Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation treatment refers to rebuilding or replacing all of the teeth in a patient’s mouth. The treatment works to improve both the function and aesthetics of your teeth and smile. As a highly individualised treatment, the focus is also on improving the overall health of the mouth, including gums, teeth, and bite. The treatment can involve a combination of onlays, crowns, bridges, veneers, dental implants or dentures that provide not only a smile makeover but also improved chewing efficiency to patients.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Is Often Recommended For Patients:
- That have multiple missing teeth or numerous teeth with large fillings which are failing or exhibiting decay
- With cracked, broken, or badly worn-out teeth due to an accident
- With teeth grinding habits
- Teeth that have worn due to tobacco eating habits
How Long Does Full Mouth Rehabilitation Take?
Full Mouth Rehabilitation takes several weeks or up to a year or more to complete the steps. Some of the steps involved are prophylactic teeth cleaning, crown lengthening for crowns or bridges, orthognathic surgery for repositioning jaw, contouring, placement of temporary & permanent structures and orthodontics if needed. The timeline varies from patient to patient as the specific procedures and treatments take their time.
Benefits of Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth restoration often resort to full mouth dental implants which has numerous benefits such as:
- Ability to bite into and chew foods like with natural teeth
- Instantly reversing of age by improving the toothless appearance of the face
- Aesthetically appealing smile
- Dental health
- One-time procedure to last a lifetime