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Rejuvenation Dentistry

Rejuvenation dentistry is a biology-based approach to treatment based on scientific research and observation of the human chewing system. At the MN Center for Dental Care, Dr. Paul Sheils uses a comprehensive process to ensure that jaw joints are stable, muscles are relaxed, and teeth are not worn down. With rejuvenation dentistry, pain and dysfunction are alleviated and your appearance is enhanced.

Patients who undergo rejuvenation dentistry enjoy:

  • Improved function
  • Comfort throughout the mouth and jaw area
  • Preservation of natural teeth
  • Excellent esthetics
  • Long-lasting dental health

Traditionally, dentists have used crowns to correct teeth problems or create a better smile to get the desired functionality and esthetics. While crowning teeth is a valuable technique, using crowns as a do-it-all solution is no longer the healthiest way to go. Rejuvenation dentistry allows you to improve and enhance your existing tooth structure and leads to better long-term health.

Rejuvenation dentistry is about diagnosing the chewing system as a whole, not just treating symptoms. It’s about restoring teeth to their original shape and function to give you better results. Esthetics, overall functionality, and long-term oral health are the goals of rejuvenation dentistry.

At the MN Center for Dental Care we provide 5 different Dental Rejuvenation services.

Bite Splint Therapy

Bite Splint Therapy— In the case of splint therapy for TMJ disorder, the term “splint” refers to a mouth guard, bite plate, or other type of oral apparatus prescribed by a dentist.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants— Combining the latest advances in micro-dentistry and periodontal craftsmanship, dental implants, also known as endosseous root-form implants, are the strongest, most permanent solution for missing teeth.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry— Achieve the bright and beautiful smile you deserve with cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry enhances the function and appearance of a patient’s teeth and mouth for a brighter, healthier smile.

Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry— Sedation dentistry is ideal for people who have had stressful, painful dental experiences, people with special needs and patients undergoing lengthy and/or complex dental procedures.


TMJ— TMD (TMJ dysfunction) is the dental term describing a collection of symptoms, which result when the chewing muscles, bite and jaw joints do not work together correctly.

Temporomandibular Joint


Jaw Bone

Temporomandibular Joint