Full Mouth Rehabilitation

A Full Mouth Rehabilitation, also known as full mouth reconstruction or restoration, is another term for a series of treatments performed to restore a patient’s full oral health after they have experienced severe decay, traumatic injury, acid erosion, teeth and gum damages or other issues that affect teeth, gum and jaw.


It is a combination of different restorative dental treatments to fix or rebuild all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws, thus getting the mouth back to its best possible health.


Full mouth reconstructions typically involves general or restorative dentists (performing procedures like crowns, bridges and veneers), and can incorporate dental specialists like periodontists (specializing in the gums), oral surgeons, orthodontists (specializing in tooth movements and positions) and endodontists (specializing in the tooth pulp treatment).


Whether you have lost your teeth to decay, periodontal disease or even an accident, you do not have to live without those teeth for the rest of your life, a full mouth rehab is the best solution.

The procedure

The procedure requires high dental expertise to restore the dental health, the jaw structure, the mouth function and the natural look. It is called a full mouth rehabilitation because it includes more than one cosmetic dental procedure which could include:


Dental Crowns: Dental crowns repair and strengthen teeth affected by decay or damage. They offer additional structural support compared to porcelain veneers and are ideal for correcting imperfections of the teeth.


Dental Implants: An innovative solution for missing teeth, a dental implant can become a permanent part of your mouth. It has natural-looking aesthetics and supreme stability to efficiently restore lost form and function.


Gum Re-Contouring: Excessive gummy tissue contributes to a gummy smile, affecting the proportion of the gums and teeth. Re-contouring the gums removes excess gum tissue for a more balanced appearance of the smile.


Periodontal Care: Deep cleaning and root planning can eliminate or minimize the common symptoms of gum disease, including bleeding, redness, swelling, and discomfort.


Porcelain Veneers: Veneers are designed to conceal imperfections in the tooth like cracks, chips, discoloration, stains, and misalignment. A thin layer of porcelain is attached to the tooth to enhance its appearance.


TMD Treatment: To lessen the symptoms associated with the temporomandibular joint disorder, dentists will evaluate the balance of the jaw, head and neck movement, and force of the bite. A treatment plan is then made to meet your unique needs.


A Full Mouth Rehabilitation treats toothaches, missing teeth, muscle pain, jawbone pain, gum disease, and even headache.

Steps In a Full Mouth Rehabilitation:

The first step to full mouth rehabilitation begins with a consultation with the dentist. He/she will perform a thorough and comprehensive exam to determine how extensive of a rehab is needed to get your mouth back to its ultimate oral health.


This exam includes:

Book an Appointment with your Dentist If You Have All Or Any Of The Following Signs:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation treatment?

A full mouth rehabilitation is the process of replacing or rebuilding all the teeth in a patient’s mouth.

While it may sound complicated, full mouth rehabilitation is merely a combination of restorative dental procedures designed to restore or rebuild your smile. It is not only our goal to help you smile again, but to strengthen and fortify your healthy oral tissues and tooth structures as well.

What is restorative occlusal rehabilitation?

The term ‘occlusal rehabilitation’ refers to the restoration of the functional integrity of dental arches using inlays, onlays (also known as Table Tops), crowns, and bridges.

Who needs Full Mouth Rehabilitation treatment?
  1. Patients with severely damaged teeth.
  2. Patients with multiple missing or misshapen teeth.
  3. Patients with malocclusion that does not require orthodontics.
  4. Patients who have TMD (TMJ disorder) or headaches.
What are the steps?
  1. A planning session including x-rays, CBCT scans, and intraoral scans is conducted, along with study casts.
  2. Mock-ups and discussion to show how the outcome will be before treatment begins.
  3. The start of treatment.
Can you get a full mouth of crowns?

Crowns are an excellent way to restore damaged teeth when undergoing a full mouth reconstruction. They are cap-liked restorations of tooth-colored material that are placed over the existing teeth to improve size, shape and function.

How much does a full mouth rehabilitation with crowns cost?

In terms of full mouth rehabilitation treatments, there is no estimated cost because it depends on teeth numbers, crown types, as well as some patients may require root canals or dental implants.…etc.

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