If your teeth have sustained such extensive and severe damage that you require multiple restorative treatments to regain your oral health, Dr. Castro may recommend full-mouth rejuvenation. When you receive this treatment, our dentist will completely redesign and rebuild your smile so that you can enjoy beautiful teeth and excellent oral health once again.
Full-mouth rejuvenation is a dental treatment that can restore your smile if it has suffered severe injury, damage or decay. Full-mouth rejuvenation often involves restoring many or all of the teeth in the mouth. Depending on your specific dental needs, full-mouth rejuvenation can include several types of dental treatments, including:
During your personalized consultation with Dr Castro, we will help you determine which of our high-quality treatments are best suited to improving your smile. The goal of full-mouth rejuvenation is to restore the health, function and appearance of your smile. Our experienced dentist and team are pleased to provide full-mouth rejuvenation to help you achieve a healthier, more attractive smile.
You may benefit from full-mouth rejuvenation if your smile is affected by any of the following dental problems:
It also and makes a significant difference when it comes to overall confidence and a feeling of wellbeing.
We offer a range of cosmetic and restorative dental services — if you feel you need a transformation when it comes to your smile, you might consider a full mouth rejuvenation. Here’s what it involves…
A full mouth rejuvenation is a customized, completely individualized treatment plan that includes various restorative dental procedures. Each treatment plan is tailored to suit the patient, depending on their specific needs and expectations. The idea is to optimize the health of the entire mouth, including the teeth, gums, and bite and to improve the overall aesthetic of the smile.
We offer a range of cosmetic dental treatments as part of a full mouth rejuvenation, including (but not limited to):
Ideal for repairing chipped and discolored teeth, as well as teeth damaged by decay, dental bonding makes use of composite resin to improve the appearance of the smile. The tooth is made slightly rough, before a special conditioning liquid is applied to the surface. A composite resin material is then bonded to the tooth with the use of a special ultraviolet light. Once the material has been bonded to the surface of the tooth, it is molded, shaped, and smoothed to give the tooth a natural appearance. To read more about dental bonding and its benefits, have a look here.
Veneers are very thin shells that are placed on the front surface of the teeth to enhance their appearance and conceal various imperfections. They effectively repair a number of cosmetic concerns, including discoloration, stains, chips, cracks, and asymmetry. They can also be used to close unwanted gaps between the teeth and improve the look of unevenly shaped teeth.
Perfect for patients with a “gummy” smile, gum recontouring is a treatment in which a dental laser is used to improve the appearance of gums that are too high or too low. If your gums cover a large part of your teeth, you may feel self-conscious about your smile. Similarly, if you have receding gums, you may feel dissatisfied with the fact that too much of your teeth area is revealed when you smile. The treatment is minimally invasive, and much quicker than traditional surgery. Bleeding is minimal because the laser actually works to cauterize the wound immediately after making the incision. To find out about the advantages of laser gum contouring, read more about the procedure here.
Dental implants are often the best restorative option for patients who have missing teeth or teeth that are severely damaged beyond repair. A dental implant is made up of a titanium screw that is surgically inserted into the jawbone to replace the roots of a missing tooth; an abutment, which connects the implant screw to a crown; and the crown itself, which is made of good quality porcelain and customized to match your natural teeth in shape and colour. Implants can be used to replace a single tooth or multiple tooth and can be used together with dental bridges and dentures if necessary.
Full mouth rejuvenation is generally best suited to individuals who are in good overall health, but would like to improve their oral health as well as the appearance of their smile.
It is as comprehensive as it sounds. It is any series of dental treatments to rebuild, recontour, reposition, or replace your teeth. It can work on individual teeth, on your gums, your bite, your tooth coloring, and on any painful or uncomfortable symptoms you may be experiencing that relate to dentistry.
If your teeth are particularly crowded and crooked, Invisalign® would be an easy and convenient way to straighten them.
Some other popular procedures are:
This is often referred to as a Smile Makeover, but it is much more than cosmetic dentistry alone. Rather, a full mouth rejuvenation is the complete revitalization of the smile. It is a non-surgical, comprehensive approach to getting the upper and lower jaws in proper alignment, removing all decay, repairing all chipped, weakened and severely worn and broken teeth, and ultimately creating a healthy, gorgeous smile that will last for years.
There are occasions when a patient’s mouth has undergone excessive wear and tear over the years.
For instance, it may be due to neglect, periodontal disease, or issues of jaw or bite alignment. In these circumstances, treating one area will not resolve the problem. In these cases a complete smile makeover, or full mouth rejuvenation, is necessary.
Full mouth rejuvenation addresses the condition of the entire mouth, from the position of the bite to the health and appearance of the teeth and gums.