Full Mouth Rehabilitation Beverly Hills

beautiful woman with perfect smileWhat is a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

A cosmetic full mouth rehabilitation program is a complex treatment that utilizes a variety of techniques and tools to address multiple concerns including restorative and aesthetic issues. The goal of full mouth rehabilitation is to help a patient achieve better overall dental health and to give him or her a more pleasing smile. For those who want to see to several concerns, including structural and functional issues, a full mouth rehabilitation program is a great option.

What Procedures are a part of a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation involves various dental procedures specially chosen to achieve the patient’s goals. The number and type of procedures used will vary depending on what conditions are being addressed.

While fillings and crowns are more common dental procedures that can be performed, full mouth rehabilitation involves more complicated procedures as well.

Bone grafting, where the jawbone’s volume and density are restored, is an example of the less common techniques used in full mouth rehabilitation. A sinus lift, where the upper jaw’s bone tissue is restored, is another example of less common techniques associated with full mouth rehabilitation.

Gaps in teeth, missing teeth, and other dental issues can also be resolved using full mouth rehabilitation.

  • Crowns to correct defects and add strength
  • Onlays to address large cavities and offer natural-looking caps
  • Dental implants and bridges to restore lost teeth
  • Gum grafting and bone grafting to augment areas where tissue is diminished
  • TMJ disorder treatments
  • Whitening treatments to remove surface stains
  • Root planing and scaling for gum disease
  • Porcelain veneers to address discoloration, breaks, chips, gaps, and uneven tooth edges


Before of the Procedure - Photo of Teeth
After of the Procedure - Photo of Teeth


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There are two basic types of dental rehabilitation surgery:

    • Cosmetic Surgery: This form of full mouth rehabilitation surgery aims to restore the appearance of the teeth. Crooked teeth are repaired, and crowns, fillings, and grafts are provided to ensure that the teeth are strong and look healthy. Tooth whitening may also be a part of cosmetic full mouth rehabilitation.
    • Neuromuscular Surgery: This type of full mouth rehabilitation primarily addresses jaw alignment to correct TMJ. If the positioning of the teeth or the gums affects the appearance of the jaw, neuromuscular surgery can be used to reposition the jaw such that the outward appearance is aesthetically pleasing and robust.


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middle age man with a happy faceWhat Will Planning a Full Mouth Rehabilitation Be Like?

When a full mouth rehabilitation is a suitable option for people the process will start with an assessment and examination at the office. The treatment program will be created to serve the patient’s individual needs and the dentist will go over each step of the process with patient. Each part of the mouth will be assessed, the teeth, gums, and jaw. The choice of treatment will be up to the patient however the dentist will make sure they are informed and the benefits or risks associated with each possible treatment are known. To schedule a consultation contact our office.

How Much Does Full Mouth Rehabilitation Cost?

The cost of a Full Mouth Rehabilitation Cost will depend on several factors. The price can be affected by body type, type of technique performed, surgical complications, and even allergies. Find out more by scheduling a consultation.

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Patients interested in full mouth rehabilitation in Beverly Hills can contact The Dental Sedation Center to arrange their informative consultation with Dr. Patric Cohen. Set up your consultation today.

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