Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Matt Nikpourfard, DDS -  - Dentist

Belmont Dentistry

Matt Nikpourfard, DDS

Dentist located in Ashburn, VA

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Specialist
As a leading provider of dental services for patients in Ashburn, VA, Dr. Nikpourfard assists patients with complex, cosmetic full mouth rehabilitation. These treatments can improve the way the teeth and mouth look and function. Patients can trust the Dr. Nikpourfard at Belmont Dentistry to help them achieve optimal oral health.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Q&A

What is a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

A cosmetic full mouth rehabilitation program is a complex series of treatments utilizing a variety of techniques and tools, to address multiple concerns including restorative and aesthetic issues. A full mouth rehabilitation will help a patient to achieve better overall dental health and to give the patient a more aesthetically pleasing smile. For those who want to address several dental concerns and issues ranging from structural to functional, a full mouth rehabilitation program is a great option.

What Procedures are a Part of a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

A full mouth rehabilitation will include any and all procedures necessary to address the dental concerns of the patient. The dentist will have a detailed consultation with the patient to agree on what issues need to be fixed and what cosmetic improvements need to be made. The number and type of procedures used will vary depending on what the dentist and patient discuss and agree during the consultation. The treatments can include several traditional dental services including:

  • TMJ disorder treatments
  • Root planing and scaling for gum disease
  • Crowns to correct defects and add strength
  • Whitening treatments to remove surface stains
  • Dental implants and bridges to restore lost teeth
  • Onlays to address large cavities and offer natural-looking caps
  • Gum grafting and bone grafting to augment areas where tissue is diminished
  • Porcelain veneers to address discoloration, breaks, chips, gaps, and uneven tooth edges

What is Involved in Planning a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

When a full mouth rehabilitation is a suitable option for people, the process will start with an assessment and examination at the office. Following a thorough examination, the dentist will discuss their professional advice on what dental issues can and should be corrected. Input from the patient about their treatment program ensures that their needs and expectations are met. Each part of the mouth will be assessed, the teeth, gums, and jaw to identify any areas of weakness, decay, misalignment or discoloration. The choice of treatment will be up to the patient, however the dentist will make sure they are informed and the benefits or risks associated with each possible treatment are known. To schedule a consultation, contact the office to schedule an assessment.

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