Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Hammersmith

  • Kings Dental Clinic
    82 Camberwell Church Street
    Southwark, London SE5 8QZ
  • Kings Dental Clinic
    36 North End Road, Hammersmith
    Olympia, London W14 0SH

Full Mouth Rehabilitation and Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics is the dental specialism concerned with the design, manufacture and fitting of replacement teeth, including dentures, crowns, dental bridges and dental implants.

There are many reasons that patients lose their teeth, including gum disease, decay, injury, accident and as part of the natural aging process. Whatever the reason, losing one or more teeth can be a source of embarrassment that makes you not want to smile, and can also cause problems with eating, the health of any remaining teeth and even with speaking.

Fortunately, there are many solutions that can give you back your confidence and your dental health.

At Kings Dental Clinic we offer Full Mouth Rehabilitation, also known as reconstruction or restoration, for patients whose teeth are worn or broken, and/or who have multiple missing teeth. Full Mouth Rehabilitation uses a range of treatments to restore and replace damaged and missing teeth. This could involve crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, white (tooth-coloured) fillings, bridges and dental implants, as well as treatments including root planing, soft tissue grafting and bone grafting. Because we are a polyclinic with experts in many fields of dentistry, all this is carried out under one roof with no outward referring.

By combining a range of treatments, it is possible to create a highly natural look, making you proud to show off your smile again, as well as giving you back the ability to eat a full and balanced diet, thus benefiting your overall health.

For patients who have lost most or all of their teeth and are interested in dentures, we offer flexi dentures, which are more flexible and comfortable than regular dentures and which come in a range of colours to closely match the natural colours of your gums, teeth and surrounding structures.

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