Full mouth rehabilitation is given to those who need several dental treatments at the same time.
Patients requiring full mouth rehabilitation are generally those who set aside dental visits for a long time and now have multiple dental problems, from tooth sensitivity to missing teeth.
Full mouth rehabilitation is also appropriate for those who have dental work that is now malfunctioning because of natural wear and tear, or due to neglect.
A full mouth rehabilitation allows harmony and synergy among the dental procedures performed, thereby ensuring longevity, beauty, and complete comfort.
Below are the common problems solved by full mouth rehabilitation:
- Multiple missing teeth
- Chewing and biting difficulty
- Worn down teeth
- Diseases of the jaw (chronic jaw pain or TMJ disease)
- Discoloured teeth
- Tooth sensitivity
- Gum disease
- Bad breath