Full Mouth Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, and Rejuvenation

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth rehabilitation, reconstruction, and rejuvenation refers to a combination of dental procedures that are designed to rebuild and restore all teeth in the upper and lower jaws.

It takes into account function, oral health, and appearance in order to achieve optimal outcomes for each patient.

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Continue reading to learn all about full mouth rehabilitation, including what patients can expect from the procedure.

What Does Full Mouth Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, and Rejuvenation Entail?

Prior to undergoing full mouth restoration, your dentist will evaluate the state of your mouth, teeth, and tissues.

Based on the current condition of your teeth and the presence of cavities, decay, wear and tear, and cracks, your dentist will recommend a variety of dental treatments. These may include veneers, crowns, bridges, and dental implants.

Your gums will also be examined for signs of periodontal disease. In the event that you have some degree of gum disease, you will likely need scaling and root planning.

Because bite issues and malocclusions can significantly impact oral health, it’s also important for your dentist to look at temporomandibular joints, jaw muscles, and occlusion.

Lastly, your dentist will inspect the color, size, shape, and proportions of your teeth to determine if and how they can be made more aesthetically-pleasing. 

What Treatments May be Performed with Full Mouth Restoration?

Following a comprehensive consultation and examination, your dentist will develop a customized treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs and goals.

As such, your full mouth rehabilitation, reconstruction, and rejuvenation may include:

  • Teeth cleaning
  • Periodontal care 
  • Crown lengthening 
  • Orthognathic surgery 
  • Gum contouring 
  • Reduction of your natural teeth to prepare for crowns, bridges, or veneers 
  • Placement of temporary restorations 
  • Placement of permanent restorations, such as crowns, veneers, inlays/onlays or bridges,
  • Orthodontics such as braces
  • Implants or bridges to address missing teeth 
  • Bone or soft tissue grafting

Request a Consult for Full Mouth Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, and Rejuvenation

For additional information about full mouth rehabilitation, reconstruction, and rejuvenation, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented dental providers. 

Call us for more information: (703) 281-6201