When you are missing all or most of your teeth, 1-2-3 Smile Family Dentistry is here for you. Our dentists will do everything they can to help you restore the look, feel, and function of your natural smile. Full mouth rehabilitation services allow us to take a staged-approach to restoring your smile. Going above and beyond standard tooth replacement or mouth alignment options, full mouth rehabilitation allows our doctors to take their time in diagnosing and treating your dental concerns. Over time, we will strategically rebuild your smile and replace missing teeth to improve the health, function, and beauty of your smile. Learn more about full mouth rehabilitation below.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Miami, FL
Dr. Renier Suarez and Dr. Teresa Suarez are experienced restorative dentists in Miami, FL. Together, they have extensive training in providing solutions for complex dental concerns. If you are missing all of your teeth, we can help you restore your smile and enjoy life again with a full set of teeth. Our full mouth rehabilitation services give patients a staged-approach to restoring the look, feel, and function of their natural smiles. We will create a restorative treatment plan designed around your unique needs. Full mouth rehabilitation may involve any of the following solutions:
Occlusion analysis is the study of the relationship of how your upper and lower teeth work together when performing daily tasks. The primary purpose of occlusion analysis is to reveal underlying alignment concerns that may not be obvious from just looking at your smile.
Occlusal Equilibration is a dental procedure that works to ensure that your upper and lower teeth are aligned very evenly all the way around your mouth. The goal of this treatment is to create a more functional bite pattern that prevents stress on individual teeth and reduces stress on the jaw muscles and jaw joints.
Our office is happy to provide TMJ treatment plans to ensure that your jawbone is healthy and strong. We will create a custom TMJ treatment plan that works on balancing your bite pattern, replacing missing teeth, and ensuring your teeth are protected from future dental damages.