Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Restorative treatments can help you restore not only the aesthetics but also the function of your mouth caused by lose//fracture tooth, bite related issues. Full Mouth Rehabilitation or Full Mouth Reconstruction at Zero Cavity might be an option for you.
What is Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction or full mouth rehabilitation is a process in which a dentist performs various procedures on a patient to attain an aesthetically pleasing and normal functioning mouth. The reason why this procedure is called a full mouth reconstruction is that it includes more than one cosmetic dental procedure. Reconstructions are essential for people with fractured or lost teeth. These procedures typically involved anything from dental bridges, dental crowns, fillings, dental implants, tooth extractions, veneers and much more. In addition to the procedures for the teeth, a full mouth reconstruction in repairing and maintaining the patient's gums to ensure total oral health in all aspects.
What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Involve?
Complete mouth restoration consists of various dentistry procedures that treat different dental health conditions. They include:
- Deep cleaning
- Bone grafting
- Dental Extractions
- Root canal therapy
What is the difference between FMR and smile makeover?
Typically, smile makeover and mouth reconstruction combine different treatments. Full mouth reconstruction restores your oral function while smile makeover improves your smile.
Do I need a special dentist for FMR?
Yes, you need a dentist who specialises in full mouth rehabilitation. Your dentist will examine your esthetics, teeth, periodontal tissues, jaw muscles, and temporomandibular joints. The dentist will use photographs and X-rays to record your teeth impressions. They can refer you to an oral surgeon, orthodontist or periodontist if you require an advanced treatment plan.
Can I be a good candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is suitable for people with diverse dental problems which need a detailed treatment plan to improve their aesthetics and function. Often, they have broken teeth, missing teeth, ill-fitting dentures, and teeth are worn out due to teeth grinding. It addresses bite, gums and temporomandibular joint-related issues. Generally, the entire reconstruction procedures take several months to achieve the desired results.
Is anaesthesia or sedation used during FMR?
Depending on the type of procedure that you will be undergoing, your dentist will administer anaesthesia.
What are the Treatment Options for Full Mouth Restoration?
There are different types of mouth restoration services which prosthodontists offer. For instance, oral cancer treatment may require you to have a specific form of full mouth reconstruction to restore damaged structures in your oral cavity and replace missing teeth. Common mouth restoration treatments include bridges, crowns, dental implants, dentures, and veneers. They improve both your chewing and smile. In exceptional cases, orthodontics apply different specialities to improve your dental function.
Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Expensive?
There are several factors such as the required dental materials, methods and sedation dentistry treatments that a prosthodontist offers influencing the cost of complete mouth restoration. When you visit a dentist, inform them about your dental goals and needs to get a cost estimate. After the procedure, the prosthodontist offers clear post-reconstruction instructions to heal your gums.
Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Painful?
For us, the number 1 goal is patient comfort during a procedure. Typically, patients do not experience pain during a complete mouth reconstruction treatment. The prosthodontist will numb the area being treated, so the procedure is painless for the patient.