Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Comprehensive treatment plan to restore the health, function, and aesthetics of the entire mouth where all or most of the teeth are missing or damaged.

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Here's how it works.

1

Comprehensive Evaluation

Your journey begins with a thorough examination of your oral health, including X-rays, impressions, and possibly a CT scan. Your dentist will assess your bone structure, gum health, bite alignment, and aesthetic preferences.

2

Treatment Planning

Based on the evaluation, your dentist will create a detailed treatment plan tailored to your needs. This plan will outline the number of implants required, the placement locations, the type of prosthetics (implant-supported dentures, bridges, or individual crowns), and the overall treatment timeline.

3

Implant Placement

The next step involves surgically placing dental implants into the jawbone. This procedure is performed under local anesthesia to ensure your comfort. The implants act as artificial tooth roots and provide a stable foundation for the prosthetics. Healing time, including osseointegration (the fusion of implants with bone), will take about 3 months.

4

Temporary Prosthetics

Depending on your situation, temporary prosthetics may be attached to the implants during the healing period. These temporary teeth help you maintain functionality and aesthetics while waiting for the final restorations.

5

Abutment Placement

After osseointegration is complete, abutments (connector pieces) are attached to the implants. These abutments serve as connectors between the implants and the final restorations.

6

Final Restoration Fabrication

Your dentist will take impressions of your mouth to create the final restorations, which could be implant-supported crowns, bridges, or dentures. These restorations are designed to match the appearance of natural teeth and complement your facial features.

7

Restoration Placement

Once the final restorations are ready, they will be securely attached to the abutments. Your dentist will ensure that the bite alignment is correct, and the restorations fit comfortably.

8

Adjustment and Follow-Up:

Your dentist will make any necessary adjustments to ensure proper fit, comfort, and aesthetics. Regular follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your healing progress and address any concerns.

Why is it important to do full mouth rehabilitation?

It is important to note that full mouth rehabilitation requires careful evaluation, planning, and coordination between different dental specialists. A thorough examination and consultation with a qualified dentist or prosthodontist are necessary to determine if full mouth rehabilitation is the right option for an individual's oral health needs.

  • Restores oral function

    Full mouth rehabilitation aims to restore proper chewing and biting function. By addressing issues such as missing teeth, tooth decay, gum disease, or bite problems, it allows individuals to regain the ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

  • Improves aesthetics

    Full mouth rehabilitation can significantly enhance the appearance of the smile. It involves various cosmetic procedures such as teeth whitening, dental veneers, dental crowns, or orthodontic treatments to correct misaligned or discolored teeth. This can boost self-esteem and improve overall facial aesthetics.

  • Enhances oral health

    Full mouth rehabilitation not only focuses on improving the appearance of the teeth but also addresses underlying oral health issues. Treating conditions like gum disease, tooth decay, or infections helps to eliminate pain, discomfort, and potential complications. It promotes better oral hygiene practices and reduces the risk of future dental problems.

  • Corrects bite alignment

    Misaligned bites can lead to various issues such as jaw pain, headaches, teeth grinding, or uneven wear of the teeth. Full mouth rehabilitation can involve orthodontic treatments, dental implants, or dental crowns to correct bite alignment and ensure proper occlusion. This improves overall oral function and prevents further damage to the teeth and jaw joints.

  • Long-lasting results

    Full mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive treatment plan that takes into account all aspects of oral health. By addressing multiple dental issues simultaneously, it provides long-lasting results. With proper maintenance and regular dental check-ups, the outcomes of full mouth rehabilitation can last for many years.

  • Customized treatment plan

    Each full mouth rehabilitation case is unique, and the treatment plan is tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals. Dentists work closely with patients to understand their concerns, preferences, and desired outcomes. This personalized approach ensures that the treatment plan is comprehensive, effective, and aligned with the patient’s expectations.

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