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Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation, also known as full mouth reconstruction or full mouth restoration, is a comprehensive dental treatment that aims to restore the health, function, and aesthetics of the entire mouth. This transformative procedure is ideal for individuals with multiple dental issues such as missing teeth, worn enamel, bite problems, gum disease, or jaw joint disorders.

Dr. Virag's expertise and advanced techniques allow us to create personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient's unique needs. Through a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures such as dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, orthodontics, and periodontal treatments, we can rebuild your smile, improve your bite, and enhance your overall oral health and appearance.

Our goal is to provide you with a functional, healthy, and beautiful smile that boosts your confidence and improves your quality of life. Trust Dr. Virag and our experienced team for top-quality full mouth rehabilitation at Dental Oasis. Schedule your consultation today to embark on your journey towards a revitalized smile.

The need for full mouth reconstruction :-

Multiple Missing Teeth: Full mouth rehabilitation is needed when a patient has several missing teeth, which can affect their ability to bite, chew, and speak properly.

Extensive Tooth Decay: Severe tooth decay throughout the mouth may require full mouth rehabilitation to restore the teeth to a healthy state and prevent further damage.

Worn or Broken Teeth: Excessive wear or fractures in multiple teeth can hinder proper function and aesthetics, necessitating full mouth rehabilitation to restore the teeth to their natural form and function.

Bite Problems: Malocclusion or misalignment of the bite can lead to issues like jaw pain, headaches, and difficulty in eating. Full mouth rehabilitation can address these bite problems and improve overall oral function.

TMJ Disorders: Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, characterized by jaw pain, clicking, or limited jaw movement, may require full mouth rehabilitation to alleviate symptoms and restore proper joint function.

What Procedures Are Needed?

The specific procedures required for full mouth rehabilitation can vary depending on each individual's unique dental needs. However, here are some common procedures that may be involved in a full mouth rehabilitation treatment plan:-

Comprehensive Examination: A thorough evaluation of the mouth, including X-rays, scans, and impressions, to assess the overall dental health and identify specific concerns.

Dental Implants: Placement of dental implants to replace missing teeth and provide a stable foundation for restorations.

Dental Crowns and Bridges: Restoration of damaged or missing teeth using custom-made prosthesis to improve function and aesthetics.

Orthodontic Treatment: Alignment of teeth and correction of bite issues through orthodontic options such as braces or clear aligners.

Periodontal Therapy: Treatment of gum disease or gum-related issues through scaling, root planing, or surgical interventions.

Root Canal Treatment: Removal of infected pulp and restoration of damaged teeth through root canal therapy.

Cosmetic Dentistry: Application of veneers, teeth whitening, or other cosmetic procedures to enhance the appearance of the teeth and smile.

Occlusal Adjustment: Adjustments to the bite to improve alignment and reduce stress on the jaw joint.

TMJ Treatment: Therapy to address temporomandibular joint disorders, including splints, physical therapy, or other specialized treatments.

Regular Maintenance and Follow-up: Ongoing oral care, including regular check-ups, cleanings, and adjustments to ensure the long-term success of the full mouth rehabilitation.

It's important to note that the treatment plan will be customized based on the individual's specific needs and desired outcomes. Dr. Virag and our experienced team at Dental Oasis will work closely with you to develop a comprehensive full mouth rehabilitation plan that addresses your unique dental concerns and goals.

Only your dentist and the team of specialists working on your full mouth reconstruction can determine what procedures are needed for your specific case. Other treatments may also be available, so ask your dentist about all possible procedures that might be required for your case and under what circumstances.

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