Full mouth rehabilitation is a combination of restorative and cosmetic dentistry that can improve your oral health and entire smile. It involves a combination of procedures that can be done over several visits, such as dental crowns, dental bridges, dental veneers, dental implants, orthodontics, etc. All of these treatments can dramatically improve the health of your teeth, gums, and overall smile, and when completed together, the results can be quite appealing.
Benefits of full mouth rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation can provide a variety of benefits, such as:
- It can enhance your smile’s appearance.
- Improve the function of your teeth.
- Enhance your quality of life by enabling you to eat any food you like.
- Improve self-confidence.
- Long-lasting and effective results.
Full mouth rehabilitation procedure
Full mouth rehabilitation, or full mouth reconstruction, is a set of procedures that rebuilds the healthy, attractive smile that has formed over many years. Full mouth rehabilitation can repair damaged teeth, restore oral functions, and alleviate chronic oral pain.
Full mouth rehabilitation may include multiple procedures, such as:
- Replacing missing teeth using dental bridges or implants.
- Restoring severely worn out or damaged teeth using veneers or composite bonding.
- Treating cavities using tooth-colored fillings.
- Correcting issues with the bite and teeth alignment through orthodontic solutions
- Aesthetics dental solutions such as teeth whitening, gum contouring, etc.
How long does full mouth rehabilitation take?
A full mouth rehabilitation takes time, typically 6 to 12 months. The process requires treatment from many different specialties, including restorative, endodontics, periodontics, and orthodontics. A patient may have to see a specialist for any necessary procedures. We will conduct a thorough diagnosis and give you an understanding of all the required procedures.
To find out more about the dental services offered at Day Dental Implants and Dentures, call (701) 888-9222 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 5120 Prosperity Way Ste. 108, Fargo, ND.