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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

As the name indicates, full mouth rehabilitation refers to rebuilding all of the teeth in one’s mouth or replacing them to restore the smile and oral functions. FMR may involve one or more dental treatments.

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Who needs Full Mouth Restoration Treatment

- When teeth are severely worn down.
- When multiple teeth are missing.
- A deep bite.
- Severe decay in most of the teeth.
- Severe erosion of the enamel.
- Disorders that causes missing teeth, missing enamel, or poorly-formed teeth.
- Traumatic injury to the mouth or teeth.

Procedure:

- At first, a dental examination and diagnosis are done to evaluate your issues. A 3D photograph may be taken to determine accurate findings.
- After the evaluation, a treatment plan that is most ideal for you is recommended.
- Full mouth rehabilitation treatment plans might include few oral health preparations beforehand to ensure that the gums are in the healthiest shape possible. And this is dependent on each individual and their needs.
- Once your basic health of teeth has been restored, the new restorations will be put in using specific dental treatments.
- The final step in the full mouth rehabilitation process is the procedure itself. Local anesthesia may be given if needed.
- The treatment can be performed in a single session or in a series of appointments, depending on the patient’s unique needs and the restorative options are chosen.
- After the treatment is completed, it is very vital to follow the post-operative instructions given by the surgeon for quicker healing and the best experience.