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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

What is full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation concerns with the rejuvenation or reconstruction of tooth in mouth. Such a treatment becomes necessary when the teeth become broken, torn etc. Problems like bite issues, issues with mouth appearance etc can be corrected using full mouth rehabilitation.

What are the Treatments offering for Full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation is a combination of different subcategories of dentistry. Some of these sub-specialties include the following:

  • Preventive dentistry.
  • Periodontics, that concerns with the treatment of gum disease.
  • Prosthodontics. This stream includes crowns, porcelain, dentures, bridges etc.
  • Dental occlusion.
  • Cosmetic dentistry, includes various procedures like smile makeover, teeth whitening etc.
  • Dental laser.
  • Orthodontics.

Do I need Full Mouth Rehabilitation How do you know if you need full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation can be a solution for many problems. A person is a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation if he/she has the following issues:

  • Teeth those are broken, worn, cracked or chipped.
  • TMJ problems (Temporo Mandibular Joint).
  • Tooth loss.
  • Pain in the neck, faces, back and shoulder pain.
  • Remedy for migraine or headache.
  • Solutions for unexplained numbness in arms & fingers.
  • Vertigo.
  • Unexplained ear stiffness.
A consultation with an expert dentist is mandatory for deciding whether the patient has to undergo this treatment or not. Full mouth rehabilitation does not mean the optional observance of dental habits. These habits need to be regularly practiced to ensure a good oral status after treatment.

What procedures are needed for Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

At first, the function of jaw muscles is examined. Both relaxed & stretched positions are examined. If any abnormality is found in this context, the doctor might perform the remedial measures. One such measure is the introduction of an appliance that modifies the bite of patient in an appropriate way. If the patient does not want to use such an appliance, then he/she can resort to full mouth rehabilitation. The rehabilitative procedures are then done according the patient's dental status. Compared to the former method, full mouth rehabilitation takes very less time to restore the teeth.

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