Full mouth rejuvenation represents the culmination and combination of science and art, combining modern restorative and aesthetic services to dramatically improve both the look and function of your smile.It solve’s a variety of tooth and bite problems while simultaneously creating an attractive smile.
We will help you decide an appropriate treatment plan. Though the specific techniques may vary depending on your needs. We will ensure that the end result is the beautiful smile and a more confident & comfortable you.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation enhances the appearance of the smile and corrects imperfections in bite position, & associated discomfort eg headaches, facial & shoulder pain. It also corrects the shape, size , colour & alignment of the teeth. Chipped, short, worn-down & cracked teeth can be repaired and restored with full mouth rehabilitation. A collapsed bite and associated aged appearance can also be corrected. Combining art of Cosmetic Dentistry with the technology of Neuromuscular Dentistry, Full Mouth Rehabilitation lets you have a smile that is both beautiful and comfortable.
Full mouth rehabilitation can help correct & prevent frequent headaches or migraines; pain in your face, jaw, neck, or shoulders; loose, chipped, or cracked teeth; numbness in your fingers, ringing in your ears, or vertigo; jaw popping or clicking when you chew or talk. If you experience any of these symptoms you may be a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation.
Starting with the techniques of neuromuscular dentistry, we analyse the position of your jaw and determine its ideal position. This involves a sophisticated process which analyses joint sounds, muscle activity during chewing, and the path of movement the jaw follows. Using this information, we can find the most relaxed position of your jaw for comfort and aesthetics.
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Once this position is determined, several methods may be employed to position the jaw in its natural and comfortable position. Stimulation and relaxation of the jaw muscles can be quite helpful. This may be combined with the use of provisionals or an orthotic to gently move the jaw into its normal position. An orthotic is an appliance that helps move or build your bite to a relaxed resting position. You may need to wear the appliance for several weeks to several months, during which time your jaw will move naturally into its most comfortable position.
In full mouth rehabilitation, the treatment may include the application of a full set of crowns and other restorations such as veneers. This portion of the rehabilitation can begin when your jaw has finally come to its ideal position. The use of porcelain crowns and veneers raises your teeth into the optimal position and keeps them there. This process corrects malocclusion and also restores the appearance of your teeth to a beautiful and healthy smile.
Full mouth rehabilitation utilizes current technologies to reshape and rebuild one’s teeth, gums and surrounding areas. One or several procedures may be necessary to obtain the desired result. The end result is an enhanced appearance comfort and well being. Full mouth rehabilitation begins with the gums, the foundation for the teeth and the rest of the mouth. The treatment is customized for your individual needs. Advances in dental technologies allow an impressive cosmetic reconstructions.
Full mouth rehabilitation requires an advanced treatment procedure that uses state-of-the-art technology. A detailed & comprehensive treatment plan is drawn up. During this phase sophisticated tools are used to measure mouth formation.
The goal of treatment is to properly align the jaw and rebuild damaged teeth. Jaw position is corrected . Teeth are restored with veneers, crowns, bridges or implants.. Sometimes a prosthesis used. The result is an attractively enhanced smile which will stand the tests of time.
The time required to complete a Full Mouth Rehabilitation can range from as little as 2 to 3 visits to six or more depending on the complexity of the case and the desired result.
We can help determine if full mouth rehabilitation is right for you,to find out if you are a candidate for a full mouth restoration, call us today.
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