Say goodbye to dental issues and welcome a brand new smile with full mouth reconstruction at Chatsworth Dental.

Full mouth reconstruction is the method of rebuilding or replacing all of a patient's teeth to ease them of the discomfort and restore the functions and aesthetics of their mouth. Generally, full mouth restoration implies the combination of esthetics with restorative dentistry to achieve a healthy and attractive mouth. The most common techniques involve dental crowns, dental veneers, dental fillings, dental bridges and dental implants which are performed alone or along with one or more other procedures to attain the desired result.

The execution of a successful full mouth rehabilitation requires an extensive amount of practice and experience. And our team of experts are highly trained and extremely experienced with a track record of hundreds of successful cases. They are more than qualified to address and treat your oral issues and restore your mouth's health and appearance. From simple procedures to severely complex treatments, our professionals know nothing other than success.

The ideal candidate for full mouth restoration

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Many people suffer from oral problems that affect their entire mouth. These problems need to be addressed carefully and require comprehensive treatment plans to improve both the functioning and the appearance of the mouth. Such patients may be suffering from several missing teeth, large tooth fillings that are failing or showing signs of decay, multiple cracked or broken teeth, badly decayed or infected teeth, and so on. Such patients require to undergo a full-mouth restoration to go back to their healthy lives.

Certain people suffer from severe medical conditions such as Ectodermal Dysplasia, Ameliogenesis, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta. These people would require extensive treatment plans for a full-mouth restoration.

Our exclusive full mouth rehabilitation services

Typically, full mouth reconstruction involves any procedure or treatment that is directed towards all the teeth inside a person's mouth. Our treatment options for full mouth restoration include inlays, onlays, dental crowns, dental bridges, dental veneers, dental implants, dentures, dental fillings, and so on. The purpose of all these procedures is to ensure that the normal functions of a person's mouth are restored and an effective smile makeover is achieved as desired. If required, we also introduce specific orthodontic procedures in our treatment plans to achieve the best possible results.

Benefits of full mouth rehabilitation

Once you choose to opt for our full mouth reconstruction plan, you can expect to enjoy a host of benefits. Some of these are:

  • A full-mouth restoration results in improved health of your teeth and mouth. It removes issues such as decay, plaque and cavities that prevent the need for extensive treatments in the future.
  • A full mouth rehabilitation also strengthens your jawbones, your gums and the joints. This can, in turn, help with headaches and jaw or neck pains.
  • Full mouth reconstruction keeps the risks of gum disease low, thus offering overall wellbeing.
  • Along with oral health, your smile also gets rejuvenated and improved, which helps you make remarkable first impressions and boosts your confidence.
  • A full mouth reconstruction addresses and treats several complex dental issues and offers you a greater sense of health and wellness.

The cost of a full-mouth restoration

A full mouth rehabilitation is a complicated and comprehensive affair which involves several treatment methods that treat different problems in order to improve the health, functioning, and appearance of your mouth. Hence, it might be a little expensive for some people. And that is why we at Chatsworth Dental offer different payment plans to make this entire matter more affordable for our patients. Besides, the total cost would depend on a lot of factors like the severity of problems and intensity of treatment, your insurance, etc.

If you are unhappy with your smile or are suffering from various dental issues that have made your lives miserable and painful, feel free to reach out to us at Chatsworth Dental. We will discuss your concerns and come up with a treatment plan that best suits your needs and promises the best results. Call us at (818) 709-1200 today to schedule an appointment!

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