Can All Teeth be Replaced During Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

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The goal of full-mouth rehabilitation is to restore the appearance and function of a smile. In some cases, all of the teeth can be replaced via dental implants. However, this depends on each patient’s particular needs. Sometimes, every tooth needs to be restored or replaced in some way through the use of implants, crowns, or veneers. Often, root canal therapy is also used to restore the function and appearance of teeth.

Gardens Cosmetic and Family Dentistry treats patients near Boulder City, Paradise, and Henderson, NV. During a consultation with Dr. Ryan Martz in Las Vegas, patients can discuss their particular needs and goals for full-mouth rehabilitation.

A full-mouth rehabilitation offers many benefits, such as:

  • Restores the appearance of teeth

  • Looks natural and attractive when completed

  • Improves the function of teeth

  • Corrects misalignments

  • Restores the biting and chewing surface on teeth

  • Helps achieve optimum oral health

  • Assists with the health of gums

  • Can prevent future tooth decay

  • Protects teeth from damage

Dr. Martz will evaluate your oral health to determine if you are a suitable candidate.

If you suffer from the following conditions, you might be a good candidate for full mouth rehabilitation:

  • Missing teeth

  • Dental wear temporomandibular joint disorder or TMD

  • Hereditary disorders, such as dentinogenesis imperfecta (stained or translucent teeth), amelogenesis imperfecta (exceedingly small teeth), and ectodermal dysplasia (teeth that never develop)

All about a full-mouth reconstruction

Dr. Martz will examine your teeth, jawbone, and gums to determine what degree of full-mouth reconstruction is required. He will then create a personalized treatment plan to help you attain the results you desire from full-mouth reconstruction. The plan will vary by patient, and will depend on a variety of factors, such as if you have any level of gum disease, the condition of your teeth and facial muscles, and any problem with your dental bite.

Dr. Martz and his team at Gardens Cosmetic and Family Dentistry will discuss the sedation options that you might want to undergo during treatment. If you are undergoing extractions and dental implants, you might need a greater level of anesthesia than if you only require a few dental fillings or veneers. Once your treatment plan is created, Dr. Martz will explain what you should expect and the number of treatments you’ll need. A full-mouth reconstruction that entails full-mouth teeth replacement can take several visits because your mouth will need to heal between each treatment session.

With proper dental care, full-mouth rehabilitation results can last for years. You’ll need to floss and brush daily, plus schedule annual and semi-annual dental exams and cleanings to maintain your oral health.

Common treatments involved in full-mouth rehabilitation include:

  • Dental implants

  • Dental crowns

  • Dental bridges

  • Inlays/Onlays

  • Porcelain veneers

A full-mouth rehabilitation can improve your dental and oral health, as well as improve jaw movements and chewing.

If you have complex dental problems that require all of your teeth to be replaced, a full-mouth rehabilitation can substantially improve your oral health.

Schedule a full-mouth rehabilitation consultation in Las Vegas, NV

We invite you to schedule a full-mouth rehabilitation consultation at Gardens Cosmetic and Family Dentistry. We treat patients near Las Vegas, Boulder City, Paradise, and Henderson, NV. At a consultation, Dr. Ryan Martz will discuss what you can expect from a full-mouth rehabilitation and if you need all of your teeth replaced.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.