Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Life often surprises us with unexpected injuries and issues. Whether you’ve lost all of your teeth due to disease or have been in an accident that makes full mouth rehabilitation necessary, Libby Dental can help. Our dental team can create a plan to get you started as soon as possible. 

Developing a Full Mouth Rehabilitation Plan

When you come in to our office, we talk with you openly about your dental issues and goals. Several points we consider when making a plan include:

  • Condition of teeth. The dentist examines your teeth to understand the extent of the issue. We determine the most appropriate treatment recommendation, which might include dental crowns, bridges, or implants.
  • Temporomandibular, or TMJ, problems. After a serious injury or disease recovery, a patient may experience a change in jaw position. This can affect your bite as well as increase headache severity in a patient. We may suggest a night guard to help reposition the jaw during sleep.
  • Health of gum tissue. Gum disease, or periodontitis, can often lead to mouth pain and permanent tooth loss. We provide tissue grafting to repair loss of gum tissue. See our oral surgery page for more information. 
  • A beautiful smile. During your full mouth rehabilitation treatment, we also focus on the aesthetics of your smile. A good smile restoration should help you look and feel better.

Restoring your smile consists of more than just providing implant dentures or placing gum tissue grafts. We also want you to feel confident in addition to physically healthy, so you can walk out of our office smiling!

Libby Dental Is Your Destination for Full Mouth Rehabilitation!

If you’ve suffered damage to most of your teeth or if you have been through a difficult illness that has caused other dental issues, give us a call today! Our office is prepared to give you individual attention and high-quality care. We want you to feel great and look your best!