Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation will not only help you feel better about how you look, it’ll also improve your dental health. That’s because full mouth dental rehabilitation doesn’t just replace missing teeth or broken teeth. It also restores the function of your jaw and gums, the supporting structure of your mouth. The end result is a mouth that looks and works the way you need it to!
Frequently Asked questions
Q1: What are the Most Common Diseases and Conditions Which May Require Full Mouth Dental Restorative treatment?
A number of diseases and conditions can wreck severe damage to the teeth or result in missing teeth. Below is the list of most common conditions and diseases, which when present in severe form may require full mouth dental Rehabilitation.
- Tooth Decay
- Gum Disease
- Tooth Wear
- Traumatic injuries
- Congenital Disorders
- Oral Tumors and Oral Cancers
Q2: What are the Most Common Dental Rehabilitations Used?
- Crowns, inlays/on lays, fillings, veneers and bridges
- Implant supported crowns and bridges
- Complete, partial, and implant supported dentures
Q3: How Long the Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation Last?
Many dental Rehabilitations show longevity in a range of one to several decades. However it is impossible to give accurate estimates without analysis and knowledge of patient’s unique condition, present risks factors and type of Rehabilitations you may require.
Bear in mind that condition of your health and mouth may change over time and this may also impact longevity of the dental Rehabilitations