Full Mouth Rehabilitation: What You Need to Know

Full Mouth Rehabilitation: What You Need to Know

In today’s blog post, we’re answering some of your questions about full mouth rehabilitation. The procedure can sound frightening, but there is no need to be afraid. Rehabilitation offers many aesthetic and health benefits.

What is it?

During a full mouth rehabilitation, Dr. Korous will rebuild or restore all your upper and lower teeth. Full restorations address multiple dental concerns while providing the patient with a new beautiful smile.

Why would you need full mouth rehabilitation?

A full mouth restoration improves both the look and function of your teeth. Some common reasons people may be candidates for rehabilitation include:

  • Several missing teeth
  • Broken or cracked teeth
  • Extensive tooth decay
  • Worn teeth from grinding or acid erosion
  • Pain requiring a bite adjustment

What steps are involved?

You’ll begin with a consultation with Dr. Korous to determine if you’re a candidate for a full mouth rehabilitation. From there, Dr. Korous will develop a comprehensive step-by-step treatment plan for your restoration. Your treatment plan may include a mix of:

  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Veneers
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures

A full mouth restoration focuses on more than just your teeth. Your treatment plan will also address any issues with your gums or bite and could include periodontal therapy and bite correction.

Your restoration is not a one-day treatment and will likely include several visits to our Frisco office over the course of a few weeks.

Will people be able to tell?

Dr. Korous takes special care to ensure your smile is both beautiful and natural looking. At Millennium Smiles we only use the highest-quality dental materials that are designed to look like natural teeth.

What are the benefits?

After completing a full mouth rehabilitation many patients experience:

  • Increased confidence from a new beautiful smile.
  • Improved chewing and teeth function.
  • Decreased jaw or tooth pain.

If you think you could be a candidate or a full mouth restoration, contact us today to schedule an appointment.