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Full Mouth Rehabilitation​

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

When we use multiple procedures at once to rehabilitate your mouth, whether to restore its function, appearance, or both, we refer to it as a full mouth rehabilitation. The specific procedures will vary depending on the individual needs of the patient, but the end result will be a beautiful, confident smile.

Types of Procedures within a Full Mouth Rehabilitation

If you’re a candidate for a full mouth rehabilitation, your specific treatment will vary depending on your situation. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to a full mouth restoration, nor should there be. Here are a few of the most common procedures our patients might receive:

  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Bone grafting
  • Implants
  • Fillings
  • Tooth extractions
  • Veneers or Lumineers

When Do You Need a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Dr. Sabaté will recommend a full mouth rehabilitation if he determines it’s a necessary course of action for you, but as always, the decision will be yours. We’ll consult and answer any questions you may have to help you make the best decision for you and your mouth.

The term “full mouth rehabilitation” can sound more robust than it often is, so there’s no need to be apprehensive. It’s simply an all-encompassing term for any time we perform multiple procedures in order to get your smile back to where you want it.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation FAQs

The steps you need to take following your full mouth rehabilitation will be specific to which procedures you had done. We’ll go over everything with you prior to the procedures so you know what to expect in terms of recovery time, potential normal symptoms, issues to look for and, when necessary, pain medication.

As always, brushing and flossing twice daily is a good idea, although we may give you some special instructions for how to brush and floss in the days following your procedures.

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