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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Arizona Advanced Dental

Dentists & Cosmetic Dentists located in Mesa, AZ

Full mouth rehabilitation can provide you with the smile of your dreams and give you that boost to flash your smile more confidently. Top-rated general dentists Donald Clifford, DDS, and Casey Cutler, DDS, offer cutting-edge full mouth rehabilitation services at Arizona Advanced Dental, located in Mesa, Arizona. Find out which dental restoration services are right for you by scheduling a consultation online today. You can also call to speak with a team member directly.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Q & A

What is a full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation is a personalized approach to your oral health, teeth, and smile. Your dentist carefully examines you and looks at high-definition 3D or CT imaging to determine the health of your teeth and gums. They personalize your restorative dental treatments based on your needs and your desired outcome.

You may benefit from full mouth rehabilitation if you have: 

  • Gummy smile
  • Crooked teeth
  • Bite alignment issues 
  • Missing or broken teeth
  • Large gaps between teeth
  • Discolored or misshapen teeth

Because full mouth rehabilitation is entirely tailored to the individual patient, no treatment plan is the same as the next. 

Which full mouth rehabilitation treatment do I need?

Arizona Advanced Dental proudly offers a variety of state-of-the-art full mouth rehabilitation services, no matter how minor or how complex your dental concerns may be. Dr. Clifford and Dr. Cutler specialize in the following restorative and cosmetic procedures (to name a few):

  • Dental implants 
  • Partial and full dentures
  • Dental crowns or bridges 
  • Bite correction treatments 
  • Custom dental veneers or Lumineers®
  • Invisalign® teeth-straightening aligners
  • Professional teeth-whitening treatments
  • Composite bonding or natural tooth-colored fillings

Plus, Arizona Advanced Dental offers a full selection of sedation dentistry options, including oral sedation and nitrous oxide (laughing gas), so you can go through your entire full mouth rehabilitation without fear or anxiety or discomfort. 

How long does full mouth rehabilitation take?

Most full mouth rehabilitation plans from Arizona Advanced Dental take at least 2-3 visits, each scheduled several weeks apart. During that time, any dental appliances, such as crowns, bridges, and veneers, need to be fabricated in a dental lab.

After prepping your teeth during your first visit and gathering molds of your teeth, it takes the lab a few weeks to create your dental fixture. Depending on your specific full mouth rehabilitation plan and how quickly you heal — if you need oral surgery — you can experience the benefits of a fully restored bite and smile in as little as a few months. 

Book your full mouth rehabilitation evaluation at Arizona Advanced Dental directly through the website or over the phone today.