Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Comprehensive Dental Care to Restore Your Oral Health

At Pocono Dental Associates, we are able to restore and rebuild a mouth that has experienced the natural occurrences of years of wear and tear. It is natural for teeth to become worn down over time because we use our mouths every day! If you need multiple restorative and cosmetic treatments to return your teeth and gums back to optimal health this is known as full mouth rehabilitation. At Pocono Dental Associates we believe in the power of a healthy smile, and we will work with you to come up with a treatment plan that will meet your dental health goals.

Before and After smile makeover
Full Mouth Rehabilitation. Implants. Composite Bonding. Esthetic Dentistry

Restoring the Natural Smile

A full mouth rehabilitation will give you the wonderful smile that you deserve. It will also  allow your teeth to function properly again to improve your lifestyle. Damaged, infected, and missing teeth can make it very difficult to perform basic oral activities such as eating, speaking, and smiling. 

A full mouth rehabilitation will eliminate any issues in the mouth and restore your natural smile to what it should be! Your oral health and ability to function will be drastically improved. Your smile will look better and improve your confidence, emotional health, and overall quality of life.  Call us today to take the first step in the right direction! 570-424-1201


Most frequent questions and answers

Full mouth rehabilitation is a process that may be required for a variety of reasons. Common reasons that a patient may need full mouth rehabilitation include:

  • Teeth that are severely worn down.
  • Multiple missing teeth
  • Multiple teeth that have been damaged due to fracture or decay
  • Severe erosion of the enamel of the teeth
  • Multiple loss or missing teeth due to gum disease
  • Congenital disorders that cause missing teeth or poorly formed teeth
  • Traumatic injury to the mouth and teeth

Full Mouth Rehabilitation starts with your concerns first. We review your health history, dental history, and your current dental status. A custom treatment plan is then created specifically for you that may include a combination of all aspects of dentistry including:

  • Dental Implants
  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Bridges
  • Bonding
  • Whitening
  • Veneers
  • Dentures