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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth reconstruction is required where there has been extensive erode to existing teeth which might has outcome in some or all being lost to disease or trauma. This type of treatment has to be planned extremely carefully and we work with focus with a number of specialists to make sure any reconstructive procedures will be successful. Full mouth rehabilitation normally includes the use of several different treatments which may include restorative procedures such as crowns and bridges, inlays and on lays. Missing teeth can be changed with the most up-to-date and sophisticated dental implants systems.
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How Could Full Mouth Rehabilitation Help Me?

The aim of full mouth rehabilitation is to restore dental health so you can advantage from teeth that will function correctly and can eat and speak more easily. Full mouth rehabilitation is also restoring appearance, ensuring facial dimensions are correct, giving the proper support for your cheeks and lips. The final outcome can be a surprised for anyone who has put up with missing or broken teeth, or who has overcome several years of dental pain and discomfort. It should be much more comfortable to eat and the improvement in appearance can serve a very nice boost to self-confidence.


We realize this type of treatment can seem a lot to take in and full mouth rehabilitation may take some time to complete. Dr Sudhir Yadav and the dental team at Muskal Dentals team is extremely experienced in full-mouth rehabilitation so you are in safe hands and can be completely confident in enjoying a great outcome. During this period our friendly dental team is always here to aware you through treatments and to answer any questions or queries you may have.

Frequently asked questions

01. What is full mouth rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation, also known as full mouth reconstruction or full mouth restoration, is a comprehensive and customized treatment plan that involves restoring the function, health, and appearance of the entire mouth. It addresses multiple dental issues, including damaged teeth, missing teeth, bite problems, gum disease, and jaw joint disorders. The treatment may involve a combination of restorative, cosmetic, and periodontal procedures to achieve optimal oral health and aesthetics.
02. Who needs full mouth rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation is typically recommended for individuals with extensive dental problems that affect multiple teeth and oral structures. It is suitable for people who have suffered from dental trauma, severe tooth decay, gum disease, bite problems, or those with worn, broken, or missing teeth. The goal is to restore proper oral function, improve aesthetics, and enhance overall oral health.
03. What procedures are involved in full mouth rehabilitation?
The specific procedures involved in full mouth rehabilitation vary depending on the individual's needs. They may include a combination of treatments such as dental crowns, bridges, dental implants, periodontal therapy, orthodontics (braces or aligners), root canal therapy, gum grafting, tooth extractions, and occlusal (bite) adjustments. The treatment plan is tailored to address each patient's unique dental condition and goals.
04. How long does full mouth rehabilitation take?
The duration of full mouth rehabilitation varies depending on the complexity of the case and the specific treatments required. It can range from several months to over a year, involving multiple appointments and stages of treatment. The process typically begins with a thorough evaluation and treatment planning, followed by the sequential completion of various procedures outlined in the treatment plan. Your dentist will provide you with a timeline based on your specific needs.
05. Will full mouth rehabilitation be painful?
During the full mouth rehabilitation process, the dentist will use appropriate anesthesia and sedation techniques to ensure your comfort. You may experience some discomfort or sensitivity following certain procedures, but this can usually be managed with pain medications prescribed by your dentist. Communication with your dentist regarding any pain or discomfort is important, as they can make adjustments to your treatment or provide additional support as needed.

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