Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation is a highly customized procedure. The primary purpose of full mouth rehab is to restore the health of the stomatognathic system( teeth, the way upper and lower teeth meet in the mouth, jaw joints, muscles ) to its optimum condition and to ensure all functions of the jaws and teeth are performed effortlessly and at maximum potential. Sometimes it may involve restoring every single tooth in the mouth.
When would you require an FMR?
Loss of lower facial height.
Sensitivity on all teeth
Developmental disorders ( amelogenesis imperfects/dentinogenesis imperfecta)
Severely worn-out teeth ( attrition/ abrasion) make it difficult for you to perform basic functions like chewing.
What is done in a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Check up after 6 months.
Follow up for 2-3 weeks post-treatment.
Assessment of your jaw muscles.
Assessment of Vertical height of your face.
Assessment of the degree of damage to the natural teeth.
Planning for restoration of lower facial height ( if there is reduction) by giving diagnostic night guard at increased height for three weeks.
Clinical photographs and diagnostic impressions will be made for formulating a final treatment plan.
Execution of the treatment plan: Extractions/ root canal procedures/ crowns and bridges.