Full mouth Rehabilitations
Full mouth rehabilitation cases are one of the most difficult cases to manage in a Prosthodontic practice. These cases involve not only replacement of the lost tooth structure but also restoring the lost bite (vertical dimension). Full mouth reconstruction is a set of procedures that correct an improper bite position as well as restoring chipped or worn out teeth. Improper jaw position sometimes is implicated in various neuro-muscular disorders as well as in headache and neck ache. Correcting the jaw position not only restores proper function, but also helps in enhancing the cosmetic appearance of the patient.
A few words about us
Dr. Aragon is a board-certified Prosthodontist in Canada and in the United States. Born in Lima, Peru, where she was awarded her DDS degree in 1997, she later completed one year internship in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Michigan, treating severely medically compromised patients.
In 2001, she moved to the South where she received additional training and received a master’s degree and certificate in Prosthodontics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She moved to Canada in 2004 to join the Prosthodontics Faculty at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry as an Assistant Professor.
Dr. Aragon started to practice at the London Health Science Centre in 2006, where to this date she continues to treat medically compromised patients and rehabilitates the dentition of patients who suffered from oral cancer. She also provides prosthodontic supervision to the General Practice Residents. The same year, she welcomed her daughter Catalina. In 2008, she added a baby boy, Horacio, to the London growing population.
In July of 2011, Dr. Aragon opened ARAGON PROSTHODONTICS at 203-1135 Adelaide Street North, in London, Ontario. In this brand new facility she continues to provide high quality restorative dental care to the London and surrounding communities.
Dr. Aragon is a published researcher and an adjunct reviewer with the Journal Oral and Maxillofacial Implants and the Journal of Dental Education. She is a member of various different professional organizations, including the Ontario Dental Association, the Canadian Dental Association, the Association of Prosthodontists of Canada and the American College of Prosthodontics.
She is a soccer and volleyball mom. Her main hobbies are to take walks with her pug Bingo and cooking for family and friends. Jane is fluent in Japanese and Spanish.