Full Mouth Rejuvenation

Dr. Kremer's true gift is his ability and training in full mouth rejuvenation.

Dr. Kremer is among the 2% of dentists nationwide certified in neuromuscular reconstruction, having completed more than 200 hours of advanced training at LVI, the nation's leading dental training institute.

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Full Mouth Rejuvenation is often referred to as a Smile Makeover, but it is more than cosmetic dentistry alone. Full mouth rejuvenation is just that - the complete revitalization of the smile. It is a non-surgical, comprehensive approach to getting the upper and lower jaws in proper alignment, removing all decay, repairing all chipped, weakened and severely worn and broken teeth, and ultimately creating a healthy, gorgeous smile that will last for years.

There are occasions when a patient's mouth has undergone excessive wear and tear over the years. It may be due to neglect, periodontal disease, or issues of jaw or bite alignment. In these circumstances, treating one area, or even one arch will not resolve the problem. This is when full-mouth rejuvenation is necessary.

Full mouth rejuvenation addresses the condition of the entire mouth, from the position of the bite to the health and appearance of the teeth and gums. It is a highly specialized procedure requiring state-of-the-art technology so advanced that there are a limited number of dentists trained to use it.

The process is entirely comfortable and begins with an evaluation of the bite, the foundation of the smile. Through examination, Dr. Kremer can detect any noises in your jaw. These noises are reflective of destructive motion in your tempromandibular joint (TMJ) and can be the cause of significant pain.

Once the ideal jaw position is determined, the health and appearance of your gums and teeth will be addressed. Any periodontal disease will be treated, helping the gums to reattach to your teeth. Any decay will be removed. Metal fillings will be replaced with porcelain restorations. Broken, chipped, or cracked teeth will be repaired. Missing teeth will be replaced. All restorations will be completed to raise or lower your jaw to achieve the ideal jaw position for optimal health. The result will be a beautiful smile that is as comfortable and functional as it is attractive.

People often spend money on a nicer car, a tropical vacation, or a 'new toy'. While these things are nice, they are temporary and the excitement often diminishes quickly. An investment in yourself through a full-mouth rejuvenation can have a deep, meaningful impact on the way you feel about yourself and the way you present yourself to others for the rest of your life. What a rejuvenating experience!