Full-mouth rehabilitation involves individually treating every tooth in a patient’s mouth often referred to as rejuvenation or reconstruction of the mouth.
A dentist undertakes this process
-when a patient has most teeth that are broken or missing,
- when many teeth are worn down, or,
- When the patient is experiencing popping or clicking in the jaw, tender muscles, headaches, joint pain in the jaw or neck pain
The procedure is designed correct problems in bite, at the same time correcting smile. It involves comprehensive treatment.
Assessing muscle function and TMJ
Determining type of restoration
Porcelain veneers, porcelain onlays, or ceramic or zircon crowns/Bridges to change the bite and achieve the necessary jaw comfort. At the end of process patients will find improvement in their health and overall function
Which patients require full mouth rehabilitation
- Patient having Worn, cracked, or chipped teeth and those with dental restorations that tend to break, chip, or crack.
- Patients with loss of bite as a result of multiple missing teeth.
- Patient suffering from temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ) problems and those with loose teeth find they benefit from the process
Is full mouth rehabilitation different from Smile Makeover?
Yes. Smile makeovers are cosmetic procedures, while full mouth rehabilitation is a necessity. The makeover functions to improve the appearance of a person’s smile. Where the rehabilitation process differs is it corrects problems that may interfere with the normal functioning of the mouth. However, in some cases equipment and restorations are same in both process
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