If you have missing, stained, or misaligned teeth, full mouth rehabilitation can transform your smile and improve your oral health. At The Center for High Tech Dentistry on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Simon W. Rosenberg, DMD, and the team use advanced technologies and custom restorations to help individuals achieve healthy, vibrant smiles. To learn more about full mouth rehabilitation, call the New York City office, or book online today.
Full mouth rehabilitation, or a smile makeover, combines several cosmetic dentistry techniques to improve the aesthetic appearance of your teeth and gums.
Before making any recommendations, the team at The Center for High Tech Dentistry assesses your facial appearance, skin tone, and hair color. They also evaluate the color, width, length, and shape of your teeth. The team uses this information to develop a custom care plan that helps you achieve the smile of your dreams.
No two full mouth rehabilitation treatment plans are exactly alike. Depending on your goals and oral health history, the team might recommend:
Crowns and bridges are dental restorations that repair missing or damaged teeth. Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that cover dental implants, tooth decay, or fractures. Bridges replace a gap in your smile caused by a missing tooth. At The Center for High Tech Dentistry, the team uses FirstFit® bridges.
Invisalign® is a type of orthodontic treatment that uses custom plastic aligners to straighten your teeth. Invisalign® provides quick results. In fact, many people achieve their desired treatment outcome within 6-12 months.*
Veneers are wafer-thin shells of porcelain or composite resin that are bonded to your teeth. They restore balance to your smile and mask minor oral imperfections like stains, gaps, or teeth that are smaller than average.
Teeth whitening uses medical-grade solutions to remove stains from the surface of your teeth. If you have yellow or discolored teeth, the KöR® teeth whitening system can transform the appearance of your smile for between 4-6 months at a time.
If you have a “gummy” smile, the team might recommend laser gum contouring. Laser gum contouring uses targeted light energy to remove excess gum tissue. It can also treat gum recession caused by poor oral hygiene or gum disease.
To determine if full mouth rehabilitation is right for you, the team conducts an oral exam, reviews your oral health history, and asks about your lifestyle and goals for treatment. They also take a series of X-rays using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) to observe your tooth roots, jaws, and alveolar bone.
After determining the overall state of your oral health, the team develops a custom treatment plan that aligns with your needs. This might include a single cosmetic dentistry procedure or several procedures performed in tandem.
To learn more about full mouth rehabilitation, request a consultation at The Center for High Tech Dentistry. Book online to schedule an appointment or call the practice today.
*Individual results may vary.