Do you have bad teeth? Whether the result of injury, decay, or structural issues, a substandard smile can cause a multitude of problems. Functionally unsound and often unattractive, unhealthy teeth can be a constant source of discomfort, embarrassment, and pain. Fortunately, there is a comprehensive dental solution to this all-too-common problem.
What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Instead of addressing serious dental issues individually, full mouth rehabilitation deals with them all at once. Using restorative and cosmetic dentistry techniques, we can simultaneously rebuild and restore all of the teeth in your upper and lower jaws. Numerous procedures may be used to achieve the desired results, including placing crowns, bridges, and dental veneers. Because full mouth rehab requires a multi-disciplined approach, our dental professionals have experience in various dental specialties.
What Dental Problems Can It Solve?
The main advantage of full mouth rehab is that it can be used to totally transform your smile, both in function and form. Here are a few of the dental issues it can correct:
- Teeth that are missing or loose
- Damaged, injured, or fractured teeth
- Teeth that are severely worn due to tooth grinding or acid erosion
- Discolored teeth
- Jaw and tooth alignment issues (malocclusion)
- Extremely sensitive teeth
- Crooked or misshapen teeth
- Tooth-related headaches or migraines
- Chronic gum disease
Who Needs Full Mouth Rehab?
The aim of this procedure is to improve the health of your entire mouth, including the gums, teeth, and bite. For those with minor dental problems that do not involve one or more of the above components, full mouth rehab is rarely recommended. After all, most dental issues that are limited to one area can be addressed using targeted techniques. But when problems affect the entire mouth, or most of it, a more comprehensive approach is generally needed. In most cases, our dentists will either replace or restore every tooth using a number of dental techniques and procedures.
As you might imagine, full mouth rehabilitation requires a substantial financial investment. The sheer number of dental procedures that must be completed to correct bad teeth makes it one of the most expensive dental options. Here at Guri S. Dhaliwal DMD, we gladly accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express for your convenience. But because many patients cannot afford to pay for full mouth rehab on their own, we also offer a number of financing options. Patients can apply for zero- and low-interest loans from reputable lenders such as CareCredit,You can even apply online.
Contact Us Now
Even if you think you have bad teeth, you may not be a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation. Dr. Guri S. Dhaliwal must give you a thorough examination before he can rule out other procedures. To save you money and speed things along, we offer a complimentary consultation for all new patients. Please call us at (925) 244-9770 to make your appointment today.