Full mouth rehabilitation
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Full mouth rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation or restoration is often used to illustrate the method of restoring or concurrently replacing the teeth in both jaws, upper and lower. It contains restorative treatments, including crowns, bridges, and veneers that can connect dental experts like periodontists, oral surgeons, orthodontists, and endodontists.

This restoration of the mouth involving every tooth in the top and/or bottom arch. Full mouth rehabilitation/restoration is a good option for people whose teeth are excessively worn down, damaged, missing, or for people who have problems with their temporomandibular joint (TMJ) (jaw joint).

Worn or damaged teeth are more than just unattractive; they can cause difficulty in chewing, poor nutrition, gastrointestinal upset, TMJ problems, headaches, pain, and facial collapse.

Blending the science of neuromuscular dentistry with the artistry of cosmetic dentistry, full mouth rehabilitation creates smiles that are as beautiful as they healthy and functional.

Full mouth restoration can include a variety of crowns, bridges, veneers, onlays, implants & other prosthesis.