What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

In certain scenarios, a patient’s underlying issue may require comprehensive treatment involving the entire mouth.  While it may seem like a simple problem, such as wanting to lengthen the two front teeth, there may actually be another reason why it’s not as easy as only fixing those two teeth.

Each person is unique and our dentists try to use a comprehensive assessment to identify the root diagnosis and prevent continued deterioration or relapse.

The term full mouth rehabilitation sometimes references when people want a “brand new smile”.  While this can be accurate, so much more goes into delivering the end result than a few crowns or veneers. Often times the capability to assess how to attain the patients needs, is the important skill for these types of cases. With continuing education from such world renowned mentors such as Dr. John Kois, our dentists have the experience and training to assess and provide comprehensive treatment to accomplish your goals.

Before and after Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Before and after Full Mouth Rehabilitation