Creating the Smile You Deserve

Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Carlsbad

Full mouth rehabilitation in carlsbad

Our Approach to Full Mouth Rehabilitation

If you’re dealing with multiple missing, cracked, or damaged teeth, we can help rehabilitate your smile to its optimal form and function. Through a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures, you’ll walk out of our office with the brand new grin you deserve, whether that’s through dentures, full-arch implants, or implant-retained dentures.

Benefits of Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full-mouth rehabilitation can renew the form, function, and appearance of your teeth and gums through a series of restorative and cosmetic procedures. If you’ve been putting off this type of dental work, please know that we want to help restore the function and appearance of your teeth so you can start smiling with confidence again. A few of the benefits include:

Improved bite function.

Missing or damaged teeth can impair your bite function and cause you pain when chewing or talking. Repairing this damage and restoring your smile can eliminate pain and bring your mouth into alignment.

Better oral health.

Missing or damaged teeth can make brushing and flossing difficult, leading to even more plaque build up and decay.

Boosted confidence.

Being able to bare your grin proudly is crucial to overall confidence and self-expression. Let us return your smile to its complete form and get you smiling again.

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Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Options

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If you’re missing a full set of teeth, dentures are removable replacement teeth that adhere to your gums supported by the surrounding hard and soft tissues of your mouth.

Full-Arch Implants

Full-arch dental implants use four to six dental implants to anchor your new restorations in place, making them a solid choice for patients missing multiple or all of their teeth.

Implant-Retained Dentures

Implant-retained dentures are more stable than conventional dentures, because they “snap” into a set of dental implants that securely hold them in place, giving you more biting power and stability. They are still removable at home for easy cleaning, and can often be secured with just 2 implants.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why can’t I put off full-mouth rehabilitation?

If you’re missing many or most of your teeth, it’s important to seek a solution sooner rather than later. Without restoring your smile, your oral health can suffer. It can be harder to brush, floss, and take care of your teeth and gums. Plus, missing teeth can cause the skin around your face can begin to sag, making you look older than you really are. For both your smile’s function and appearance, you deserve to prioritize your dental care. You deserve to live a healthy, confident life—and that begins with a smile you can feel good about.

Do these procedures hurt?

In modern dentistry, there’s no reason for unnecessary pain or discomfort. We have a variety of options to keep you comfortable, from local anesthesia to other sedation options that can keep both your worries and physical discomfort at bay.

How do I know which procedures are right for rehabilitating my smile?

Coming in for a consultation is the best and only way to determine what procedures you may need. We can help determine the best options for your lifestyle, preferences, and unique dental needs.