Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Please view the case studies below for patients who received a full mouth reconstruction. Call our office for more information: Federal Way Office Phone Number 253-946-6361.

Complete Mouth Rehabilitation Patient

Case Study 1: Worn and deteriorated teeth.

Before: Front View: Upper and Lower Teeth: This patient had been grinding their teeth for a long time and it was affecting their smile and function. They also did not know that they were suffering from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which caused erosion of their teeth. The combination of Bruxism and GERD can cause significant wear of your teeth.

Before full mouth reconstruction photo: Front view of GURD patient with extremely worn and gappy teeth

Before: Inside Upper Jaw View: If your teeth are worn down, you may need a crown lengthening procedure to regain height of the teeth to restore them back to your previous bite. In this case, It was necessary to do crown lengthening procedure and open the patient’s bite to gain restorative space.

Before Full Mouth Reconstruction inside upper mouth photo: Patient's extremely worn teeth and silver fillings

Before: Inside Lower Jaw View
Before Full Mouth Reconstruction inside lower mouth photo: Patient's extremely worn, discolored teeth and silver fillings

After: Front View: Upper and Lower Teeth: Full Mouth Rehabilitation is a very challenging, but rewarding treatment. This patient’s GERD is now controlled with medication, after consulting with their physician. Their bite has been restored in ideal occlusion and they have an aesthetically pleasing smile.

After front view photo of patient with full size, even teeth

After: Inside Upper Jaw View
After Full Mouth Reconstruction inside upper mouth photo: Patient's whiter, restored teeth with two gold crown molars

After: Inside Lower Jaw View
After Full Mouth Reconstruction inside lower mouth photo: Patient's whiter, restored teeth with 2 gold molar crowns


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