Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Post Office Square, Boston, MA

Full mouth rehabilitation involves combining multiple restorative dental treatments to repair or restore your smile. The goal is to reduce pain, create a beautiful smile, and keep your teeth and oral tissues healthy and functioning properly. The exact treatment you need will depend on your unique needs, which your Post Office Square dentist will discuss with you thoroughly.

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Why Might You Need Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Dental restoration is necessary if you have damaged, infected, or missing teeth. Severe periodontal disease may also result in the need for full mouth rehabilitation.

Be assured that dental rehabilitation is not just about creating a beautiful smile. While esthetics are a vital part of it, we are also concerned with how well your teeth and jaw joint function, as well as the health of your:

  • Teeth
  • Gums
  • Jawbones
  • Jaw joints
  • Soft tissues

Even something as “minor” as a chipped tooth, a small crack, or shallow decay can pose a threat to your oral and general health if they are not addressed. Over time, the issues will progress, leading to disease, infections, pain, and potential tooth loss.

A filling, crown, or implant can be enough in some cases. In others, though, a lack of immediate treatment can result in multiple issues with multiple teeth.

With full mouth rehabilitation in Post Office Square, we can restore your smile and your oral health.

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Signs You Might Need Dental Rehabilitation

Some indicators that reconstruction might be an option for you include:

  • You have teeth or crowns that are worn
  • You experience chronic pain
  • You have missing teeth
  • You have periodontal disease
  • You have experienced dental trauma
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Full Mouth Reconstruction Services in Post Office Square

One of the goals of full mouth rehabilitation is to reconstruct your smile in a fast, convenient, and minimally invasive way. To do this, we can combine multiple treatments in a single visit to limit the number of visits required and the number of times you need to receive anesthesia and possibly sedation.

Your Post Office Square dentist provides a variety of dental treatments that can address your restoration needs, including but not limited to the following.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns can protect teeth that have cracks, large fillings, or fractures. They preserve the structure of the tooth and prevent it from breaking down even more. Multiple crowns can help restore proper bite alignment as well.

Porcelain Veneers

If you are not happy with the appearance of your front teeth, you might want to consider porcelain veneers. They can improve the appearance of these teeth by:

  • Covering deep, dark stains
  • Repairing chips and mild fractures
  • Covering cracks
  • Filling in minor gaps
  • Reducing the appearance of crooked teeth
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Dental Implants

Dental implants restore missing teeth to give you a lovely smile. But they go beyond esthetics by:

  • Improving bite alignment
  • Arresting bone and gum tissue loss
  • Making it easier to chew your favorite foods
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TMJ Treatment

TMJ disorder can cause a plethora of painful symptoms, including chronic headaches/migraines, tooth sensitivity, and facial pain. Treating the root cause of the pain will improve your symptoms. Options include:

  • Orthodontic treatment
  • Restorations (crowns or fillings) to balance the bite
  • Nightguards to protect the teeth and jaw joint and reduce bruxism
  • Jaw surgery to correct jaw alignment issues

These procedures will help alleviate jaw discomfort and restore proper bite function.



Learn How to Protect Your Oral Health

Your Post Office Square dental team is big on patient education. We will explain in detail (and repeatedly if necessary) everything you can do to protect your teeth from diseases and discomfort. Our team will also provide you with a custom rehabilitation treatment plan to restore your oral health and give you the smile of your dreams.

Are you curious about full mouth rehabilitation? Schedule a consultation by calling (857) 578-2200.


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