Full Mouth Rehabilitation from Dr. Mohanna and Dr. Georgy Can Relieve Pain and Rejuvenate Your Smile

May 3, 2013

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar?

  • Frequent migraines or headaches
  • Unexplained loose teeth
  • Teeth that are worn, chipped, or cracked
  • Limited jaw movement (“Locked” jaw)
  • Continuous pain or soreness in your teeth or jaw

If one or more of these match your current oral health situation, then you may be a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation. At Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry, we understand the frustration and pain that can arise from teeth that are damaged or a bite that feels uneven. That’s why Dr. Mohanna and Dr. Georgy are happy to offer full mouth rehabilitation as an effective restorative treatment plan for lackluster mouths.  By combining the effective science of neuromuscular dentistry with the seamless beauty of cosmetic work, our Sapulpa, OK office can provide you with the stable, stunning results you’ve been dreaming of.

The full mouth rehabilitation process is fairly straightforward – first, with the help of detailed measurements, we’ll determine what the optimal position of your jaw will be. Then, based on that information, we’ll create a comfortable, virtually invisible oral appliance that you’ll wear to correct the problem. Additionally, dental restorations such as veneers or crowns may also be used to enhance your bite and help you achieve a more comfortable position. Drs. Mohanna and Georgy will be sure to discuss your treatment plan in full with you before any procedures begin and listen to any and all thoughts you have before making their own recommendations.

Pain shouldn’t have to be the norm for your smile; instead, contact Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry to schedule an appointment for your full mouth rehabilitation. Our staff in Sapulpa has handled both simple and complex restorative cases, and we’d like nothing more than to share our vast experience with you!

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