Full mouth rehabilitation refers to the process of completely restoring all of the teeth in your mouth. This process is needed when: teeth have been lost, teeth have been injured or fractured, teeth have become worn as a result of acid-erosion or jaw pain is present due to bite problems.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Every patient’s full mouth reconstruction is different and, therefore, requires various different various procedures. Usually, full mouth reconstruction requires multiple office visits and some amount of healing time. Your specialist will determine which procedure or combination of procedures is necessary to restore and rebuild your perfect smile. We will also refer you to other dental specialists if needed.

Some options include:

  • Teeth cleaning (prophylaxis)
  • Crown lengthening to prepare tooth structure for possible crowns or bridges
  • Surgery to reposition the jaw (orthognathic surgery)
  • Contouring of the gum tissue
  • Reduction of natural tooth structure to prepare for crowns, bridges, and veneers
  • Placement of temporary restorations to get you used to your new teeth or bite adjustment
  • Placement of permanent restorations such as crowns, veneers, inlays/onlays, or bridges
  • Braces to move teeth into the ideal position for reconstruction
  • Bone or soft tissue grafting to increase the stability of your teeth or implants

Candidates for complete mouth rehab will display one or more of the following:

  • Multiple missing teeth

  • Excessive wear on teeth surfaces

  • Periodontal disease

  • Excessively misaligned or unattractive teeth

Patient Case Before

Patient Case After