Lassiter Family Dentistry

What is full mouth rehabilitation?

When a patient experiences trauma, severe tooth decay, or other extensive damage to their teeth, they may require a more complex treatment plan to restore their dental health. Full mouth rehabilitation refers to the treatment procedures Dr. Lassiter may use to restore function to your bite for eating and to chew with ease again, and aesthetics to your smile to rebuild your confidence.

Some of the treatment procedures that Dr. Lassiter could include in your plan might be:

  • Porcelain crowns or veneers
  • Tooth extraction
  • Dental bridges
  • Full or partial dentures
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Dental implants

Dr. Lassiter may be able to divide your full mouth rehabilitation treatment in Kingsland into phases. Phased treatment helps patients adjust their schedules and budgets to accommodate their dental treatment.

What Are the Benefits of Restoring Your Smile?

When you restore proper function to your teeth, your bite also functions correctly, protecting your jaw joints from painful problems that can cause deterioration. Not to mention, you can eat, chew, and enjoy the foods you love again.

The confidence that a beautiful smile brings is priceless. So when you find yourself creating new relationships and meeting your professional goals, you'll understand the profound impact your smile has on your overall well-being. 

Are you living with a compromised smile? Then, we encourage you to schedule an evaluation with Dr. Lassiter to learn more about what's possible for you.

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