Appearance and function restored: Full mouth rehabilitation in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sometimes our patients from the Fort Lauderdale, FL area and across the country need more than one dental procedure to get the kissable smiles they want. We have a team of dental experts on staff who work with Dr. Yolanda Cintron to create customized full mouth rehabilitation plans for oral comfort, optimal function, and an attractive appearance.
Do you need full mouth restoration?
Dental reconstruction may be needed for multiple reasons:
- Tooth replacement for those lost to gum disease, teeth decay, or trauma
- Get gum disease under control
- Repair fractured or injured teeth
- Restore damage to enamel from acid erosion caused by acid reflux, diet, or beverages
- Other functional and cosmetic issues
Before and After Images of Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Why travel to Fort Lauderdale, FL for full mouth rehabilitation?
Since no two mouths are the same, Dr. Cintron works with you to decide which treatments are most appropriate to restore your smile. The process includes a comprehensive examination, X-rays, review of your medical history, and overview of options available to you.
As a cosmetic biological dentist and member of the IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology), Dr. Cintron utilizes the most holistic dental options available. She uses biocompatible materials and techniques that restore the smile without increasing toxic load on the body. In her care, full mouth reconstruction restores oral function while promoting whole body wellness.
Our services are available as standalone treatments, or they can be combined. Options may include:
- Tooth-colored composite bonding and fillings
- Metal-free crowns and bridges
- Zirconia dental implants
- Biological gum disease therapy
- Gum and tissue grafting
- Bone augmentation
- Invisalign braces
- Porcelain veneers or Lumineers
Full mouth rehabilitation often involves several different general, restorative, and cosmetic procedures. In some cases, dental specialists such as a periodontist who focuses on gum care, oral surgeon, orthodontist, or endodontist (specializing in treatment of dental pulp) may also be called in to assist on a full mouth rehabilitation case.
Don’t let missing teeth or poor oral condition affect your health or keep you from living your best life. Call The International Center for Dental Excellence at (954) 945-7355 to schedule a full mouth rehabilitation consultation with Dr. Cintron.
We provide multiple methods of payment to make your brighter, whiter, and healthier smile possible.