Our payment portal is currently under construction. We will have a temporary payment portal available soon.

Lancaster & Ephrata - SmileBuilderz

Who is a Good Candidate for Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?

added on: April 6, 2023

Oral health is a complicated puzzle. There are many different factors in play that can affect your overall oral health, so it’s not always the case that just a single treatment can get the patient back on track. If you have been having trouble with various facets of your oral health, full-mouth rehabilitation may be the way to go. 

At Smilebuilderz, we take pride in the work we do on full-mouth rehabilitation projects for our patients. The dramatic transformation that is possible from start to finish is truly incredible, and it can have a profound impact on the quality of life of the people we are fortunate enough to serve. But this is not the right option for every patient, so let’s go over some of the signs that full-mouth rehabilitation may be for you. 

The Problems Keep Coming

Very few people are fortunate enough to go through life without any oral health issues popping up. If you run into a problem along the way, like a loose tooth or even a lost tooth that needs to be replaced, you’ll want to address that issue right away. Often, these issues will be a one-time occurrence, you can have them fixed properly by a professional, and go back to life as usual. 

Such cases would not signal the need for full-mouth rehabilitation. The story is different if the problems keep coming, however. If you seem to be dealing with one oral health problem after the next, you might need to step back and think about the bigger picture. In this case, working with Smilebuilderz on full-mouth rehabilitation might be the best way to get a handle on these issues once and for all. 

Relentless Pain

Pain in your mouth or jaw can make it hard to enjoy just about anything in life. When dealing with pain in other areas of your body, such as a leg or arm, you can aim to rest that area to allow it to gradually heal and hopefully feel better soon enough. That’s hard to do with your mouth and jaw area, however, as eating, drinking, and talking can all apply stress. If you have been dealing with ongoing pain that doesn’t seem to be responding to the treatment options you have tried so far, a full-mouth rehabilitation could help solve the varied problems that are leading to your discomfort. 

You Desire a New Look 

Sometimes, the motivations for full-mouth rehabilitation are as much aesthetic as they are functional. You might not be happy with the way your smile, mouth, or jaw looks as a result of some oral health issues. By rehabilitating the entire area through the use of a few different treatments, you can love your look once again and smile with a confidence that you haven’t felt in years. 

You don’t need to be sure that full-mouth rehabilitation is right for you in order to contact us to learn more about this service. Even if you just have a couple of questions in mind, please feel free to pick up the phone and call our office at (717) 481-7645. Our team is ready to serve you!