A dental bridge is used to replace several missing teeth in a row and can be used on the top or bottom arch. This restoration may be supported by the natural teeth on either side of the gap or by dental implants placed on either side of the gap and may be removable or permanent.
In some cases, a tooth is so damaged or decayed that a filling won’t help. In this case, a dental crown is recommended. This is a tooth-shaped “cap” placed on a damaged tooth to restore its appearance, shape, size, and strength. A crown can also be used as a prosthetic tooth in the case of dental implants.
Inlays and Onlays are restorations used when a cavity is too big for a filling. An inlay is used to fill space in the center of the tooth, while an onlay is used to fill space that extends beyond the center of the tooth. An onlay is larger than an inlay but not as large as a dental crown.
Dental implants are a tooth replacement solution for patients who are missing teeth and can be used to replace a single tooth or as a support for other restorations such as dental bridges, full dentures, or partial dentures.
Over the years, teeth become stained and discolored for various reasons. Teeth whitening can be used to address some discoloration. We offer both in-office whitening treatments and take-home kits. Both are personalized to meet your specific needs and goals.
For patients who have malocclusion, we recommend orthodontic treatment. We offer both traditional braces and Invisalign clear aligners. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages.
Scaling and root planing is a non-surgical treatment for gum disease. Scaling removes plaque build-up, while root planing smooths tooth roots.
Gum tissue reduction, or crown lengthening, is the process of reshaping the gum tissue around the teeth, creating healthy, natural-looking gums. There are several tissue reduction procedures:
● Hemangioma and Fibroma
Tooth-colored restorations are matched to the color of your natural teeth, creating a more natural-looking smile. The most common tooth-colored restorations are:
Full mouth rehabilitation may also be used to treat medical conditions including:
● Ectodermal dysplasia
● Dentinogenesis Imperfecta
● Oral cancer
Schedule your consultation with the team at Luminescence Dentistry to determine if you are eligible for full mouth rehabilitation .
The first step is to meet with Dr. Tyagi and the team to determine your candidacy for full mouth rehabilitation. During this visit, you will discuss your needs and concerns with the team, which will be used to create a personalized treatment plan. The factors that will be taken into account include:
● Your dental history
● Your medical history, including the medications you are taking
● Any health conditions or lifestyle habits that may impact treatment
● Appearance and condition of teeth and gums
● Issues with your tooth alignment
During this visit, we will take x-rays, photos, and impressions of your mouth. This will give us a full picture of your mouth before restoration and be used to create a model of how things will look when treatment is complete.
Once we have established your needs and goals, we can create a personal treatment plan to help you reach them. A full mouth rehabilitation may include a combination of procedures including those listed above.
Depending on the procedures you require, treatment may be carried out over several appointments. The treatments may be spread over several weeks or even months because some procedures, such as dental implants, require healing between each stage.
Once treatment is complete, you and the team will compare your images before and after to determine if your needs and goals have been met. You will have follow-up appointments to monitor your restorations and recovery.
Dr. Tyagi will provide you with specific aftercare instructions, including:
● Avoid certain activities such as contact sports or heavy lifting for some time after restorations
● Avoid tough/hard foods during recovery
● Practice proper oral hygiene habits, including brushing at least twice daily and flossing once
You may be given a prescription mouthwash to promote a clean healing environment for your restorations and a night guard to protect your teeth and restorations.
Since full mouth rehabilitation involves a combination of procedures, the cost varies based on your needs. On the low end, treatment may cost $15,000 while more comprehensive treatment may cost $80,000+.
Some of the procedures cost more than others. For example, root canals cost approximately $1,000 per tooth while dental implants and corrective surgeries may cost $10,000+Your dental insurance may cover at least a portion of your treatment, depending on the procedures involved. Typically, medically necessary treatments will be covered, while cosmetic procedures may not be.
Once we have established your treatment plan, our office staff will work with your insurance provider to determine coverage and provide you with a quote outlining the cost.
1. Gaurav Tyagi
Dr. Tyagi received his dental degree in 2012 from the University of California San Francisco. Then, he went into private practice for 7 years before pursuing a residency in prosthodontics at Rutgers in New Jersey. This sets him apart from other dental professionals as an expert in full mouth rehabilitation , smile makeovers, dental implants, and more.
If you have significant dental issues and believe you may qualify for full mouth rehabilitation, contact Luminescence Dentistry today. We will work with you to determine your needs and goals to create a personalized treatment plan.
Some of the most common questions we hear about full mouth rehabilitation include:
Full mouth rehabilitation is a procedure that addresses significant dental issues.
While both procedures involve one or more dental treatments to improve the aesthetics of a patient’s smile, full mouth rehabilitation also addresses functionality issues.
Since full mouth rehabilitation is considered medically necessary, dental insurance typically covers most of the procedures. Our office staff will work with your provider to determine your coverage.
Some of the procedures involved in full mouth rehabilitation may cause some discomfort while healing. However, you will be given local anesthesia during the procedures, so you should not feel any pain. If you have dental anxiety, we offer sedation options as well to help you relax.
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