Full Mouth Rehabilitation

full mouth rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation is the process of restoring teeth that have been damaged by decay, trauma, or poor oral health. It involves replacing missing teeth with dental implants and/or bridges. The purpose of full-mouth rehabilitation is to restore lost functionality and aesthetics to a patient’s smile.

The first step in full-mouth rehabilitation is assessing the condition of each tooth in the mouth. A dentist will evaluate each tooth for its level of decay, any fractures that may be present, and whether the tooth needs to be extracted. If a tooth needs to be extracted, it must be done before any other treatment can begin because removing it allows access to the bone needed for implant placement or bridge construction. Once this assessment has been completed, a treatment plan will be created based on your individual needs and desires.

There are two main types of full-mouth rehabilitations: fixed prosthodontics and removable prosthodontics. Fixed prosthodontics involves using dental implants or bridges to replace missing teeth; removable prosthodontics involves using dentures or partials as replacements instead. Both options offer a wide range of benefits including improved appearance, increased comfort while eating or talking, and better chewing ability due to improved jaw alignment.

Get ready for a full-mouth rehabilitation visit with Ethereal Dental Hub today!

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