Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation is a highly individualized treatment. The point of a full mouth reconstruction plan is to optimize the health of the entire mouth, including the teeth, the gums, and the bite. In many cases, it is necessary to replace or restore every tooth in the mouth using a combination of dental services.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation may include any of the following cosmetic and restorative dentistry services:-

  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Inlays or Onlays
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Professional grade teeth whitening
  • Fillings


Teeth can become damaged or fall out for a number of reasons, including disease and trauma. Ideal candidates for full mouth rehabilitation need to be in good general health but have multiple missing or badly damaged teeth. Many full mouth rehabilitation patients also require the replacement of existing dental restorations that have worn over time. Although most full mouth rehabilitation plans require extensive work over multiple appointments, the result is a fully functioning mouth and excellent oral health that can last for decades.


To explore the possibility of a new set of teeth and the resulting surge in self-confidence and quality of life, make an appointment to meet with our specialists to discuss full mouth rehabilitation.

Advantages Of Treatment

By using a wide variety of restorative treatments, a full mouth reconstruction can replace or repair a complete set of teeth along the upper and lower jaws. A full mouth restoration also helps to eliminate the greater risk of oral infections associated with tooth loss and extensive tooth damage. The treatment also targets existing health problems, including tooth decay and gum disease.
Persistent headaches or migraines can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. In some cases, they may be caused by clenching or grinding the teeth. A full mouth rehabilitation will address these concerns.
Gum disease is another issue addressed with full mouth rehabilitation to ensure that the reconstructed teeth have a healthy foundation. Scaling and root planing may be sufficient to correct any damage, or you may require soft tissue or bone grafts to build up the gums and underlying jaw bone.
Crooked teeth can be a source of pain and discomfort and can also increase the risk of tartar buildup and gum disease. Correcting the bite with braces, Invisalign, or porcelain veneers will make the smile more beautiful as well as healthier and pain-free.
Dental Implants
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