Full-Mouth RehabilitatioN Therapy in Mount Holly, Charlotte, NC

What Is Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?

As the name suggests, full-mouth rehabilitation is a dental procedure that’s concerned with restoring your entire mouth. Full-mouth rehabilitation combines both restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry procedures. It’s often recommended for patients who have very serious, chronic oral health conditions or have undergone severe dental trauma. 

With full-mouth rehabilitation from Charlotte dentist Dr. Pratheek Koneru, you can restore the natural function and appearance of your smile, no matter what oral health challenges you may have faced in the past. Contact us now to learn more and schedule a consultation at Black Dog Dental Studio.

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Did you know…

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You’re never too old to get a new smile. Full-mouth rehabilitation treatments can be tailored to patients of all ages and from all walks of life.

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What To Expect From The Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Process

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Initial consultation

To begin the process, you’ll need to meet with Dr. Koneru. He will perform an oral exam and take x-rays to assess the state of your mouth. He will also discuss your oral health with you and learn a bit more about the dental challenges that you have faced in the past.

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Developing your treatment plan

Based on your consultation, Dr. Koneru will develop a custom treatment plan. Your plan will be customized based on your budget, schedule, and personal preferences to ensure the best possible results, and you can schedule your first appointment right away.

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Treatments and follow-ups

Full-mouth rehabilitation looks different for everyone. Your treatment may take just a couple of appointments over a few weeks, or it could take longer than a year. But as you come to Black Dog Dental Studio for your scheduled treatments, you’ll start to see your new smile take shape.

Enjoy your healthy new smile

Once your treatment plan is complete, you’ll have a brand-new smile. Your teeth will look natural and your mouth will be healthy, and you will be able to speak, chew, and eat normally.

What Dental Problems Can Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Fix?

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Damaged Teeth

Teeth can be damaged by cavities, tooth infections, dental trauma, or even repetitive wear like teeth grinding. Treatments like dental fillings, root canals, and dental crowns are usually recommended to restore damaged teeth.

Missing Teeth

Dental implants are our preferred method for replacing missing teeth at Black Dog Dental Studio. Dental implants look and feel natural, last 30+ years with proper care, and never move or shift.  Whether you’re missing one, several, or all of your teeth, dental implants may be a good choice for restoring your smile.

Crooked, Uneven, Or Gapped Teeth

In some cases, orthodontic treatment like Invisalign may be recommended as part of the full-mouth rehabilitation process. Orthodontic treatment can move your teeth and change the position of your jaws. Not only does this improve the appearance of your teeth, but it enhances your overall oral health, too.

Cosmetic Dental Issues

Typically, full-mouth rehabilitation also involves treating cosmetic dental issues. For example, if your teeth are stained or misshapen, Dr. Koneru may recommend dental veneers to cover up these imperfections and restore the appearance of your smile.

Did you know…

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Over 3 million Americans have replaced missing teeth with dental implants.

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Am I A Good Candidate For Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?


Yes. If you have many damaged, missing, or unhealthy teeth, full-mouth rehabilitation is a great way to restore the appearance and functionality of your smile. To learn more and get a customized treatment plan, just give Black Dog Dental Studio a call at (630) 881-4745.

Did you know…

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Save yourself money, time, and future dental pain by keeping up with your preventive care.

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