Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Edgewater Dental

General Dentists, Oral Surgeons, Periodontists, Cosmetic Dentists located in Sugar Land, TX

If you need to undergo multiple procedures to achieve a healthy, aesthetically pleasing smile, consider full mouth rehabilitation. At Edgewater Dental in Sugar Land, Texas, Ali Sajadi, MS, DDS, uses full mouth rehabilitation to help individuals achieve an impeccable appearance and Hollywood-worthy smile. During treatment, he repairs and maintains your gums and jawbone, ensuring total oral health. To schedule an appointment, book online or call the office today.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Q & A

What is full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation is a cosmetic dentistry technique used to restore the health and appearance of your teeth, gums, and smile. Instead of addressing just one problem, full mouth rehabilitation cares for several. 

This allows you to receive comprehensive treatment in just one visit, saving you time, energy, and the need for multiple appointments.

Who can benefit from full mouth rehabilitation?

At Edgewater Dental, Dr. Sajadi uses full mouth rehabilitation to address a variety of common oral health problems, including:

  • Multiple missing teeth
  • Numerous teeth with large fillings
  • Decaying, cracked, or broken teeth
  • Badly worn teeth caused by bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Severe gum disease

You might also benefit from full mouth rehabilitation if you have a genetic condition like amelogenesis. Amelogenesis causes your tooth enamel to develop pits, fissures, and grooves.

How does full mouth rehabilitation work?

No two full mouth rehabilitations are exactly alike. Dr. Sajadi develops a custom care plan that aligns with your oral health history, budget, and goals. 

Following an oral exam and in-office discussion, Dr. Sajadi might recommend:

Dental bridges

A dental bridge is an oral prosthetic used to fill a space in your smile caused by a missing tooth. A bridge contains an artificial tooth and a supportive framework. Dr. Sajadi bonds the supportive framework to your two teeth on either side of the gap. A bridge looks and feels just like your natural tooth, allowing you to bite and chew comfortably.


Veneers are tailor-made shells of porcelain or composite resin that attach to the front of your teeth. They can address various issues, including stained teeth, smaller-than-average teeth, and teeth with spaces between them.

Dental crowns

If you have a cracked, chipped, or decaying tooth, Dr. Sajadi might recommend a crown. A crown is a special covering that restores your tooth to its near-original size, shape, and condition. 


If you develop a cavity, Dr. Sajadi might recommend a filling. A filling is made of composite resin. When applying a filling, Dr. Sajadi removes the decaying portion of your tooth and “fills” the area. The material used for fillings is tough and mimics your natural tooth enamel. 

Dental Implants

If you’re missing one or several permanent teeth, you might benefit from dental implants. Dental implants are metal anchors that provide a firm foundation for crowns, bridges, and implant-supported dentures. They’re longer-lasting than all other oral prosthetics because they connect directly to your jawbone. 

Tooth extractions

If you have impacted teeth, a severe cavity, or crowded teeth that are difficult to clean, Dr. Sajadi might recommend extractions. An extraction is a quick surgical procedure used to remove one (or several) teeth.

To see if you qualify for full mouth rehabilitation, schedule an appointment at Edgewater Dental. Book a consultation online, or call the office to speak with a member of the administrative staff today.