Full Mouth Rehabilitation in seattle

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation services in seattle

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We grant service to patients of all ages. From toddlers to the elderly, our oral experts provide full mouth rehabilitation services.
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With thousands of patients behind, Dr. Bean and Dr. Yoni have the experience and knowledge to handle any case, no matter how severe it is.
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In some situations, full mouth rehabilitation is your only option for restoring your smile. When that happens, you want only the best dentists to work on your case.
What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

A full mouth rehabilitation typically combines general and cosmetic dentistry to take care of aesthetic and functional aspects of a patient's mouth. For most dentists, full mouth rehabilitation is one of the most complicated procedures. That's because it involves more than one procedure and often requires the work from multiple dentists each with a certain area of speciality.

The procedure happens when the patient is in danger of losing all of their teeth or when they already lost them. For instance, if a patient is involved in a car accident and suffers a trauma that leaves them with a broken jaw and toothless, full mouth rehabilitation will be necessary.

Patients that lose all of their teeth due to illness like paradentosis may also require mouth rehabilitation treatment. Besides treating the teeth, full mouth reconstruction also involves gum treatment, ensuring optimal oral health.

What Procedures are Included in a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

You might be wondering, what procedures are included in a full mouth rehabilitation? The short answer is, many. Some of the more-often used include:

  • The dentist may need to perform a bone graft procedure to reinforce the jaw for tooth implant surgery.
  • In order to shift the patient’s teeth in the necessary position, orthodontic treatment may be required.
  • Placing veneers around the teeth can significantly improve their appearance and function. They can whiten, reshape, resize, and close gaps between the patient's teeth.
  • Dental crowns can help strengthen a tooth that has had a root canal done. They can also be used to cover another poorly colored or reshaped tooth.
  • The contouring of your gums could be performed, if the doctors need to improve the appearance of the patient’s smile.
  • In certain situations, an orthographic procedure is needed to reposition the jaw and allow the patient to talk, chew, and smile properly.
How Long Does a Full Mouth Rehabilitation Take?

How long does it take to recover from a full mouth rehabilitation procedure? It really depends on the extent of your damage. Complicated procedures require more rehabilitation time. Some patients need multiple operations before they look and feel completely healthy. Recovery, in that case, takes months.
Most implants require at least 2 visits to be fitted properly. Depending on the severity of the problem, the patient can wait anywhere from a few days to a couple of months between the insertion and fitting. The only way to truly know this is to talk to your dentist.

Having worked with so many patients over the years, Dr. Brittany and Dr. Yoni know how long the patient will need to recover as soon as the full mouth rehabilitation plan is designed. They also give the patient detailed instructions that will allow the patient to speed up the rehabilitation process.

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