Full mouth rehabilitation can be excellent for people with multiple missing or damaged teeth, making it tricky to eat or awkward to smile. Full mouth rehabilitation uses a combination of procedures to rehabilitate the condition of the mouth to a functional and aesthetic result. For example, teeth that are quite damagedare restored using fillings or crowns and dental implants, dentures or bridges are used to replace missing teeth.
The time required for full mouth rehabilitation will depend on the procedures required for the purpose of restoringand rebuilding your smile and for restoring your dental health. Every treatment will be fully customised and each restoration is carefully designed to restore function and appearance while providing the proper support for your cheeks and lips. This support is often lacking when a substantial number of teeth are missing or broken down. If you are currently missing quite a few teeth then the transformation to your facial appearance and to your smile, and the improvements to the function of your teeth can be considerable. Of course, our caring dental team will be here to support you every step of the way.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should obtain opinions and advice by an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Results and procedures required will vary from individual to individual.