Full mouth restoration is a term used to describe a comprehensive treatment plan that is designed to rejuvenate the appearance and health of the oral cavity. To turn the clock back 20+ years, a full mouth restoration involves restoring the teeth, bite, and various muscles back to a natural-looking and more youthful appearance. A patient no longer has to be dissatisfied with the way his or her smile looks and feels. Full mouth restoration takes away discomfort experienced while trying to chew or enjoy hot or cold foods. The procedure alleviates symptoms like sore jaw muscles or recurring headaches. Since quality of life is greatly affected by oral health, Scottsdale dentist, Dr. Rod Gore, uses this treatment commonly for older patients who have issues connected to their oral cavity. Using the latest technology and an artistic eye, Dr. Gore can use full mouth restoration to improve many of these problems.
"Just visited Shawna at Dr. Gore's office. Been working with her for nearly 10 years and she has made an incredible difference with my oral health."- D.B. / Yelp / Sep 20, 2016
"The staff greets you promptly as you walkin the door super polite and friendly, they go out of their way to assist you in every way possible. while in the waiting room they provide you with tea, coffe and cold water, however I did not have to wait they took me in exactly at my specified appt time. My teeth whitening experience was very pleasant perfromed by a new dental assistant at the office she has only been working there for 1 month and you could not tell. She is very well trained and made me feel at ease during the entire experience. I was very impressed by the entire staff, and the office is beautiful clean and comfortable. What a pleasant experience."- M.C. / Google / May 29, 2017
"My family has been with Dr. Gore for years. He is great but perhaps more importantly his staff are professional and highly skilled."- J.C. / Google / May 10, 2017
"Dr. Gore has the best Scottsdale dental office and staff. One of my crowns installed years ago came off on Easter weekend. Even though it was a Monday and the day after Easter and they were fully booked he got me in to recement my crown. Thank you Dr. Gore!"- D.D. / Google / Apr 10, 2017
"I just moved to AZ two weeks ago and I had a fall while walking my dogs managing to scrape my face and break a front tooth. I was referred to Dr. Gore's office and was seen by Dr. Sebree. When I first met her I was skeptical as she looked 18 years old and new to the business. Boy, was I wrong! She was professional, detailed and meticulous with rebuilding my tooth and making sure it looked just like the others. She is went back and forth looking at it at every angle before she was satisfied with her work. I highly recommend Dr. Sebree and am thrilled with her work!"- K.H. / Google / Apr 03, 2017
What to Expect
Depending on the patient’s specific needs, the time of treatment can vary widely. Patients can expect to make multiple visits to the office to get all the needed work accomplished. Before any procedure, Dr. Gore will thoroughly examine the patient to see what issues or conditions are present. Detailed x-rays will be taken to get a better picture of the oral cavity. From there, Dr. Gore and the patient will discuss options, goals, and realistic outcomes.
The more common full mouth reconstruction procedures include, but are not limited to: replacing silver mercury fillings with composite tooth-colored fillings, replacing old dental crowns, and addressing any issues that may also affect the bite. Since every mouth is unique, every person’s treatment plan will be unique, as well. Consequently, it is vital for dentists performing full mouth reconstruction to have the latest technologies available for the diagnosis and treatment of oral conditions. At the practice of Dr. Gore, a patient will find all of the cutting-edge technology necessary to perform any full mouth reconstruction procedure and create the most beautiful, refined smile.
It’s important to follow post-procedure instructions carefully to allow for maximum healing and long-term results. Depending on the type of work performed, you may be prescribed medication, which your doctor will give you explicit instructions on how to take. You may need to avoid certain foods and drinks for a while after reconstruction. A follow-up appointment is usually scheduled a week afterwards, so it’s important to keep this appointment and any others that your dentist might schedule.
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Restore Your Mouth
You no longer have to suffer with a mouth that’s painful, making it hard to eat, drink, talk, or even sleep. You also don’t have to continue to suffer with a mouth that’s cosmetically unappealing. No matter what your oral condition is, we have a procedure right for you, if you choose a full mouth reconstruction. Our medical team will work with you every step of the way to customize your perfect treatment. Please call our office as soon as possible to get the ball rolling on a better mouth for a healthier you.