These procedures are performed over time, holding you and your optimal health as the core focus.
Our bioesthetic approach involves a comprehensive analysis of your bite, jaw function, facial anatomy and structure, and seeks to create a plan that encompasses both functional and aesthetic concerns.
It can be used in the form of ozone gas, ozonated water, and ozonated oil to achieve various outcomes with dental procedures.
Full mouth rehabilitation is not a single dental treatment, rather a series of dental planning and tailored procedures.
Each plan is unique, with each individual patient in mind, but may include surgical removal of dental infection and interferences, alignment through orthodontics or clear aligner therapy, restorative dentistry, replacement of missing teeth and compromised tooth structure, and rebalancing of the jaw for proper alignment, function, and longevity.
Full mouth rehabilitation is a process that takes time, patience, and compliance. Are you wondering if a full mouth rehabilitation is right for you?
Good candidates typically have one or more of the following concerns:
Severe dental decay
Misalignment or crowding
Chipped, fractured, or broken teeth
Severe wear to the dental enamel
Generalized loss of tooth structure
Reinfected root canal treated teeth