Full Mouth Rehabilitation

What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation may also be called full mouth restoration and both terms are used to describe a combination of treatments to help restore or rebuild missing or damaged teeth. This may be necessary if teeth have become fractured or damaged, or have been lost completely due to decay, infection or trauma. Full mouth rehabilitation can address problems caused by worn down teeth, where some structure may have been lost as a result of acid erosion or teeth grinding and clenching (bruxism).

Which Treatments May Be Used During Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Treatment can include repairing teeth with crowns that completely cover up a damaged tooth to protect it, or replacing missing teeth with a dental bridge. Other procedures such as inlays and onlays can all be used to repair large cavities in teeth which are unsuitable for conventional composite fillings. Sometimes orthodontics can be useful to correct misaligned teeth and malocclusion (bad bite).

What is the Procedure for Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

If you think you need full mouth rehabilitation, please visit Coastal Smiles for a comprehensive consultation. We’ll listen carefully to your concerns and will examine your teeth and jaws to determine which restorative procedures may help. The aim is to restore your smile and your dental health, ensuring your teeth and jaws can function correctly.

Coastal Smiles is located at Suite 1, 5 Dee Why Parade, Dee Why NSW 2099. Call us on (02) 9971 8992 for appointments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Full mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive dental treatment plan that involves a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures to rebuild or restore all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. The goal of full mouth rehabilitation is to improve the function, aesthetics, and health of the entire mouth.

The procedures included in full mouth rehabilitation can vary depending on the individual case, but they may include dental implants, bridges, crowns, veneers, orthodontics, gum therapy, and TMJ therapy. The exact combination of procedures will depend on your specific dental needs and goals.

The length of full mouth rehabilitation can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the number of procedures involved. Some cases can be completed in as little as a few months, while others may take a year or more to complete.

Full mouth rehabilitation can have a significant impact on your overall oral health and quality of life. By restoring the function and aesthetics of your teeth, you can enjoy improved chewing ability, better speech, and a more confident smile. In addition, some of the restorative procedures included in full mouth rehabilitation can also improve your overall oral health and reduce the risk of future dental problems.

Full mouth rehabilitation may be a good option for individuals who have multiple dental problems that need to be addressed, such as missing or damaged teeth, bite problems, or jaw pain. Your dentist will evaluate your oral health and recommend a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs and goals.

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