Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Chandler, AZ
Restore your smile, health, and confidence!
What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Poor oral health and foundational issues cause a host of problems, such as pain while eating, slurred speech, self-consciousness, and heightened overall health risk.
When you need extensive dental work, it’s best to look at the big picture vs. treating each dental problem individually. Full mouth rehabilitation does just that.
Whether you restore your smile ASAP or in stages, each treatment aligns with your end goal and isn’t unnecessary or wasting your time or money.
The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction by Dr. Robert Walker
Reconstructing your smile removes diseases and prevents future dental problems, which better protects your overall health. Improving its function and bite will allow you to eat your favorite foods again, speak naturally, and end your pain. It’ll also give you a confidence boost that no outfit, hairdo, or fancy car can match!
Dr. Robert Walker offers general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry under one roof, so no matter what you need, you can receive all your care in our friendly, familiar office. Common procedures include dental implants, crowns or bridges, metal-free fillings, root canals, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, orthodontics, etc.
Our Chandler dentist is known for his one-on-one, personalized care. He’ll get to know you, what you like vs. don’t like about your smile, and what your end goal is. He’ll recommend a treatment plan that’s designed exclusively for you, taking into consideration your timeline, budget, and comfort.
A Real Patient's Full Mouth Rehabilitation Case
The first time I went to Dr. Walker, I couldn't even bite into an apple. My jaw was so misaligned. I was also experiencing horrible headaches, and my jaw would pop and click. Dr. Walker decided to put me in braces. I was not looking forward to it, but Dr. Walker and his team put me at ease. I wore the braces for around 21 months, and now I wear a clear aligner when I sleep. 21 months is nothing compared to a lifetime of happiness, and I can now bite into an apple and no more headaches! I am so happy right now with my teeth and, most importantly, my jaw.
Kristen W. (5-Star Google Review)
FAQs About Full Mouth Rehabilitation
With answers from our restorative dentist in Chandler, AZ.
Am I candidate?
If you show one or more of these signs, then you’re likely a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation:
- Dental or facial pain, including TMJ
- Uncontrolled or severe periodontal (gum) disease
- Decayed teeth
- Missing teeth
- Broken, chipped, or cracked teeth
- Misaligned, spaced, or gapped teeth
- Worn-down teeth
- Dental trauma
- Stained, discolored, or yellowed teeth
- Restorations in need of replacing
And if you’re uncertain, ask us!
How long does full mouth reconstruction take?
It depends on:
- Treatment types: Certain treatments take longer than others.
- Number of treatments: The less you need, the faster your treatment will likely take.
- Your health: Both your oral and overall health play roles in restoring your smile.
- Your preference: You may prefer to spread out treatments in a budget-friendly manner or to help maximize your dental insurance.
Full mouth rehabilitation takes several months, possibly up to one year or longer.
To find out how long it’ll take to restore your smile, schedule a consultation with Dr. Walker. Our office is located in Chandler and serves patients from surrounding communities, including Gilbert, Mesa, Phoenix, and Tempe, AZ.
Does it hurt?
Your comfort is paramount to us. We do everything in our power to keep you out of pain, including modern technology, gentle techniques, and anesthetic. Many of our patients report not feeling any pain during the procedure – it actually surprises them. However, if you feel discomfort afterward, over-the-counter pain medication will help.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to bring them up, so we can adjust your treatment accordingly.
How much does it cost to get all your teeth fixed?
The cost of full mouth rehabilitation varies A LOT from patient to patient.
The only way to know for certain is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Walker. During this visit, he’ll map out a recommended treatment plan, and our team will discuss insurance and payment options with you.
We also accept CareCredit… This text opens a new tab to the CareCredit website…, which offers affordable financing for dental care.