Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Reconstruct Your Smile

Years of poor oral care, injury, or disease can erode your teeth and gums and causing a serious decline in dental health. Fortunately, this does not need to be permanent. Thanks to comprehensive quality dental care, dentists and orthodontists are now able to help reconstruct your mouth entirely. The process of full mouth rehabilitation involves working with the entire spectrum of your mouth, including the jaw, the gums, the teeth, and the bite. This is a highly individualized procedure that will vary on a case-by- case basis, but you can rest assured that the experts at Advanced Dental Arts will help you regain optimal function and build a beautiful smile!

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The Process

Full mouth rehabilitation and reconstruction does not just refer to one procedure. Rather, it encompasses a number of cosmetic and restorative dentistry techniques to help the patient revamp their original smile. Our team works closely with each and every patient to customize a restoration procedure that will restore the health and aesthetic of your teeth. Full mouth rehabilitation can include any combination of the following procedures to help achieve the desired result:

  • Dental Bridges
  • Inlays or Onlays
  • Dental Crowns
  • Porcelain Veneers

  • Implants or Dentures
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Deep Dental Cleanings
  • Fillings

All in all, the duration of treatment, the procedures you need, and the cost of treatment will depend on the extent of reconstruction or rehabilitation that is required to achieve a radiant mouth. In the end, it is always worth it in order to have and maintain beautiful, healthy teeth, gums, and smile.

Eligible Candidates

The best candidates for full mouth rehabilitation or restoration are patients who have suffered extensive tooth loss, gum decay, or damage to the mouth. Besides oral health, you should be in good general health and be available to go through multiple procedures and appointments over the course of your treatment. When you commit to a full mouth reconstruction, you are giving your oral health a second chance! This is a life-changing experience that can make you feel like a whole new you. Patients who have suffered from tooth loss and oral decomposition can experience an improved quality of life, a boost in self-confidence, and even find that they are more comfortable talking, eating, and laughing.

Tampa, Wesley Chapel, Citrus Park, Carrollwood, Lakeland, and New Port Richey based patients who are interested in undergoing or learning more about full mouth rehabilitation procedures and techniques are encouraged to call Advanced Dental Arts to schedule a consultation with one of our specialists. Our state-of-the-art facilities offers patients a comfortable environment with friendly staff that is with you every step of the way.