Full Mouth Rehabilitation
What is a full-mouth rehabilitation?
A full mouth rehabilitation, sometimes also called full-mouth reconstruction or full-mouth restoration, is the treatment process of simultaneously rebuilding or restoring the entire dental arch (all of the teeth) in both upper and lower jaw.
A full-mouth rehabilitation is a treatment option when:
- Teeth have been lost due to decay, periodontal disease or trauma.
- A patient’s teeth have been heavily restored, decayed, fractured.
- Teeth are worn as a result of long-term acid erosion (foods, beverages, acid reflux) or tooth grinding.
- A complete occlusal (bite) adjustment is needed due to ongoing complaints of jaw and muscle pain or headaches.