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If you’re unhappy with your smile or are suffering from extensive oral health issues, then a full mouth rehabilitation may be necessary. This treatment is ideal for patients with severe forms of malocclusions and jaw misalignment that affect their overall appearance. Full mouth rehabilitation is also great for people suffering from multiple dental conditions like dental decay and gum disease simultaneously.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation is not just about restoring dental aesthetics and function? It also focuses on the psychological well-being of the patient.
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A full mouth rehabilitation provides an all-in-one inclusive dental solution for all your dental problems. The process will address your tooth decay, gum disease, and dental abscesses. It’ll also address your orthodontic issues like crowded teeth, underbites, and overbites for optimal oral health and a beautiful smile.
The procedure also addresses issues with jaw alignment relieving you from headaches associated with TMD and other jaw disorders. This can dramatically improve your quality of life and save you the money you would spend buying painkillers.
Full mouth rehabilitation also touches on the aesthetic aspects of dental health. Cosmetic procedures like dental bonding, veneers, and teeth whitening improve the visual appeal of your smile. Moreover, restorative treatments like dental crowns and orthodontic treatments like aligners also achieve the same.
The process starts with a comprehensive examination of your oral cavity, specifically the teeth, gums, oral cavity and jaw joints. Your Bankers Hill dentist will also take x-rays and other digital imaging scans to get an extensive look into the state of your dental and overall health. They’ll then create a treatment plan involving preventive, restorative, and cosmetic treatments.
Your dentist will then address the dental complications revealed during the examination. Treatment for these complications may include dental fillings, root canals, dental cleanings, and the like. Treatment is followed by restorative procedures to restore damaged or distressed teeth. These procedures include dental crowns, implants, bridges, and dentures.
Next, the dentist will adjust the surfaces and alignment of your teeth so that they come together as they should when biting down on food. This is followed by cosmetic dental procedures to reinvigorate your smile. Cosmetic procedures involved include teeth whitening and taking impressions for your dental veneers.
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Recovery times for full mouth rehabilitations depend on the dental procedures involved. However, it can take anywhere from a few days to months, as is the case with dental implants. During this time, it’s essential to keep up with all the follow-up appointments for a smooth recovery.
Your suitability for full mouth rehabilitation depends on the state of your dental health and the appearance of your smile. Full mouth rehabilitations are especially ideal for people with multiple dental complications, usually a mix of dental decay, gum disease, and damaged teeth. They’re also useful for people with stained and misaligned teeth.