Full mouth rehabilitation—also known as full mouth restoration or full mouth reconstruction—combines a variety of dental treatments, restorative procedures, and/or tooth replacement options in order to rebuild a smile that has been badly damaged. Whether the damage has been caused by trauma, disease, failing dental work, or wear and tear, our team of skilled dentists can diagnose all issues and develop a comprehensive treatment plan. The ultimate goal is restoring optimal oral health (teeth, gums, and jawbone), tooth structure, tooth function, and a beautiful, natural-looking smile. Depending on one’s unique needs and goals, a full mouth rehabilitation treatment plan can address the following concerns:
- Missing teeth
- Periodontal (gum) disease
- Misaligned and gapped teeth
- Enamel erosion
- Broken, chipped, and/or cracked teeth
- Deep dental stains and discoloration
- Ineffective or broken dental restorations
- TMJ disorder
- Teeth requiring extraction
- Ill-fitting dentures or bridges
Full mouth rehabilitation can sometimes be performed within the span of a single appointment; however, most patients either require a phased approach (for extensive treatment) or two or more visits. Various sedation dentistry techniques are often used to relax patients during treatment, improve efficiency, and prevent discomfort.
For more information about full mouth rehabilitation, we invite you to continue reading the sections below, or simply contact Alpine Dental Care today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced dentists.
- Full Mouth Rehabilitation Treatment Options
- Full Mouth Rehabilitation Process
- Full Mouth Rehabilitation Cost
What Are My Full Mouth Rehabilitation Treatment Options?
At Alpine Dental Care, we offer the full spectrum of restorative, implant, and cosmetic dentistry services—all of which can be incorporated into a customized full mouth rehabilitation treatment plan. We pride ourselves on providing state-of-the-art care and restorations to deliver results that are beautiful, functional, and long-lasting. Our full mouth rehabilitation treatments can include:
- Dental implants
- Implant dentures
- Periodontal care
- Dental crowns
- Dental bridges
- Porcelain veneers
- Teeth whitening
- Cosmetic bonding
- Tooth-colored fillings
- Inlays and onlays
- TMJ treatment
The right treatment(s) for you will be determined during your consultation with one of our dentists. A comprehensive dental examination, diagnosis of your dental concerns, discussion of your goals, and exploration of your priorities/budget will help your dentist develop a highly personalized treatment plan that is custom-tailored to you.
What Happens During a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
The steps of your full mouth rehabilitation treatment plan will depend largely on the types of treatments and procedures that are indicated during your consultation. Your dentist will organize a treatment strategy that may require several services being performed during one sitting or a plan that spreads procedures out in phases to accommodate for healing and/or the fabrication of restorations. At the end of your appointment, you will be presented with a detailed treatment timeline so that you are able to gain a better understanding of your care and the results you can expect.
How Much Does Full Mouth Rehabilitation Cost?
The overall cost for your full mouth rehabilitation treatment plan can vary based on the treatments, procedures, and restorations included. Accurate cost quotes for full mouth rehabilitation plans are calculated using the following information:
- All proposed treatments, procedures, and surgeries
- Any expenses for custom restorations (What type? How many? Fabricated with which materials and techniques?)
- Any fees for sedation
We are happy to provide you with a detailed cost estimate after a consultation with one of our dentists. If you are curious about payment options, dental insurance coverage, and/or CareCredit® financing, our knowledgeable office team can answer all of your questions. Since complex full mouth rehabilitation treatment plans can be costly, many of our patients choose to explore CareCredit® financing as a way to make payments more convenient and budget-friendly.
Want to learn more about full mouth rehabilitation and the specific treatments you are interested in? Contact Alpine Dental Care to schedule your $80 non-refundable consultation.*