What does a full mouth restoration involve?
Full mouth restorations typically involve procedures such as dental implants, dental crowns and bridges, onlays and inlays, and veneers. Cases may include work by dental specialists such as Prosthodontists, Periodontists (gum health), Endodontists (root canals and tooth pulp treatments), and Oral Surgeons (jaw repositioning surgery and implants). Please see our case studies page for examples of oral rehabilitation cases we have completed.
Am I a good full mouth restoration candidate?
If you have severely damaged teeth, or you are suffering from symptoms of TMD (temporomandibular joint disfuction), such as headaches, jaw pain, or popping sounds in the jaw, you may be a good candidate for a full-mouth restoration. If gum disease has affected your mouth or if missing teeth are causing your bite to be off balance, you can likely benefit from this procedure. Clients who have worn down their teeth with grinding or clenching habits may also be good candidates.
Why Smiles Peru for Oral Rehabilitation?
Smiles Peru has a proven track record of success with difficult rehabilitation cases. Our interdisciplinary team of specialists consults on each rehabilitation case to together determine a way forward. As mentioned above, rehabilitation cases may involve many different treatments; at Smiles Peru a different specialist performs each procedure, and each procedure is supervised and reviewed by our director.
If you think you need full mouth reconstruction, please send current photos of your smile, face and x-rays of your teeth. Our doctors will respond to you with recommendations and an approximate time frame and costs. A restored mouth and smile can change your life. Our professionals can help. Contact us today to see how.