A crown (or cap) is a covering that encases the entire tooth surface restoring it to its original shape and size. The rehabilitation can also include dental implants or partial and full dentures.
Dental implants may be the path taken when performing full-mouth rehabilitation because, with dental implants, you can replace one tooth or all of them and have a natural-looking smile. Depending on your oral needs, dentures or partial dentures may be an option as well.
Full-mouth rehabilitation can include crowns, dental implants, dentures and partial dentures, and bridges. At Hunsaker Dental, we will assess your oral care needs and our highly skilled staff will provide you with a treatment plan that will leave you smiling and confident in your smile.
REASONS FOR FULL-MOUTH REHABILITATION
Many factors play into needing full-mouth rehabilitation. Neglecting oral health maintenance can result in tooth loss/decay and bacterial disease. We all get busy and don’t make going to the dentist a priority, but making time for your oral health is vital to your body’s overall health. Going to see your dentist at least every six months for a checkup and deep cleaning is incredibly important.
How else will we know when a cavity is forming, or when our wisdom teeth are about to erupt? There are a lot of different measures that dentists take that you would not get if you did not go to the dentist regularly. Getting problems corrected at the start instead of a more drastic alteration later, is usually the best bet.