Dental Services / Technologies


Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

More often than not, dental treatment involves taking care of a handful of teeth at a time. A crown here, a filling or two there, and the mouth is restored.

However, in some cases, almost every tooth in the mouth is affected, broken down by wear, decay, or external trauma. In these cases, addressing only one tooth at a time is like putting a band-aid over a wound that really needs stitches. Instead, the full dentition needs to be rebuilt to restore proper function and a natural, healthy, beautiful smile.

The Consequences of a Worn-Down Mouth

Teeth are in our mouths for multiple reasons. The obvious one is to help us chew food. However, they are also crucial in maintaining the position of our jaw and providing vertical support and balance for our joints.

When teeth are worn down or lost, this equilibrium is thrown off. The bite collapses and the jaw loses its stability. This in turn can cause a number of neck, shoulder, and back issues, as well as migraines and sleep apnea. The teeth themselves also become more sensitive and have a worn, yellowish look to them.

Every patient is different, and each case requires a combination of various treatments to achieve the ideal result. However, the end goal is the same for everyone: rebuild the smile and restore a healthy, functional joint.

Benefits of Getting a Full Mouth Rehabilitation Treatment

Getting a full mouth rehabilitation treatment can benefit you in numerous ways. Here are some of them mentioned below.

  • Curing Headaches and Migraines
    Sustained headaches or migraines can significantly impact someone’s quality of life. In most cases, they may be caused by bruxism (clenching or grinding teeth) or the result of TMJ. A full mouth rehabilitation can treat this effectively and also alleviate headaches.
  • Treating Gum Diseases
    Gum diseases are common among most dental patients and can be addressed by full mouth rehabilitation to ensure a healthy foundation of reconstructed teeth. Full Mouth Rehabilitation associated with scaling, root planing, and bone grafts can help in building gums and underlying jawbones.
  • Stronger Dental Structure
    As we grow older, our teeth become weak and more likely to suffer from extensive damage. This may have a long-lasting impact on your dental structure and the integrity of teeth, leading to serious issues with your dental health.
  • Restoring Your Attractive Smile and Functions
    Though it’s not technically a cosmetic procedure, we focus on both beauty & functions of the whole mouth. Tooth-colored filling and porcelain are just a few cosmetic dental treatment options.
  • Improve Overall Oral Health
    Getting a full mouth rehabilitation treatment can significantly benefit your overall oral health. Since the treatment includes different & diverse treatments & procedures, you’re more likely to get benefit from it. Though it’s extensive, it will improve your oral health and give you a smile that will make your appearance better.

How to Get Started

If you have a desire to improve your dental health, we encourage you to call and schedule a consultation today to see what your options are! Your consultation will include a full set of x-rays and comprehensive oral evaluation, as well as time with the doctor to discuss the treatment and answer any questions you may have.

Call today to schedule your consultation and get started on the path to getting back your healthy, beautiful smile!