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Combining Procedures for Your Benefit

The Smile Factory is dedicated to making sure that you have access to the latest techniques and equipment within the dental industry. Our entire team is committed to upgrading their skills and knowledge on an ongoing basis so that you receive the most effective treatment.

Many of our patients come to us with an interest in more than one procedure. If you have had trauma or put off going to the dentist for years, you may want to learn more about a full mouth rehabilitation. This process involves combining several of our treatments to achieve your desired outcomes and restore your good oral health.

Your Tailored Plan

The first step is to sit down with a member of our team for your consultation. During this time, we’ll discuss what your concerns are. We’ll also evaluate the condition of your teeth and gums. Once we have a look, we can make our recommendations on how best to achieve your smile goals. We can space out treatment within a time frame that is right for you or make arrangements to complete multiple procedures at a single appointment.
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Designing Your Full Mouth Rehabilitation

When you meet with your dentist, you’ll be informed on every possible option that can help you. The services that are often used in full mouth rehabilitations include:

Who Is a Candidate for a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

There are several different situations in which you may be interested in a full mouth rehabilitation. If you are missing teeth, have a misaligned bite or have teeth that are worn down, you can likely benefit from having a full mouth rehabilitation.

State-of-the-Art Dental Implants

When you’re missing teeth, you want to find out how you can restore your smile. Dental implants are the gold standard within tooth replacement. They have the power to last for a lifetime and enhance your self-esteem. A dental implant looks, functions and feels just like a natural tooth.

Want to Learn More?

Getting a dental implant involves having a small titanium post surgically placed in your jaw, which we complete for you at our practice. You must then allow the site to heal for a time. When this period has passed, you’ll return to our practice to have your implant restored. Your implant can have a dental crown, dental bridge or denture affixed to it, depending on what your particular situation requires.

Contact The Smile Factory today to schedule your consultation!

*Any invasive or surgical procedure may carry risks. Before moving forward, it is recommended that you seek a second opinion from an appropriately licensed medical professional.

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