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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.





During your initial visit a thorough clinical and radiographical examination is performed. Additionally, a series of intraoral and extraoral pictures are taken. After a comprehensive analysis and assessment, all treatment options are explained to you in clear detail.

Once we establish your final treatment plan together, we are able to clarify all the stages of the treatment and answer all your questions.



Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Treatment Process

This treatment is typically performed in progressive phases and usually requires multiple appointments. Commonly, it requires the collaboration of a series of dental specialists. Your Prosthodontist (specialised on dental crowns, dental bridges, and veneers) will be the team leader and is responsible for the treatment planning. He will also perform most of the dental work.

Apart from the Prosthodontist, the treatment process may involve other specialists. These can be Periodontists (specialising in the gums), Oral surgeons, Orthodontists (specialising in tooth alignment) and Endodontists (specialising in the tooth pulp and root canals).



Our patient had crowns placed on all her teeth a long time ago. She was not pleased with the shape and the colour of her teeth. Some restorations in the back were failing and needed extractions and a replacement with implants.


Dr Franck Page extracted 3 teeth and placed dental implants to replace them. Prof Vasilios Chronopoulos did the full mouth rehabilitation using porcelain crowns.


This patient came to see us with a failing dentition and was in pain.


All teeth were extracted and Dr Franck Page placed 8 implants on the top and 6 on the bottom. The patient's teeth were restored on the same day by Prof Chronopoulos with interim restorations. After the integration time, Prof Vasilios Chronopoulos placed PFM (porcelain-fused-to-metal) bridges on both arches.


Our patient came in with a failing dentition and she wanted to change the appearance of her teeth.


Dr Terence Alexander placed 6 implants in the lower jaw and 4 implants in the upper jaw. Prof Chronopoulos then restored the upper jaw with bridges on the implants and porcelain crowns on the front top teeth. On the bottom, Prof Chronopoulos placed a full arch PFM (porcelain-fused-to-metal) implant-supported restoration.

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