Full Mouth Rehabilitation

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the state of your smile and have multiple concerns about your overall oral health, we are well equipped to help. As skilled and experienced providers of care, our practice offers the most advanced services and proven methods of treatment to help patients to once again smile with confidence and ease.

What is full mouth rehabilitation?

Just as the name implies, a “full mouth rehabilitation” involves a series of procedures that are designed to address complex issues and restore or replace multiple teeth for an all-around healthier and more attractive smile. Although the process of full mouth rehabilitation primarily involves visits to our office, an ideal treatment plan may also require the input of additional specialists to address significant periodontal, orthodontic, or surgical issues as well as other oral health concerns.

When is full mouth rehabilitation necessary?

Typically, a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation is someone whose smile has been cosmetically and functionally debilitated by any number of factors. Reasons for full mouth rehabilitation may include extensive tooth loss, dental trauma, widespread dental decay, bruxism (teeth-grinding), or a range of medical conditions and treatments involving the head and neck area. Additionally, individuals with congenital disorders that cause multiple missing teeth or defective tooth structure may also be candidates for full mouth rehabilitation.

You can feel confident your smile is in the best of hands!

Whatever the case may be, patients can feel confident that the look, feel, and function of their smiles are in the best of hands at our office! We’re experts in the field of cosmetic and restorative dentistry and proficient in all methods of tooth restoration and replacement. From the fabrication of partial or full dentures and fixed bridges to the full range of options in implant dentistry, we understand the complexities of achieving facial harmony and balance, creating an aesthetically pleasing smile, and establishing an optimally functional bite.

Our office remains dedicated to providing the highest quality of skilled and compassionate care. For more information on our office and the many services that we provide, give us a call today.

315 North 25th Street, Suite 101
Billings, MT 59101
New Patients: 406-206-0006
Existing Patients: 406-248-6177
1002 Shiloh Crossing Boulevard
Billings, MT 59102