Need a Full Mouth Rehabilitation? A Full Set of Teeth Replacement May Be Necessary

Thinking you might be in need of a full set of teeth replacement because your teeth are damaged to a point where they need to be replaced? A full mouth rehabilitation just may be necessary so you can once again be in good oral health. When your teeth are damaged, they will cause you to experience any number of oral problems that could jeopardize your oral health. Your teeth and gums need to be in good health in order for you to be able to perform your everyday functions properly, like eating and talking. If you are currently experiencing numerous oral issues, then it is definitely time for you to make a dental appointment.

What is full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation is also known as a full mouth reconstruction. The overall goal when rehabilitating someone’s mouth is to rebuild and/or replace any of their teeth so they can once again be in good oral health. The fact that there are many modern dental technologies available to dental patients nowadays means that they will not only benefit from the rebuilding and/or replacing of any of their teeth, but they will also benefit because they have a say in how the final results will look.

This means that today’s full mouth rehabilitation options not only allow anyone to have a full set of teeth so they can once again be in good oral health but also to choose the way they want their smile to look.

Why would someone need a full set of teeth replacement?

When someone’s teeth are so damaged that they are not able to be repaired by an experienced dentist, then they will need all their teeth replaced. While a dentist will do everything in their power in order to save their patients' natural teeth, sometimes the damage is too far gone, making it necessary to pull the teeth out. Today’s main teeth replacement option is dental implants, which are able to provide patients with a brand-new set of teeth, allowing them to once again be able to talk and eat without issue.

Do you need to be seen by a dentist?

Think you might be in need of a full set of teeth replacement? If you are, then a full mouth reconstruction is probably going to be necessary. In order to know for sure, you will need to make a consultation appointment with us so one of our caring dentists can create a treatment plan for you. Just imagine how great you will feel once the entire mouth rehabilitation process is over! You will feel like a brand-new person with your new set of teeth, which will allow you to perform your everyday functions with ease. Ready to get started? There truly is no time like the present, so we hope to hear from you soon.

Call (210) 593-7636 today to reach Preferred Dental Center.

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