Full Month Rehabilation

fm3Full mouth rehabilitation, full mouth reconstruction and full mouth restoration are the terms that are often used interchangeably to explain the process of restoring or rebuilding all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. This treatment typically includes general or restorative dentists and can integrate dental specialists such as orthodontists, oral surgeons, endodontists, and periodontists.

You may need full mouth rehabilitation because:

  • You have lost teeth due to trauma or decay
  • Your teeth may have been fractured or injured
  • Teeth have become seriously worn due to excessive and long-term acid erosion or tooth
  • grinding
  • Prolonged complaints of a headache, jaw and muscle requiring changes to the bite

The full mouth rehabilitation approach uses two or more restoration combinations to restore all of the teeth of the patient. We, at Panwar Dental Clinic, use the latest technology, advanced techniques as well as best available materials to offer our patients the most natural looking, beautiful and best functioning teeth.

What procedures are required for full mouth rehabilitation?

What procedures are required can be determined only after complete examination of your mouth and teeth. There are various treatments available to restore all the teeth in your mouth. A majority of cases include multiple visitors to the dentists and phases. Depending on your condition, you can expect your treatment to last anywhere around 12 months or more.

The following processes may be included, depending on your requisites:

  • Prophylactic teeth cleaning and periodontal care
  • Orthognathic surgery to reposition the jaw.
  • Contouring of the gum tissue is performed to maintain harmony and balance in your smile.
  • Preparation (reduction) of your natural tooth structure so crowns, bridges or veneers can be
  • placed.
  • Temporary restoration is done to help you become accustomed to your new bite alignment,
  • teeth and the feel of your new mouth.
  • Permanent restorations placement, such as bridges, inlays/onlays, veneers, or crowns, made
  • from ceramic supported by metal, ceramic or a combination of both.
  • Orthodontics (braces) in order to move your teeth into the optimal position for
  • reconstruction.
  • Dental implant restoration and placement to restore a damaged tooth and/or anchor bridge
  • restorations.
  • Soft tissue or bone grafting to improve the stability of your dental implants, teeth and/or
  • other restorations.
  • Crown lengthening to expose sound and healthy tooth structure for possible crowns or
  • bridges.