Full & Partial Mouth Dental Rehabilitation

Below are before and after pictures of some of Dr. Andersen’s patients who have benefited from partial and full mouth rehabilitation.

Partial or full mouth dental rehabilitation can help:

 

When the relationship between the gums, teeth, and jaw muscles is out of alignment, you can experience frequent migraines, jaw pain, ringing in the ears, and worn, damaged teeth. Full mouth rehabilitation can improve jaw function and correct tooth imperfections for a more attractive smile as well. Because your teeth and jaw will be in a more natural position, the aesthetic balance of your facial features may also improve.

Dr. Andersen is known for her comprehensive approach to even complex cases. During your initial exam, Dr. Andersen may take photographs, digital x-rays, or dental impressions in order to develop a treatment plan that yields the most ideal position for your jaw. Considering your desired outcome and current condition, she may also recommend veneers, dental implants, or crowns for individuals undergoing full mouth rehabilitation.

Depending on the complexity of your case, your partial or full mouth rehabilitation can take as little as two to three visits or as many as six or more.

For patients without dental insurance, affordable periodontal therapy is available to participants in the Artisan Dental Health Plan.

Click here to learn more about Dr. Andersen’s specialized training in restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

Below are some of Dr. Andersen’s patients who have benefited from partial and full mouth rehabilitation.

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Tammy Wedige

Lee Marks

Jim Henkel