dentist will help extend the life of your reconstruction. Therefore, it is important to visit your dentist regularly for follow-up appointments.
What is the most common dental restoration?
The most common dental restoration is filling. Fillings are used to replace a section of the tooth that has been removed due to decay or damage. They are made of composite resin and are designed to restore the shape and function of the tooth. Fillings are usually done in one visit to the dentist and are a simple and effective way to restore teeth. They can last for many years with proper oral hygiene and regular dental checkups.
What is the strongest dental restoration?
The strongest dental restoration is a dental crown. A dental crown is a type of dental restoration that completely covers the visible portion of the tooth, from the gum line to the chewing surface. Crowns are made from a variety of materials, such as porcelain, gold, and zirconia, and are cemented over the existing tooth structure. Dental crowns are strong, and durable, and help protect the weakened tooth from further damage, making them the strongest dental restoration available. In addition to protecting the tooth, crowns can also be used to improve the appearance of the tooth, making it look more aesthetically pleasing.
Schedule Your Consultation
Visit one of our Elite Dental offices in San Antonio, Pleasanton, and New Braunfels, TX for a consultation with Dr. Mohan or Dr. Veena to find out more about your options for full-mouth reconstruction. This consultation will include:
Low-radiation digital X-rays
Bite and alignment evaluation
Thorough gum disease exam