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Full mouth rehabilitation means just as it sounds, dental care for your entire mouth. This care is not limited to just your teeth but also your gums, jaw joint and overall well being. 
There are many reasons why one may need full mouth rehabilitation. Bruxism (teeth grinding), gum disease, TMJ discomfort, tooth decay, and appearance are just a few reasons. A beautiful smile comes with a healthy mouth and jaw joint.  Dr. Stonisch looks very closely at all these aspects to ensure not only a smile that looks natural on the outside but also functions well on the inside. 
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Combining Both Art & Science

An accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) for over 30 years, Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch has combined both art and science to transform hundreds of patients’ mouths into extraordinary smiles that project self-confidence and beauty! 

Dr. Stonisch can restore smiles with a variety of techniques that are customized for each individual patient. Her services include porcelain and no-drill veneers, crowns, dental implants, dentures, bite therapy, and the latest in modern technology when it comes to dental cleanings.  

Get The Smile You Always Wanted!

Let Dr. Stonisch Transform Your Smile


When doing full mouth rehabilitation, Dr. Stonisch uses premiere state-of-the-art procedures that make your teeth straighter, whiter, and better aligned, or even be used to replace missing teeth that have a natural feel.

When it comes to full mouth rehabilitation, Dr. Stonisch pays close attention to every detail, from your initial consultation and planning to your dental treatment and follow-up care. She makes it very easy for you to consider all avenues of dental treatment by presenting various treatment options to you after evaluating the current conditions of your smile. You will have a thorough understanding of your treatment results before any dental work begins.

Ask us about how Dr. Stonisch can transform your smile into the smile that you used to have or the one you have always wanted!  Listen to other patients’ stories and see how their smiles were transformed!

Visit our gallery of beautiful smiles to view photos of many actual patients that have had full mouth rehabilitation.

If you are looking for a premier cosmetic dentist in Grosse Pointe, call Dr. Stonisch at the Faircourt Dental Smile Studio today at (313) 882-2000. You can also reach out to us on our contact form to set up a consultation. 

Full Mouth Rehabilitations- Before and Amazing Afters


There are many symptoms associated with TMD, such as:

At the same time, there are a number of factors that can lead to migraines. These may include:

While all of these symptoms can result in migraines, one of the most common causes is bruxism, or repeatedly clenching or grinding your teeth, especially at night while you sleep. If left untreated, bruxism may eventually wear down your enamel, leading to tooth loss and even TMD — which, in turn, can trigger migraines.

finding the relief


If you’ve been diagnosed with TMD or are experiencing migraines, Dr. Stonisch offers various solutions to get you the help you need.



To correct your bite problem, Dr. Stonisch may recommend a Kois deprogrammer to kickstart your treatment. It’s a simple, effective device that’s similar to an orthodontic retainer, and it’s worn for two to three weeks for 24 hours a day. You can remove it when it’s time for a meal or to brush your teeth, however.

The Kois deprogrammer is positioned on the roof of your mouth and secured with a wire that fits around the outer surface of your teeth. This device “deprograms” tense jaw muscles by preventing your teeth from touching, allowing your muscles to relax.

After the required treatment time is completed, your muscles will no longer push on the jaw joint and cause discomfort or pain. The deprogrammer won’t solve your bite problem, but it allows Dr. Stonisch to assess your bite and determine the best solution for you.

While all of these symptoms can result in migraines, one of the most common causes is bruxism, or repeatedly clenching or grinding your teeth, especially at night while you sleep. If left untreated, bruxism may eventually wear down your enamel, leading to tooth loss and even TMD — which, in turn, can trigger migraines.



After your bite is properly assessed, Dr. Stonisch can recommend one of the following treatment options that we offer at our practice in Grosse Pointe Woods:


To ensure your teeth are aligned and touch without pressure, teeth are sometimes thinned, built-up, or leveled. This will alleviate pressure or friction when you bite or chew, allowing your jaw to open and close properly.


This orthodontic treatment can shift the upper teeth to make room for the lower teeth. Dr. Stonisch can also modify the amount of tooth structure in between the contacts, allowing narrower teeth to fit better.


We can use porcelain or resin to build up the back teeth to increase their height and open up the bite. This can either reduce the pressure on the front teeth or correct the issue by improving support on the back teeth.


Dr. Stonisch may recommend surgery when there’s no other way to correct the problem. This includes wiring the jaws shut and it typically requires a long recovery over the course of several weeks.


This is an effective treatment for patients experiencing bite problems or TMD caused by bruxism. Botox reduces the strength of contractions in the muscles that work the jaws while grinding. In turn, pressure on your teeth and potential damage is reduced.


To temporarily protect your teeth, a bite guard will reduce teeth and jaw joint damage. Keep in mind, it won’t solve your bite problems but rather prevent additional damage as we prepare you for more definitive treatment.



I suffer from TMJ disorder. How can you help?

To treat TMJ disorder, Dr. Stonisch offers effective treatments, like oral devices or other oral procedures to relieve pain and discomfort. Surgery may be necessary to treat severe symptoms of TMJ, but we’ll examine the cause of your pain to determine the best course of action. With an extensive education in TMJ, Dr. Stonisch is ready to help you get a good night’s rest and wake up to a pain-free morning.”

How long do TMJ symptoms last?

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. If the underlying problem isn’t treated, symptoms can be chronic and last years. It’s important to contact Dr. Stonisch if you’re experiencing pain due to TMJ or migraines. 

To schedule an appointment, give us a call at (313) 882-2000 so we can relieve your discomfort and help you rediscover what it’s like to wake up pain-free.

I have chronic migraines. How can you help?

When you experience the onset of a migraine, the effects can be unnerving. Some helpful tips to treat migraines include drinking a caffeinated beverage, applying a cold or warm compress, turning off the lights, or taking over-the-counter pain relievers. 

Bruxism is a common cause of migraines, which is characterized by clenching or grinding of the teeth. If you’re experiencing bruxism, contact our practice to schedule an appointment with Dr. Stonisch so she can examine your condition and discuss your treatment options. We’ll get to the root of the problem and prevent any further complications. 

How long do migraines last?

Migraines can last anywhere from four hours to several days. If you’re experiencing migraines, give us a call at (313) 882-2000 and Dr. Stonisch will review your medical history and recommend the most effective treatment for your condition. 

Can migraines be prevented?

here are several ways to prevent migraines, such as establishing a healthy bedtime routine, managing stress, and receiving professional care. Migraines may be due to underlying issues caused by bruxism, or teeth grinding. If that’s the case, Dr. Stonisch can treat bruxism with a custom-made, portable oral device. During your free consultation, Dr. Stonisch will assess the cause of your migraines and discuss your treatment options.