Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Smile is the first thing that creates an impression on others. It is a confidence that we wear and having a beautiful, perfect smile boosts up our confidence. But sometimes due to some dental issues we lack the confidence to smile freely. Damaged, decayed, chipped teeth, uneven tooth colour or some other dental problems can lower our confidence to smile openly. If you are also facing similar issues and need a dental makeover, visit us and get your full mouth rehabilitation treatment done.

What is full mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation is a broad term used to describe the process of rehabilitation and restoration of the entire smile. The dentists at Smile Journey are exceptionally skilled at full mouth rehabilitation, taking a personalized approach to each and considering the aesthetic component as well as the health and functionality of their smile concerning bite, facial support, and jaw joints.

Aside from boosting social confidence with a brighter smile, full mouth rehabilitation can help you chew better, make your bite more comfortable, restore facial and lip support, and protect your teeth from further cracking, wear, and damage.

Who may be a candidate?

Grinding (or "bruxing"), acid reflux (GERD), gum disease, or previously cracked or broken teeth that were treated with a single-tooth method are some of the conditions that might harm teeth. When a person is healthy, they can have their missing or broken teeth repaired. Your dentist at Smile Journey can help you choose whether full mouth rehabilitation is the best choice for you personally and can also explain the extent of the operation. As many factors are taken into consideration when planning and carrying out a whole mouth replacement, your prosthodontist can help.

What will the procedure involve?

The majority of full mouth rehabilitations demand careful planning and significant effort spread across several appointments. On natural teeth, implants, or a combination of both, full mouth reconstruction can be finished. The aim of full mouth rehabilitation would be to improve the health of the teeth, gums, and bite to allow all of the teeth to function in harmony and create an aesthetically pleasing smile. It might be necessary to replace or restore every tooth in the mouth to achieve this utilising a combination of restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures, such as:

  • 1. Bridges, crowns and caps
  • 2. Dental implants
  • 3. Bone or soft tissue grafting
  • 4. Inlays or onlays
  • 5. Veneers
  • 6. Teeth whitening
  • 7. Composite Fillings
  • 8. Periodontal treatment

Because every patient is different, the dentists at Smile Journey will need to provide their professional judgement regarding the dental procedures necessary for a full mouth repair and rehabilitation. They can tell you just which of these restorative dental procedures you'll need to get the improved smile you want during a consultation.