Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

During a complete mouth rehabilitation program, our Willow Glen Dental Care dentist will repair your teeth to restore your oral health and function. For example, if you have missing teeth, the dentist may recommend dental implants to replace your missing tooth roots. Dental implants are surgically implanted into your jawbone to act as artificial tooth roots. Then, dental crowns can be attached to the implants to complete your smile. This treatment process will help to prevent your remaining teeth from shifting out of position due to missing teeth. Additionally, your jaw will be relieved of pressure and pain caused by the empty gaps caused by tooth loss.


When Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation Necessary?

A full mouth rehabilitation may be necessary for anyone experiencing severe oral health problems, such as tooth decay and gum disease, due to missing or severely damaged teeth. It may also be required for patients with teeth generally in poor condition due to neglect, age, and other factors. Patients who have lost their teeth due to injury may also need full mouth rehabilitation to replace their missing teeth with dental implants and dentures.


A full mouth rehabilitation addresses multiple concerns to improve a patient’s oral and overall health. By restoring all teeth to their proper form and function, the patient gains better function, comfort, and aesthetics in the mouth. Additionally, the restored health of the gums reduces the risk of more widespread health problems that can arise due to bacteria in the gums spreading to other areas of the body.


The Benefits of Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

By combining restorative treatments like dental implants, crowns, bridges, fillings, and more with your preventive visits, we can restore your oral health and prevent the need for further treatment in the future. 


  • You can finally enjoy a healthy smile again. Whether your teeth have been damaged by decay or you have lost teeth to an accident or extraction, we can find a solution that improves both your smile’s function and its aesthetics.
  • Your mouth will look more attractive and youthful. Suppose you are dealing with multiple cosmetic flaws such as cracks, chips, discoloration, and misalignment. In that case, our restorations can conceal these imperfections to leave you with a smile that looks noticeably better.
  • You will experience improved confidence. With a smile you love to show off to others, you will feel happier about your appearance and enjoy various benefits in your quality of life.


If you have more questions about full mouth rehabilitation and our treatment options at our office, visit Willow Glen Dental Care at 1600 Willow St, Suite 203, San Jose, CA 95125, or call (408) 978-0911 to schedule a consultation with us.

 

Location

1600 Willow St Suite 203,
San Jose, CA 95125

Office Hours

MON:8:00 am-3:00 pm

TUE - THU:8:00 am-5:00 pm

FRI - SUN:Closed

.