Whether by neglect or accident, there are cases in which multiple dental treatments are needed at once.
For such patients, a full mouth rehabilitation is recommended by your Caringbah Dental Care dentist.
This dental procedure is a combination of several dental treatments covering restorative, cosmetic, and general dentistry services.
Included in this dental procedure are oral hygiene instructions and other preventative dentistry services to hep you care for your teeth after the procedure.
What Is A Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
A full mouth rehabilitation is the total reconstruction of the mouth. It is needed to address multiple issues of the teeth, gums, and jawbone. The goal is a significant improvement in your oral health status and upgraded smile aesthetics.
Who needs a full mouth rehabilitation?
Most people who need a full mouth rehabilitation are those who have been inattentive to their oral health in the past, and are now suffering from multiple dental problems. These dental problems could be gum disease combined with bad breath, receding gums, malocclusion, and jaw defects, among others.
This dental procedure is also suitable for patients who have had dental work done that is now malfunctioning. With full mouth rehabilitation, multiple dental works function harmoniously, making them last longer compared to if they were done one at a time.
Common problems solved by full mouth rehabilitation
Below are some of the common problems solved this dental procedure. Take a look.
- Multiple missing teeth
- Chewing and biting difficulty
- Worn down teeth
- Jaw growth abnormalities
- Diseases of the jaw
- Discoloured teeth
- Tooth sensitivity
- Gum disease
- Bad breath
Common Dental Treatments Combined
Full mouth rehabilitation combines general, restorative, and cosmetic dental procedures. Below are some of the treatments commonly performed in a full mouth rehabilitation.
- Gum disease treatment
- Tooth decay
- Dental crowns and bridges
- Dental implants
- Root canal surgery
- Dental bonding
- Dental fillings
- Diseases of the Jaw
The dental treatments included depend on the needs of the patient. The procedure may take some time, particularly if the patient’s oral health is so poor that it needs close monitoring and a number of dental treatments to improve.
Your dentist will provide oral hygiene instructions and after care tips after the procedure. We recommend scheduling routine dental check ups for your dentist to monitor your progress.
Benefits Of A Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Below are some of the remarkable benefits of the procedure. Take a look.
- Corrects multiple dental issues at once
- Dental treatments last longer compared when done one at a time
- Improves strength and aesthetics
- Total makeover of smile and function
- Halts/manages dental issues
- Better oral health status
- Improves overall smile profile
Full Mouth Rehabilitation At Caringbah Dental Care
If you need more than one dental treatment, your best option is a full mouth rehabilitation. Talk to your Caringbah Dental Care dentist today for a general check up.
Call (02) 9524 7047 or visit us at Shop 3/10-20 Mackay St in Caringbah.