Full mouth rehabilitation and restoration are terms used interchangeably to describe the process of reconstructing all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. Complete mouth rehabilitation is a dynamic functional procedure .It consist of correction and integration of all part into one functional unit.
Who need Full mouth Rehabilitation
- Teeth that have been lost due to decay or trauma.
- Teeth that have been injured or fractured.
- Teeth that have become severely worn as a result of long-term acid erosion like foods, beverages, acid reflux or tooth grinding.
- Ongoing complaints of jaw, muscle and headache pain requiring adjustments to the bite
What are the procedures?
- Dentist will examine your mouth to determine the extent of the problem and the treatment options that can be used to correct it.
- They will check the condition of teeth to determine what restorative procedures may be needed.
- Your gums are not healthy, you will most likely need scaling and root planning to treat periodontal disease. You may require more intensive treatments from a periodontist to ensure that your newly reconstructed teeth will have a solid foundation.
- Occlusal changes need to be taken into consideration when your dentist plans your restorations
- The color, shape, size and proportion of your teeth, and how they appear in relation to your gums, lips, mouth, side profile and face, are also important factors in full mouth reconstruction.
Advantages of Full Mouth Restoration
- Improvement in your overall health
- Boost of confidence and self-esteem
- Better oral health
- Weight Loss
- Improved Sleep
- Better Concentration
- Strong, straight, and healthy smile