Full Mouth Rehabilitation

smiling11Full Mouth Rehabilitation is a term that refers to achieving beautiful aesthetics and proper function for all of the teeth through various cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures. Those who are missing multiple teeth or who have widespread cavities, broken teeth, or bite problems are often good candidates for Full Mouth Rehabilitation. Frequently this treatment involves the care of several dental specialists, coordinated by Dr. Beiting.

Dr. Beiting dedicates much of her practice to folks with complex restorative and cosmetics needs. Treatment typically involves a combination of the following procedures:

We have the pleasure of working with many Full Mouth Rehabilitation patients. It starts with a straightforward, one-on-one conversation with Dr. Beiting. What would you like to improve? What can we do? What are your options? How much will it cost?

Every case is different, but the goals are the same: a beautiful smile and a strong, functional bite. The real reward of working with Full Mouth Rehabilitation patients is going through the process as a team. We feel your nervousness, we listen to your concerns, and in the end we share your joy. The greatest pleasure is seeing these wonderful patients at their dental hygiene visits in the years after their work was completed, still smiling.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation FAQs

What dental concerns can a Full Mouth Rehabilitation treat?

At Beiting Family Dentistry, all Full Mouth Rehabilitations are custom-tailored to address the specific needs of the individual. Some of the most common dental concerns that can be corrected with this comprehensive treatment include cavities and decay, tooth stains/discoloration, chips, gaps, misalignments, broken teeth, missing teeth, and even bite issues. Don’t see your dental issue in this list? Don’t worry! These are simply a few of the many concerns that can be treated. Dr. Beiting will be happy to meet with you in person to evaluate exactly what you would like to improve, and from there she can create a customized treatment plan accordingly.

How do I know if I need a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

A Full Mouth Rehabilitation may be right for you if you are experiencing many cosmetic or functional dental problems. This could include having several cavities, multiple broken or damaged teeth, numerous missing teeth, and/or a variety of other concerns. The ultimate goal of a Full Mouth Rehabilitation is to comprehensively restore form and function to the teeth while optimizing oral health for a beautiful, long-lasting smile.

How long will my Full Mouth Rehabilitation take to complete?

Total treatment time for a Full Mouth Rehabilitation will depend on a number of different factors, such as your unique needs and goals, the specific techniques employed, how far apart they need to be spaced, and how quickly you recover after each procedure (if a healing period is necessary). After performing an extensive oral examination and speaking with you about what you wish to address, Dr. Beiting can provide a close estimate as to how long the entire treatment process may take based on your unique situation.

How much does a Full Mouth Rehabilitation cost?

Just like total treatment time, the cost of a Full Mouth Rehabilitation will vary from patient to patient. Key components that influence overall expense include the scope of treatment, which procedures are performed, how many specialists need to be involved, the quality of dental materials utilized, and more. At Beiting Family Dentistry, we never want anyone to avoid a Full Mouth Rehabilitation because they think it might be too expensive. Dr. Beiting is mindful of every individual’s budget when she develops treatment plans, and we partner with both CareCredit and Lending Club Patient Solutions to provide patients with economical payment and financing options. In addition, we offer the Beiting Affordable Dental Plan—an alternative to dental insurance that grants patients 20% off all dental treatments (among other advantages) without the hassle of deductibles, insurance claims, or maximum benefits.

How long will results last?

Once your Full Mouth Rehabilitation is complete, the longevity of your results will depend upon the treatments you received and how well you maintain your oral health. Porcelain veneers, for example, tend to last several years—sometimes decades—when properly cared for, and dental implants can last a lifetime when optimal oral hygiene habits are followed regularly. Keys to maximizing the long-term results of your Full Mouth Rehabilitation include brushing and flossing daily, as well as visiting Dr. Beiting at least twice annually for routine checkups and teeth cleanings.

Contact Beiting Family Dentistry

Enjoy smiling? So do we! To learn more about Full Mouth Rehabilitation, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Beiting, please contact our office today.

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