Full mouth rehab combines multiple cosmetic procedures to improve your smile's appearance. These procedures can include teeth whitening, replacing missing teeth, or fixing bite problems that cause jaw pain. Complete mouth rehab aims to give you a healthy and beautiful smile.
Teeth whitening is usually the very first step of a full mouth rehab. Whitening can help remove surface stains from teeth, making them look brighter and healthier. Your dentist may also recommend veneers as part of complete mouth rehab. Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or plastic-made shells that are bonded to the front of your teeth. They hide aesthetic flaws such as chips and cracks in your teeth and small gaps between them.
You may also need to replace missing teeth as part of your full-mouth rehab. This can be done using dental implants or with bridges and dentures. Dental implants are a permanent tooth replacement option, whereas bridges and dentures will need to be maintained and replaced regularly.
At Hybrid Dental, other services available through full-mouth rehab include dental crowns or caps, which can improve the look of teeth worn down, and orthodontic care to correct bite issues that cause pain or TMJ problems.
A full mouth rehab can treat many issues, including decay, missing teeth, and cosmetic issues. If you have yet to like the appearance of your smile and would like a complete smile makeover, this may be the right option. A dentist will use a variety of treatments to completely transform your smile, utilizing both restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures as needed.
As a candidate, you should have good oral health and be free from any severe conditions or infections that could interfere with your treatment. Many dentists recommend complete mouth rehabs for patients who are unhappy with their smiles but do not need extensive restorative work like dental implants to replace missing teeth. Similarly, if you are missing many teeth and have implants placed, you may also be a good candidate for complete mouth rehab.
If you are missing multiple teeth, your bite may become misaligned or crooked. This can lead to problems with chewing and speaking. This can also affect how you chew your food. If food particles are not properly chewed and digested, it can put you at an increased risk for digestive diseases. In addition, missing teeth may also result in bone loss in the jaw area. A dentist may recommend a full mouth rehabilitation to address all of the issues that you may be experiencing with your smile.
Full mouth rehab is the treatment performed to restore teeth and gums' health thoroughly. Visit Hybrid Dental at 7730 W Cheyenne Ave Ste 108, Las Vegas 89129, or call (702) 658-8008 for the best dental care.
7730 W Cheyenne Ave Ste 108,
Las Vegas 89129
Phone: (702) 658-8008
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