Rehabilitative dentistry is an 'interdisciplinary' approach to
restoring the deteriorating dentition, requiring the involvement of
the various specialties of dentistry. Multiple procedures are
usually involved in rebuilding and stabilizing these dentitions.
Support by various specialists, is often involved to ensure
the successful treatment of these patients.
Rehabilitation is suggested to patients who require major
restoration of both dental function and aesthetics. A
thorough analysis of the deteriorating oral conditions is performed
and customized treatment plans are engineered. The goal is to
establish long term dental and oral health.
Patients finding themselves in a situation where their dentition
is on its “last leg” will benefit from rehabilitative dentistry.
Dentitions requiring this type of treatment approach usually
exhibit extensive tooth, gum and bite instability. Often the
patient feels an overall rapid decline in their oral health
and general health status. Aesthetic compromise and
oral symptoms such as of a bad taste and/or smell may become
evident. Headaches, joint problems and a lack of general well-being
are often a involved.
Computer–based smile analysis and design:
Dr. Cooper can engineer a custom computer-designed treatment plan
for you. He routinely applies digital based photography and
radiology (X-rays) along with custom computer software to develop a
treatment plan which will satisfy all your dental and oral health
Respected for “excellence” by his peers, Dr. Cooper is referred
some of the most challenging aesthetic cases for
rehabilitation. These cases commonly reuire combination
treatments such as crowns, veneers, bridges, implants, CEREC
restorations, implant-supported bridges and dentures. Please
explore the galleries to discover the quality of treatment Dr.
Cooper routinely delivers to his patients.
Dr. Cooper has provided for his patients.