Everything state-of-the-art dentistry has to offer comes together in this amazing procedure. Forget dentures. Now it’s easier than ever to have a completely perfect smile!

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Because of improved dental hygiene, people are keeping their teeth longer, but they become worn down and discolored.  Plus there may be a collection of mismatched dental work from years past.  The bite probably has become misaligned causing TMJ/facial pain and neck tension, and the teeth no longer support the facial structure causing a tired, aged appearance

Not only can FMR correct all these problems, but also you can pre-select the color, shape, size and arrangement of your soon-to-be perfect teeth and smile.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation is the systematic approach to restoring all of your teeth at the same time.  This can involve several phases and processes, all of which Dr. Foutz can usually complete in-house.  Including any needed root canals, gum treatment, tooth extractions, implant placement and crown preparations.

How do I get started?

Before you can schedule for a Full Mouth Rehabilitation, you will first need to consult with Dr. Foutz.  There are 4 primary areas that will be examined and discussed.

TEETH – The condition of your teeth will determine whether implants, bridges, onlays, inlays, crowns or porcelain veneers are going to be needed.  Dr. Foutz will take special note of such things as teeth wear, cavities, cracks, short or long teeth, root canal problems, and the movement of the teeth.

GUM TISSUES – If your gums are not healthy, it may be necessary to undergo some periodontal treatments first

BITE – Temporomandibular joints (TMJ), jaw muscles and occlusion will be examined to ensure you have or can get a stable bite.  A stable bite is one in which you do not experience any pain or discomfort when you close your mouth or chew.

AESTHETICS – A full-mouth reconstruction would not be complete if it did not enhance the shape, color, proportion and size of your teeth in relation to the gums, mouth, lips, face and side profile.

The process of the full mouth rehabilitation will begin once Dr. Foutz has all the relevant information for your case.  A complete and comprehensive plan that is intended to correct all of your oral and dental problems will be developed during that first visit. Dr. Barton H. Foutz, DDS will always provide you with a treatment plan explaining what you need and how much it will cost.

What is the process?

Once any underlying problematic conditions are corrected, you will be fitted for temporary crowns.  You will wear the temporary crowns for 4-6 weeks while the laboratory custom-creates the all-porcelain crowns that will be seated and permanently bonded to the prepared teeth.  Also during that time, you will experience a version of the final result.  Your feedback with Dr. Foutz during this time will provide valuable, precise input before the finishing touches are made to the final restorations.

How long will it take?

The time required to complete a Full Mouth Rehabilitation can range from as little as 2 to 3 visits to six or more depending on the complexity of the case and the desired result.

Whether you need a full mouth rehabilitation to restore proper function or you want a smile make-over for purely aesthetic reasons, you will discover, as Dr. Foutz and his staff have witnessed first hand, that your entire personality will change once you have the radiant smile you’ve always wanted.

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    Ezbond A. Foutz, D.D.S.
    4 Generations of Dentists Spanning 3 Centuries
    1st Generation:

    Great Grandfather

    Dr. Ezbond A. Foutz
    Harold B. Foutz, D.D.S.
    4 Generations of Dentists Spanning 3 Centuries
    2nd Generation:


    Dr. Harold B. Foutz
    Lawrence C. Foutz, D.D.S.
    4 Generations of Dentists Spanning 3 Centuries
    3rd Generation:


    Dr. Lawrence C. Foutz
    Barton H. Foutz, D.D.S.
    4 Generations of Dentists Spanning 3 Centuries
    4th Generation:

    Family and Cosmetic Dentist

    Dr. Barton H. Foutz