Full Mouth Rehabilitation
A full mouth rehabilitation is often performed for patients who wish to correct a number of dental health issues at once. Whereas a smile makeover can address a wide range of cosmetic concerns simultaneously, a full mouth rehabilitation is custom-designed to improve both the function and the aesthetics of your smile. Oftentimes, full mouth rehabilitation patients experience an improvement in their overall quality of life thanks to this advanced restorative dental treatment.
Candidates for Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation patients may have any number of common oral health concerns or cosmetic imperfections. Candidates may suffer from severe tooth decay, advanced periodontal disease (gum disease), tooth erosion, missing teeth, poor occlusion, or Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD). In addition, full mouth rehabilitation candidates often have teeth affected by cracks, chips, stains, or discoloration.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Cost
A common concern with patients considering a full mouth rehabilitation is the amount they can expect to pay. Since a wide variety of solutions may be included in your treatment plan, and certain procedures may require multiple treatments, the cost will greatly vary from patient to patient. A full mouth rehabilitation can include a number of different treatments, such as dental implants, porcelain veneers, Invisalign®, periodontal care, gum rejuvenation, and teeth whitening.
On average, the cost of a full mouth rehabilitation is estimated to be a minimum of $800 to $1,500 for each tooth, and the maximum total cost can be as much as $30,000 or more. Despite the higher price of the multi-tooth reconstruction, patients typically report their life-changing results make it a worthwhile investment. Depending on your dental insurance provider and plan, some of your costs may be covered. In addition, our practice offers dental financing to help make your procedure more affordable.
Since the price range for a full mouth rehabilitation is very patient-specific, you will need to schedule an appointment with one of our dentists to receive a more accurate quote. At this visit, they will create a personalized treatment plan based on your needs.
Customized Treatment Plan
Since each full mouth rehabilitation is tailored by our dentists to meet the unique needs of the patient, treatment often combines a number of cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures. Each component is selected during the consultation process and chosen by you and your dentist to improve the function and aesthetics of your smile. Possible procedures may include:
- Dental Implants: Dental implants are an innovative solution for missing teeth that become a permanent part of your mouth. With unparalleled stability and natural-looking aesthetics, dental implants restore lost form and function with beautiful results.
- Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are designed to conceal tooth imperfections such as chips, cracks, stains, discoloration, or even mild tooth misalignment. By attaching a thin layer of porcelain to the affected teeth, you can enhance the appearance of your smile.
- Dental Crowns: Dental crowns can used to repair and fortify a tooth that has been affected by substantial damage or decay. Offering more structural support than porcelain veneers, dental crowns can be ideal for correcting imperfections of the rear teeth.
- Gum Recontouring: Excess gum tissue, more commonly called a “gummy smile,” can affect the proportion of your teeth and gums. By recontouring the gums and removing any excess gum tissue, your smile can achieve a more balanced appearance.
- TMD Treatment: To alleviate many of the common symptoms of Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD), our dentists can evaluate the balance of the jaw, the movement of the head and neck, and the force of your bite. Afterward, a treatment program with TruDenta® can be custom-made to meet your unique needs.
- Periodontal Care: With deep cleaning and root planing, you can minimize or eliminate the common symptoms of gum disease, including redness, swelling, discomfort, or bleeding of the gums.
To learn more about full mouth rehabilitations, please contact us to schedule an appointment.