How Long Does Full Mouth Rehabilitation Take?

Dr. Anthony Mobasser, a renowned cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, discusses the timeframe needed to complete a successful full mouth rehabilitation.

A lot of patients ask me, how long does full mouth reconstruction take? Depending if you need any kind of a surgical intervention or not. The time varies, but I’m hoping that okay. Your gums are okay, and you just want to have your teeth done, okay,

and get it all to a perfect shape, color and function. Having said that, we can do the full mouth reconstruction in three visits. I do like to do it with an IV sedation doctor, which is my anesthesiologist, where you are quite comfortable and you don’t feel anything, no pain involved. That two or three visits can be done within seven days apart. So you usually need about two weeks to get all your teeth done and rehabilitation is completed.

If you are considering full mouth reconstruction, contact Dr. Anthony Mobasser to arrange a free consultation today!