Patients who have sustained extensive damage to their mouth due to an accident or other causes, can now take advantage of a full mouth rehabilitation. This holistic treatment involves the individual recreation of each tooth in the mouth where the enamel is worn, broken, extensively decayed or simply missing. Patients who opt for a full mouth rehabilitation either want to enhance their look or simply want to improve the quality of their life.
At Kings Dental Clinic in Hammersmith, a full mouth rehabilitation will help you restore your smile using durable materials. Our well-educated and highly experienced dentists will examine your teeth and gums thoroughly and create a unique treatment plan for your individual needs. Your customised treatment plan will allow you to restore health, beauty, and function to your mouth in the most efficient, cost-effective way possible.
What does the process involve?
The ultimate goal of a full mouth rehabilitation treatment is to properly align the jaw in a stable position through the rebuilding of damaged and missing teeth. The process starts with a thorough examination of the mouth, including the jawbone, and may include taking x-ryas of your teeth. During your consultation appointment, you will also discuss your individual dental problems as well as the treatment options available to restore the functionality of your bite.
Depending on your individual case, treatment may involve the use of veneers, crowns, bridges, dentures or dental implants. In many cases, removable orthotic splints are used at first to evaluate changes in your bite and assure that everything is carefully planned before proceeding to the final treatment. The length of treatment time depends on the individual needs and clinical requirements of each patient.
Overall, a full mouth reconstruction requires multiple dental visits and some amount of healing time between treatments. Our dentists will work closely with you to determine which procedure or combination of procedures is necessary to restore and rebuild your smile.
Get in touch
To learn more about a full mouth rehabilitation and how it can enhance your smile, give our surgery a call today and we will book a consultation appointment for you.