West: 865-966-7441 M-W: 8-5 / Th-F: 7-3:30 North: 865-688-4112 M,T,Th: 8-5 / W: 8-12:30 Cedar Bluff: 865-693-7041 M-Th: 8-5

Occasionally there are a number of dental problems that may combine to leave a patient facing some difficult choices regarding treatment.  Simple cosmetic dentistry may not be enough. In these circumstances, we at Chesney Dentistry may discuss the option of a full mouth rehabilitation with patients.

A full mouth rehabilitation is a highly individualized treatment, and it is not one procedure. Instead, we use our decades of experience, flexibility, and a comprehensive approach to dentistry to provide you with a number of options.  Following these procedures, you’ll end up with an attractive and healthy smile that you desire and deserve.

If you would like to speak with one of our dentists about your desire for full mouth rehabilitation, please call Chesney Dentistry at 865-966-7441 for our West location or 865-688-4112 for our North location.

Issues that Full Mouth Rehabilitation Can Address

When you come in for an evaluation of your dental condition to determine if you are a candidate for a full mouth rehabilitation, we will put together a customized plan considering your specific needs. Frequently this series of procedures is used to treat patients with a number of dental problems including:

  • Cracked, chipped or broken teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Misaligned teeth
  • Gum disease
  • Painful chewing

Patients frequently think their only options when they have such significant dental problems are dentures or multiple dental implants.  Although these may be reasonable solutions, at Chesney Dentistry we encourage patients to make sure they have considered all their options, including relying on existing teeth instead of replacing them.

If you’ve been told that you need dentures, or multiple dental implants, we encourage you to come to Chesney Dentistry for a second opinion before undergoing those procedures. We’ll evaluate your conditions and make our customized recommendations including letting you know if a full mouth rehabilitation is right for you.