Restore Health, Beauty, and
Function to Your Smile
If you have significant dental problems, including missing teeth, chips, cracks, stains, and other damage, our St. Louis area cosmetic dentists can help you improve the appearance and functionality of your smile with a full mouth rehabilitation. Dr. Mike Menolascino and Dr. Eric Klumb are experienced at performing a number of cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures to renew your smile and restore the health of your teeth and gums.
Some of the procedures we can combine in a full mouth rehabilitation include:
What Are the Benefits?
Following injury, the natural aging process, and normal “wear and tear,” you may have several dental problems that can affect your ability to eat or chew properly, and you may feel self-conscious about your smile.
With a full mouth rehabilitation, we can often perform several treatments in one visit, minimizing the amount of time you have to spend in our office.
Benefits can include:
- A beautiful, healthier, natural-looking smile
- Stronger, whiter, brighter teeth
- Elimination or reduction of pain or sensitivity in gums and teeth
- Restored ability to eat, drink, and speak effortlessly and painlessly
- Prevention of future damage to gums and teeth
What Can I Expect?
You will meet with Dr. Klumb or Dr. Menolascino for a comprehensive dental exam to determine a unique, custom treatment plan to best fit your needs. We will assess both your underlying health issues and your cosmetic goals to determine which procedures can create the smile you desire, while also maintaining optimum oral health and functionality. Next, we can execute treatment as fast or as slow as you would like, depending on your needs and lifestyle. We can usually perform several procedures in the same appointment for quicker results. However, we can also schedule a series of appointments for each step of restoration. Our goal is to provide the best, longest-lasting results possible in a schedule that works for you. Results and recovery will vary based on the amount of treatment required and the schedule of treatment.
If you have any questions about any of the procedures that encompass a full mouth rehabilitation, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us today.