Full-mouth rehabilitation is not a single dental treatment. It’s a variety of customized procedures performed over time — all done with the goal of restoring your overall oral health and confidence.
If you are ready to reclaim your oral health and finally get the smile of your dreams, full-mouth rehabilitation may be right for you. Patients who have experienced severe tooth loss or extensive tooth damage will be amazed by the benefits of a rehabilitated smile. Our team has cared for patients with a wide range of dental needs, from individuals with dental injuries to those who haven’t had access to proper dental care in years. Reach out to our team today to find out you’re a candidate for full-mouth rehabilitation. Call (562) 925-3715.
The best candidates for full-mouth rehabilitation are patients with multiple dental problems.
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Our priority is to ensure the foundation of your smile is strong and healthy so your restorations can last.
Not only will you be able to properly eat, chew, speak, and laugh again, you’ll enjoy the beautiful results of a brand new smile.
A healthy smile lends to thriving overall health. By replacing teeth and removing decay, your oral health and whole-body health will naturally improve.
First, your dentist in Bellflower will get to know you and your unique dental needs to get a full-scope understanding of your true oral health. Next, we’ll take digital impressions and x-rays to examine your bite, tooth structure, and any decay or prior dental work. With all this information in mind, your dentist will create the treatment plan for your full-mouth rehabilitation.
Any decay or old dental work will be treated by your dentist. If left alone, these existing factors could threaten the stability and longevity of your reconstruction. Some of these treatments could include root canal therapy, replacement of old fillings, periodontal care, or tooth extractions in cases of extreme decay.
Now that the underlying issues have been addressed, it’s time for your smile makeover! We will take impressions of your teeth in order to craft the best restoration for your new healthy mouth. Whether you require veneers, implants, inlays, onlays, crowns, or more, your restorations will be custom-made to match the color and shape of the rest of your smile. Once they are complete, your dentist will securely bond the restoration into place, giving you a totally transformed smile!
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Every patient is different, especially when it comes to full-mouth rehabilitation! Since your dental issues and health history are totally unique to you, there is no cookie-cutter path to ensure your mouth gets fully rehabilitated. That’s why we take the time to know you during your consultation and exam so we can thoroughly understand your oral health needs and goals. With all of these factors in mind, your dentist will be able to outline the best combination of procedures for you. Some of these restorations could include veneers, onlays, inlays, dental implants, dental crowns, or dentures. It’s always our goal to be conservative as possible when providing you with a long-lasting dental restoration.
The timeline depends on a variety of factors, including the state of your current oral health, what treatments you may need prior to getting a restoration, how many restorations you will require, and more. From start to finish, a full-mouth rehabilitation takes anywhere from several months to 2 years to complete. At your consultation, your dentist will be able to provide a specific timeline based on your unique needs.
Since full-mouth rehabilitation is a completely custom treatment process, there is no one-set cost. An accurate cost estimation will be provided by your dentist during your consultation, which is based on the extent of work involved for your unique case. Rest assured, our office will walk you through our financing options and answer any questions you may have.