Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Your mouth has several essential responsibilities that it performs every single day. It allows you to eat and communicate through speech. Your mouth gives you the ability to smile confidently. There are several components that work together to allow you to do these tasks, including your teeth, your gums, and your jaw. There are also several issues that can affect the functions of your mouth, its health, and its appearance. These issues range from cavities and gum disease to serious oral trauma. At Plymouth Ann Arbor Oral & Facial Surgery, we can help to restore your mouth with full mouth rehabilitation.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
A full mouth rehabilitation is a versatile treatment that is used to both rebuild and restores your whole mouth. Similar to a smile makeover, a full mouth rehabilitation focuses on the appearance of your smile, but it also focuses on improving your oral health as well. Every full mouth rehabilitation is customized to meet the individual needs of each patient, meaning that your procedure is unique to you, enabling you to get the best possible results.
Common Procedures Involved in a Full Mouth Rehabilitation
A full mouth rehabilitation can correct some different oral health and aesthetic issues. To restore your mouth, there are some different procedures that might be used. These procedures include:
Am I a Candidate?
Candidates for a full mouth rehabilitation have experienced issues that are affecting the health, the appearance and the overall condition of their mouths. Your teeth may have suffered damage. You may be suffering from gum disease, and it has impacted the health of not just your gums, but your teeth and your jawbone as well. You may have faced oral trauma that has left you with a fractured jaw or missing teeth. When you come in for your consultation, we perform a thorough examination of your mouth to determine your exact issues. The exam consists of:
Once we have determined the exact issues affecting your mouth, we are then able to create a treatment plan that is specific to your situation.
Your full mouth rehabilitation is specific to you. Typically, however, most full mouth rehabilitations take 2 to 3 office visits to complete, no matter what procedures are required. Recovery periods vary based on the procedures we perform. Some procedures have no downtime, while it can take several months to heal from other procedures. After your full mouth rehabilitation is complete, we will schedule you for follow up visits, which enable us to monitor your healing and make sure everything is going smoothly.
If the health and appearance of your mouth have been affected by several oral health issues, you may be a candidate for a full mouth rehabilitation. Call Plymouth Ann Arbor Oral & Facial Surgery to schedule your consultation today at (734) 455-0710.