Rebuild, Restore, and Rehabilitate Your Smile
Patients who are in severe pain or have lost some of the functionality of their mouths through damaged, worn or missing teeth may require full-mouth rehabilitation. This may involve a variety of services to address many different dental problems. At Henrich Dental, we have the skills, tools, and experience to rehabilitate your mouth and get you smiling again.
A full-mouth rehab can help restore your gum line, fix jaw mechanics, and rebuild your teeth. We can start to alleviate the pain you may be feeling, or improve the aesthetics of your smile. Every case is a little different, though, so your treatment might involve cosmetic dental services combined with restorative dental procedures:
- Replacing teeth
- Closing gaps in the teeth
- Repairing chips and cracks
- Treating periodontal disease
- Whitening discolored teeth
- Restoring or reshaping teeth
- Straightening misalignments
- Treating cavities or infections
Our dental care team is committed to helping you achieve optimal oral health. Dr. Frank Henrich is a trusted, experienced restorative and cosmetic dentist in Tulsa, OK. If you have experienced tooth damage, tooth loss, or dental pain, be sure you schedule a consultation. During your consultation, we can evaluate your smile and address your dentistry needs. From there, we can build a customized treatment plan that is designed just for you.
Visit Henrich Dental today to explore your treatment options. To schedule an appointment, call (918) 262-4731 or request an appointment online.
The Full Mouth Rehabilitation Process
You may need a full-mouth rehab if you have lost several teeth or function in your mouth. Whether this happened through decay, constant grinding, or an accident, we can use our state-of-the-art technology to get you smiling again.
To ensure the best result possible, Dr. Henrich will perform a full examination of your smile to assess your overall condition. This evaluation may include x-rays or any other diagnostic testing needed to evaluate the condition of your dental health, function, and appearance. After your evaluation, your Tulsa, OK dentist will develop your personalized full mouth reconstruction treatment plan. The goal of your treatment plan is to restore health, function, and beauty to your smile.
Depending on your needs, Dr. Henrich may recommend one or more of the following treatments:
- Porcelain veneers
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Implants
- Dentures & Partials
- Inlays & Onlays
- Tooth Bonding
- Dental Fillings
- Dental Bridge
At Henrich Dental we work with our patients one-on-one to determine what procedures and treatments will work best for you. Make an appointment today and start getting the help you need.
Full-mouth Restoration FAQs
How much does it cost to fix a full mouth of teeth?
This will depend on what treatments you need. It could cost a few thousand dollars to replace some teeth and up to tens of thousands of dollars to replace all of them with dental implants. Traditional treatments such as dental bridges, dental crowns, and dentures may cost up to $1,500. The best thing to do is schedule a consultation so that we know exactly what treatments you need then we can estimate your cost of treatment.
What will happen if I do not have my teeth fixed?
Severely decayed or damaged teeth will not get better on their own. All dental problems will progress and cause even more damage. This can be very painful and cause serious damage to the underlying bone and even cause health problems. The worst case scenario is your teeth all fall out or an infection can enter your blood stream. Dr. Henrich can help you get your oral healthy back on track and save you from additional treatment and pain.
How can I afford full mouth rehabilitation?
Henrich Dental offers several financing options including CareCredit and Lending Club. However, you must qualify for them. These financing options have helped many of our patients receive the oral health treatments they need. We are also in network with several dental insurance companies and will do whatever we can to maximize your benefits.