Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation is necessary not only for reconstructing and restoring worn-out dentition but also for maintaining the health of the entire stomatognathic system. The main purpose of full mouth rehabilitation is to optimize the health of the entire mouth which includes the gum, teeth and bite.
Full mouth rehabilitation includes cosmetic dentistry services like Dental Bridges, Dental Crowns, Inlays and Onlays, Dental Implants and so on and so forth. If you want to go for full mouth rehabilitation you have to keep in mind that you need to be in good general health despite possessing damaged or missing teeth. It is a process that can instantly rejuvenate your dental condition but it requires careful supervision from your Prosthodontist
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What to Expect ?
Before the full mouth rehabilitation process, you can expect a thorough diagnosis involving all dental concerns. After this, ideally, the Prosthodontist should choose from a number of restorative and cosmetic techniques, in order to rehabilitate your smile. After the restorative work is done, you can expect a cosmetic dental work. Also, expect a planned session with your Prosthodontist as you might need multiple visits for the entire process of rehabilitation. Lastly, you can expect to come out all confident, and that too, with the brightest smile, after the rehabilitation is completed. Because, no matter what the complexity of the process is, once it is done, the entire oral health and oral structure become perfect, once and for all.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
What is a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation basically harmonizes the balance amongst the different parts of our mouth. It is a procedure which helps you to get rid of each and every oral health complications like tooth decay, tooth loss and gum disease. By addressing the problems of the entire mouth, this process makes sure that a healthy and beautiful smile can be restored and restructured in you.
When does one need full mouth rehabilitation?
Generally, this dental procedure is used when oral health is in an extremely bad condition. When there is decay in most parts of the mouth and when there is any severe injury, then that a patient is advised to go through this procedure. A prolonged oral disease is another instance when Prosthodontists suggest full mouth rehabilitation. It is often the last resort left in cases where a lot of teeth have already undergone considerable damage.
What are the signs to understand that it is the time to go through full mouth rehabilitation?
You should opt for full mouth rehabilitation when you are suffering from generalized severe toothache, generalized worn out teeth and continuous jaw pain. Even recurring neck pains and headache can also be a sign that it is high time to undergo this procedure. These signs show that the alignment of your teeth and jaw is poor. Broken, missing or worn teeth are also symptoms of an unhealthy oral cycle.
How long will the process take?
The extent of dental problems of a patient is a determining factor of the amount of time required for this process. In the first appointment, it is always the duty of the Prosthodontist to check and diagnose the problems. In the next few visits, the patients generally undergo the process of full mouth rehabilitation.
Is the process painful?
The Prosthodontist generally tries his best to keep you comfortable though there is a potential for some discomfort. A local l anaesthetic can be used to minimize pain. Sedation therapy is used by the Prosthodontists in order to keep you calm, and minimize anxiety.