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Dental Rehabilitation at Smile Zone Dental

If you’re looking for full mouth rehabilitation solutions in the Fort Gratiot & MI areas, Smile Zone Dental is here to assist. This is a huge step in taking back your confidence and oral health and we will be with you every step of the way so you can receive the care and support you need. Our goal as dental professionals is to do whatever we can help you enjoy smiling again, as well as set you up with a healthy, beaming smile. Since every situation is different, we will begin with a consultation to learn more about your wants, needs, and end-goal. Learn more about full mouth rehabilitation and how we can help completely rebuild and reimagine your smile through our cosmetic dentistry services.

What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation is the act of combining multiple restorative and cosmetic dental treatments to create a smile you feel good about showing off. The specific cosmetic procedures that make up your full mouth restoration will all depend on the unique issues that affect your smile. Every patient is different, which means there’s no one-size-fits-all solution for dental rehabilitation. Our team takes the time to evaluate your dental issues and assess if they are substantial enough for full mouth reconstruction. Oftentimes, patients who come to us for this type of service have let what was once a minor issue go unchecked to a point where it has affected a large portion of the gums or surrounding teeth. This can affect the appearance of your smile and have a significant effect on your health as a whole. Reconstruction can include, but is not limited to, a combination of the following:


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  • Veneers used to correct the appearance of several teeth at once
  • Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) treatment to improve bite function and jaw issues
  • Dental crowns or bridges that work to cover and protect compromised teeth
  • Dental implants to be used as a solution for comprehensive tooth replacement
  • Tooth-colored composite or advanced teeth whitening for improved appearance

What Dental Problems Do Full Mouth Rehabilitations Correct?

Full mouth rehabilitation can correct nearly any cosmetic concern you have. Most commonly, patients who come to us for reconstructive services typically exhibit extreme wear or damage. We even handle discolorations, receding gums, orthodontics, several cavities, chipped and cracked teeth, – you name it. Full mouth rehabilitation is a step-by-step plan to treat your mouth in its entirety. If you require multiple dental procedures to achieve the smile of your dreams, this type of restoration process may be the best solution.

Understanding the Full Mouth Rehabilitation Process

Though the entirety of full mouth rehabilitation will look different for everyone, the first and most important step will involve a comprehensive oral evaluation. During your initial consultation, our team will listen to your individual concerns, thoroughly examine your oral structures, gums, and teeth, and begin developing a personalized treatment plan catering to your unique goals. We may need to learn more about your medical history, take X-rays, and even gather molds and impressions of your teeth and gums. A full mouth restoration will typically be done in multiple phases, and you can plan on multiple office visits throughout the process. Depending on the condition of your oral health, aesthetic goals, and techniques our professionals use, the length of treatment will vary from patient to patient. We will work with you to develop a designated time frame so you can have a good idea of what rehabilitation will look like for you.

When Should Full Mouth Rehabilitation Be Considered?

Suppose you are dealing with disease, decay, or trauma that has caused the majority of your teeth to endure extreme wear or even fall out. In that case, we encourage you to consider full mouth rehabilitation at our East Michigan dental office. Teeth can become damaged or fall out for several reasons, including disease and trauma. Many full mouth restoration patients will require the replacement of existing dental restorations that have become damaged or worn out over time. If you feel insecure about the overall condition of your smile or you are dealing with persistent pain from multiple areas of the mouth, dental rehabilitation may be your best bet. Although most full mouth restoration plans require extensive work over multiple appointments, you’ll be thrilled once you can walk out of our office with optimal oral health and a fully functioning smile.

Contact Smile Zone Dental to Schedule Your Appointment!

If you feel like you’re a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation, be sure to consider the benefits of Smile Zone Dental’s wide range of restorative, cosmetic options. Whether it’s multiple crowns and advanced teeth whitening or a full-blown reconfiguration of your smile, we have the skills and expertise to exceed your expectations. Call now to schedule your consultation. We look forward to helping you reach your oral health and aesthetic goals, no matter the scope.

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