Genesis Dentists

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

About Us

Revitalizing Smiles with Advanced Dental Treatment

Full mouth rehabilitation, also known as full mouth reconstruction, is an advanced, comprehensive dental treatment aimed at extensively restoring the mouth’s functionality, health, and aesthetics. It’s tailored for individuals with widespread dental issues.

Who Benefits from Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Ideal candidates include those with:


  • Extensive tooth loss from decay or trauma.
  • Severe tooth wear due to acid erosion or bruxism (teeth grinding).
  • Persistent issues with jaw, muscle, and headaches requiring bite adjustment.

The Rehabilitation Journey

  • Thorough Evaluation: Begins with detailed assessments, including X-rays, 3D imaging, and teeth models, to gauge damage extent and devise a strategic treatment plan.
  • Customized Treatment Plan: Incorporates various dental procedures like implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, orthodontics, and periodontal therapy, focusing on restoring both function and aesthetics.
  • Phased Treatment Approach: The complex process is often broken down into phases, allowing for manageable treatment sessions and healing time.
  • Collaborative Specialist Care: Involves collaboration with dental specialists, ensuring a multidisciplinary approach to care.
  • Restoration Goals: Aims to rebuild or replace each tooth in the mouth, enhancing chewing, speech, and overall oral health, alongside improving dental appearance.
  • Ongoing Monitoring: Regular follow-up appointments are essential for tracking progress and making timely adjustments.
  • Experience Comprehensive Care

At Genesis Dentists, we’re dedicated to transforming smiles through meticulous full mouth rehabilitation. Our approach is patient-centered, ensuring that each step of your journey is geared towards achieving optimal functional and aesthetic outcomes. If you’re facing extensive dental challenges, our team is ready to help restore not just your smile, but also your confidence and quality of life. Contact us for a consultation and embark on your journey to dental revitalization.

Understanding the Benefits and Process of Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Benefits of Full Mouth Rehabilitation

  • Improved Oral Health: Comprehensive treatment addresses various dental issues, enhancing overall mouth health and reducing future dental complications.
  • Enhanced Appearance: Dramatically improves the aesthetics of your smile, boosting self-confidence and social interactions.
  • Customized Solutions: Each aspect of the rehabilitation is specifically tailored to meet your unique dental needs and aesthetic preferences.
  • Long-Term Durability: With proper maintenance, the outcomes of full mouth rehabilitation can be long-lasting, providing a durable solution to dental problems.

What to Expect During the Process

  • Initial Consultation: A detailed discussion of your dental history, current concerns, and treatment goals.
  • Comprehensive Assessment: Thorough examination to assess the overall condition of your oral health.
  • Detailed Treatment Plan: Explanation of potential treatments and what each entails, ensuring a clear understanding of the process.
  • Ongoing Support: Continuous care and support throughout your rehabilitation journey, from start to finish.

Understanding Full Mouth Rehabilitation

  • Definition: Full mouth rehabilitation, or reconstruction, is a series of dental procedures aimed at restoring the health, function, and appearance of the entire mouth. This can include crowns, bridges, veneers, implants, orthodontics, and periodontal therapy.
  • Candidates: Ideal for patients with extensive dental issues like tooth decay, severe wear, missing teeth, and significant functional or aesthetic concerns.
  • Duration: The length of the treatment varies widely, from several months to over a year, depending on the complexity and number of procedures involved.
  • Comfort: Advanced dental techniques and anesthesia ensure comfort during treatment, with manageable post-treatment discomfort.
  • Procedures Involved: Can encompass a range of dental procedures tailored to individual needs, including implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, orthodontics, and more.



Embrace a Complete Dental Transformation


Embarking on full mouth rehabilitation is a journey towards not just a healthier mouth, but also a rejuvenated smile and enhanced quality of life. With a comprehensive approach and personalized care, we at Genesis Dentists aim to transform your dental health in a profound and lasting way.


Full mouth rehabilitation costs can vary greatly, often reaching into the tens of thousands, depending on the complexity and types of treatments required. Many dental clinics offer financing options to help patients manage this significant investment in their oral health.

  • While dental insurance may cover certain aspects of full mouth rehabilitation, especially those considered medically necessary (like some restorative treatments), it typically does not cover cosmetic procedures. Patients should consult with their insurance provider for specific details on coverage.

To ascertain if you’re a suitable candidate for full mouth rehabilitation, a comprehensive dental examination, including X-rays and possibly dental scans or models, is essential. This assessment will focus on your oral health and dental history to guide the decision.

  • Yes, undergoing full mouth rehabilitation can benefit your overall health. Oral health issues are often linked with other health conditions like cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Addressing oral problems can help mitigate these associated health risks.

The recovery from full mouth rehabilitation varies, depending on the specific procedures undertaken. It’s common to experience some discomfort, swelling, and necessary adjustments in eating and speaking. Your dentist will provide comprehensive aftercare instructions and schedule follow-ups to ensure successful recovery.

Full mouth rehabilitation, like any extensive dental treatment, carries risks, including potential infection, nerve damage, and reactions to anesthesia. These risks are generally reduced when the procedure is performed by experienced dental professionals.

When properly planned and executed, full mouth rehabilitation typically has a high success rate. Long-term success hinges on maintaining good oral hygiene, regular dental visits, and following any specific maintenance advice for dental restorations.

To preserve the results of your full mouth rehabilitation, it’s crucial to have regular dental check-ups, practice diligent oral hygiene, avoid detrimental habits like smoking or chewing hard objects, and follow any specific care guidelines provided by your dentist.

  • Yes, correcting jaw and bite misalignments is often a key objective of full mouth rehabilitation. This not only enhances the functional and aesthetic aspects of your teeth but can also alleviate related symptoms such as jaw pain and headaches.