Full Mouth Rehabilitation

What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Full Mouth Rehabilitation, also known as full mouth reconstruction, full mouth restoration, and Full Mouth Rehab, is a process by which we restore your teeth to their proper function, alignment, and appearance.

Dental procedures, such as crowns, veneers, bridges, implants, and dentures, can do this.

It requires the expertise of a skilled dentist who understands the complexities of the human bite and jawbone structure. At Hybrid Dental in Las Vegas, we proudly offer Full-Mouth Rehabilitation services to our patients. We use the latest dental technology and advancements to provide you with the best possible care.

Is The Rehabilitation Painful?

No, the rehabilitation is not painful. However, you may experience discomfort during the procedure, which medication can alleviate.

How Long Does This Rehabilitation  Take?

It usually takes place over several visits, so you will have plenty of time to rest and recover between appointments.

What Is The Recovery Time for This Rehabilitation?

The procedure can take a few weeks to several months. The amount of time it will take for you to recover depends on the extent of the procedure and how well you follow your post-operative instructions. It is essential to take things easy after your procedure and not overdo it. This will help ensure a speedy and successful recovery.

Some patients may experience some discomfort or soreness after their Full Mouth Rehabilitation procedure. This is normal and typically subsides within a week or two. If you have any concerns about your recovery, please contact our office, and we will be glad to answer any questions you may have.

How Much Does The Rehabilitation Cost?

The costs can vary depending on the severity of the damage and how many procedures are needed. Some people may only need one or two procedures, while others may require several. The cost also depends on the type of procedures used. It can be costly, but it can also be very effective in restoring your smile.

Five Signs That You Need Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

  1. Your teeth are worn down
  2. You have certain types of chronic pain
  3. You are missing teeth
  4. You’ve experienced dental trauma
  5. You have severe gum disease


Contact us today to experience the hybrid difference.