FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION / SMILE DESIGNING
‘A systematic approach to smile restoration!’
What is complete oral cavity rehabilitation?
Oral rehabilitation is the artificial restoration of the teeth, jaw, gums, and other structures of the mouth and face.
Depending on your situation and the type of treatment you need, rehabilitation can be performed exclusively by a dentist or by a team of dentists and oral surgeons specialized in various fields such as endodontists, orthodontists, periodontists, and restorative dentists. Our specialist team of doctors will recommend a comprehensive treatment plan to help restore the entire structure of your mouth and will also help you prevent further damage.
Complete oral rehabilitation usually involves several procedures that are performed over several appointments. However, some procedures, such as dental implantation, can be performed in one visit at our dental clinic.
These procedures replace missing or damaged teeth with strong, durable dentures that look, feel and function like natural teeth. They also help repair lost gums and bone and stimulate the growth of new bone in the jaw.
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Who Can Benefit From Complete Oral Rehabilitation?
We may recommend a complete reconstruction if there is severe damage to your teeth, gums, or jaw.
The most common reasons for complete mouth rehabilitation are:
- You have only a few healthy teeth in the mouth or none at all
- Teeth are badly damaged as a result of decay, trauma, or other trauma
- Teeth have been excessively worn by grinding (bruxism)
- Gums have been damaged by periodontal disease
- You have a bite problem (wrong bite).
Full rehabilitation can often be a more affordable and convenient option than single dental implants if you need to replace multiple teeth. These procedures are aimed at restoring the strength and function of the mouth, as well as its appearance.Read more
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Options for complete oral cavity rehabilitation at GoBest Dentist
Our dentist will take a thorough examination of your mouth to determine the most suitable treatment plan for you. This will involve the use of dental x-rays and may require an oral impression to create implants, crowns, and other prostheses.
Depending on your situation, a complete mouth rehabilitation may include one or more of the following procedures:
Dental implants are titanium restorations that are located in the jaw and replace the roots of the teeth. The implant is covered with a porcelain or ceramic crown that looks like natural teeth. If your jaw does not have enough bone mass to support the implant, you may need a bone graft procedure.
If you have multiple teeth replaced, our dentist can offer options such as All-on-4 implants. This method uses just four implants to support the entire arch of the replacement teeth. All-on-4 usually does not require a bone graft.
Crowns and bridges
Dental crown and bridges are ceramic copings that are placed over damaged teeth or dental implants. They can function as replacement teeth and are designed to completely replace natural teeth.
Dental bridges are artificial teeth that are used to fill in the gaps where teeth have been lost or removed. Bridges can consist of one removable tooth or several teeth and are supported on both sides by crowns.
Dental veneers are thin porcelain or composite resin restorations that are placed on the front of the teeth to enhance their appearance. Veneers are less intensive treatments than dental implants and crowns.
This cosmetic dental treatment is less likely to affect oral health, and veneers can help cover stains or discoloration, close minor gaps, and straighten crooked teeth.
If your gums are affected by periodontal disease, our dentist may first try to remove plaque with scaling and root planing. If your gum disease progresses (periodontitis), you may need a soft tissue or bone graft to replace lost or damaged tissue in your gums, jaw, and tooth roots.
If your upper and lower teeth are not properly aligned, our dentist may recommend orthodontic treatment such as braces or clean aligners to correct your bite. Ideally, orthodontic treatment should be completed before other rehabilitative procedures begin.
If your malocclusion is too severe to be treated with orthodontics, our dentist may recommend jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery). This includes aligning and repositioning the jaw, which can help with bite problems and temporomandibular joint problems.