You use your mouth several times a day. It keeps you healthy by chewing your food to provide you with essential sustenance. Throughout your life, the daily wear-and-tear can lead to an accumulation of dental issues. These issues may affect either your health or your smile’s appearance, while some may affect both. A full-mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive way to address all of the issues affecting your smile. A full-mouth rehabilitation will involve you and your dentist deciding on your smile’s needs are, what your goals for your smile are, and how you want to achieve both of these. A full-mouth rehabilitation can include several different treatments spread across multiple consultations and visits to your dentist.
Is Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Right For Me?
To qualify for full-mouth rehabilitation, someone may be missing multiple teeth, have several damaged, several damaged or broken restorations that need to be repaired or replaced, or a combination of any of these issues. Most importantly, a potential candidate is someone that is in relatively good health despite the numerous dental issues.
Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry
Do you ever watch home repairs on television or maybe you have remodeled your own home? A full-mouth rehabilitation is like making over a home. Painting a wall is pointless if the walls are in disrepair. With homes and your smile, you want to make sure the foundation is in good condition. When planning a full-mouth rehabilitation, your doctor will first consider the basic health needs for your smile. Each plan will be designed to address both the restorative health needs and the cosmetic goals. The health of your mouth and smile are at the top of the list, so restoring any health issues may come first. Along with treating your mouth’s health issues, a full-mouth rehabilitation can give you the smile’s appearance you dream about having.
Are you ready for a full-mouth rehabilitation for your smile?
Dr. Coon can help you address the different issues you may have with your smile. To schedule a consultation, call Grinnell Street Dental at (307) 672-7567. Located in Sheridan, WY, we also proudly serve the residents of Gillette, Billings, Miles City, and all surrounding communities.