Full Mouth Rehabilitation
If you don’t have your ideal smile, it’s time for a change. A new smile can be the start of something great. Let the skilled team of professionals at Loveland Dental Group change your life for the better with a full mouth rehabilitation. With locations in High Point, Cornelius, Concord, Winston-Salem and Mooresville, North Carolina and Fort Mill, South Carolina, the practice can totally revamp your smile with a combination of cosmetic dentistry procedures. To schedule a consultation for a full mouth rehabilitation, call the office or use the online booking tool today.
What is a full mouth rehabilitation?
Dental rehabilitation is a dental treatment plan, often consisting of several procedures meant to give you an ideal smile. Rehabilitation can address a variety of aesthetic concerns, including:
- Gaps in your smile
- Spacing problems
- Discolored or stained teeth
Your teeth are unique to you, so each full mouth rehabilitation is drastically different.
How does a full mouth rehabilitation work?
First, the experienced team discusses your personal goals and expectations for your dental rehabilitation. After developing a better understanding of what your goals are, they work closely with you to create an individualized treatment plan tailored to you.
After taking digital scans of your oral structures, the team will recommend specific cosmetic dentistry procedures. Your rehabilitation will likely involve a combination of any of the following procedures:
- Teeth whitening
- Orthodontic treatment
Each treatment plan varies. Yours will depend on a host of factors, including the condition of your teeth and cost considerations.
What are the benefits of full mouth rehabilitation?
Rehabilitation can change your life. Not only can the cosmetic results give your self-confidence a jolt, but the oral health benefits can prove invaluable.
By addressing teeth that are crooked or have spacing issues, you may save yourself a lifetime of dental issues. Teeth with such problems are much more difficult to clean, both at home and during in-office appointments. Since they’re harder to keep clean, the plaque is more likely to accumulate and lead to degradation over time, increasing your risk of periodontal disease, tooth decay, or even tooth loss.
Think of it like this: having rehabilitation will make you look and feel like your best self.
Am I a good candidate for full mouth rehabilitation/
There’s only one way to find out. If you feel like your smile isn’t where it needs to be, talk to the professionals and consult about dental rehabilitation. They’ll start with a comprehensive evaluation of your teeth, gums, and jaw to see if dental rehabilitation can deliver the results you’re looking for.
Call Loveland Dental Group now or use the online booking tool and set up a consultation to learn more.