Rehabilitate your old teeth

Full mouth rehabilitation is a highly individualized treatment to optimize oral health by rebuilding all of the upper and lower jaws' teeth. Patients with dental problems throughout the mouth must be treated comprehensively with a vision of the result that improves both function and aesthetics.

Whole mouth makeover procedures improve the patient's masticatory efficiency and looks.

A full-mouth dental restoration involves rebuilding or repairing all teeth in a person's mouth. This rehabilitation may be necessary if a person has suffered extensive tooth loss or damage due to tooth decay, gum disease, or injury or correct problems with the bite, such as misalignment or jaw pain.

Full mouth rehabilitation typically includes crowns, bridges, veneers, dental implants, or dentures. And these procedures essentially improve the patient's masticatory efficiency and "smile makeover."

Full mouth rehabilitation can be the answer if you want to renew and revitalize the appearance of your smile. Dr. Shimizu can transform and restore even the most vexing dental health problems, such as teeth damaged by significant wear, breakage, or decay.

Full mouth dental restoration can be a complex and time-consuming process, and it may involve a variety of different procedures, such as:

  • Dental crowns to cover and protect damaged teeth
  • Dental bridges to replace missing teeth
  • Dental implants to replace missing teeth with artificial roots
  • Orthodontic treatment to correct misalignment of the teeth
  • Periodontal therapy to address gum disease
  • Oral surgery to remove teeth or repair jaw damage

The specific treatment plan will depend on the individual needs of the patient.

The two patients' images at the top of the page are the American Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry Award-winning cases. The patient's teeth on the left were not visible when she smiled, and she complained that she always felt uncomfortable biting food. We corrected her biting problem, allowing her to show more teeth and chew more easily. Also, we lengthened her teeth to show more teeth with porcelain crowns and eliminated unsightly metal fillings and metal crowns.

The patient's pics on the right show front teeth wear and gum recession. We replaced the upper front teeth with porcelain veneers and crowns with color and shade that matched his lower front teeth resulting in the natural brightness and shine like real teeth. We also applied a quick ortho treatment so that his teeth would not grind and rub each other.

Full mouth rehabilitation involves restoring our patients' teeth, bite, and confidence with complex challenges back to a natural-looking healthy, radiant smile.

Working with a skilled and experienced dentist or oral surgeon is essential to ensure the best possible outcome.

Call our office today to discover how we can help you.

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Dr. Shimizu is an accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. There are 419 dental professionals worldwide (Only four in Houston) as of 2022 who have achieved this prestigious honor.