Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Patients who have many missing teeth or severe deterioration of most teeth may require a full mouth reconstruction using a combination of restorations, veneers, crowns, bridges, dental implants or partial dentures. The oral cavity is a dynamic environment where changes constantly occur, sometimes quickly but more often slowly over time. Changes can be due to a traumatic accident, periodontal disease, shifting teeth, a lifetime of neglect, a destructive habit such as grinding or a lifetime of dentistry focusing on one tooth at a time leaving the mouth resembling a patchwork quilt.
What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full mouth rejuvenation represents the culmination and combination of science and art, combining modern restorative and aesthetic services to dramatically improve both the look and function of your smile. It solves a variety of tooth and bite problems while simultaneously creating an attractive smile.
We will help you decide an appropriate treatment plan. Though the specific techniques may vary depending on your needs. We will ensure that the end result is the beautiful smile and a more confident & comfortable you.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation enhances the appearance of the smile and corrects imperfections in bite position, & associated discomfort eg headaches, facial & shoulder pain. It also corrects the shape, size, colour & alignment of the teeth. Chipped, short, worn-down & cracked teeth can be repaired and restored with full mouth rehabilitation. A collapsed bite and associated aged appearance can also be corrected. Combining art of Cosmetic Dentistry with the technology of Neuromuscular Dentistry, Full Mouth Rehabilitation lets you have a smile that is both beautiful and comfortable.
Full mouth rehabilitation can help correct & prevent frequent headaches or migraines; pain in your face, jaw, neck, or shoulders; loose, chipped, or cracked teeth; numbness in your fingers, ringing in your ears, or vertigo; jaw popping or clicking when you chew or talk. If you experience any of these symptoms you may be a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation.