Full mouth rehabilitation is a customized treatment plan designed to address all areas of concern in the mouth. Should you require full mouth rehabilitation, our team at Orland Dental Care will work with you to create a plan that is tailored to your specific needs and goals.
What Does Full Mouth Rehabilitation Mean?
Full mouth rehabilitation, also referred to as full mouth reconstruction, refers to the dental procedure involving rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all of your teeth in your upper and lower jaw. Full mouth rehabilitation involves a combination of procedures such as crowns, bridges, implants, and veneers. The goal of this procedure is to improve function and aesthetics, ultimately giving the patient a healthy and beautiful smile. It can also improve oral health by addressing oral problems like dental decay, misalignment, and gum disease.
Why Do I Need Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation can address a multitude of issues, including misaligned bites, missing teeth, and worn down or damaged teeth. This type of treatment can also address excessive tooth decay or trauma, gum recession, and bone loss. It can even improve symptoms related to TMJ disorder or other jaw problems. Full mouth rehabilitation is also often necessary for patients with congenital issues or who have undergone maxillofacial surgery.
What Treatments Are Included in Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
The benefit of full mouth rehabilitation is that it accommodates a variety of dental restorative procedures custom-tailored to each patient's specific needs. Dental implants are the most common restorative treatments in full mouth rehabilitation.
Dental implants are considered the best treatment option for tooth replacement, as they provide artificial teeth that are designed to look and function just like natural teeth. Dental bridges may also be used to replace missing teeth, typically using adjacent natural teeth as anchors for the restoration. Dental crowns are another common treatment in full mouth rehabilitation, used to restore damaged or weakened teeth and improve their appearance. Other treatments may include deep cleaning, bone graftings, and orthodontics. Full mouth rehabilitation can also involve cosmetic dental treatments such as teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and dentures. These options can enhance the overall appearance of the smile and boost self-confidence in social and professional settings.
Full mouth rehabilitation can significantly improve overall oral health and function, as well as enhance the appearance of your smile. If you have multiple missing, damaged, or weakened teeth, full mouth rehabilitation may be a beneficial treatment option for you.
Consult with our dentist here at Orland Dental Care to determine if full mouth rehabilitation is the right choice for you, or contact us at 872-266-2207 for more information. Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality, personalized care for every patient, and we are always happy to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have.