A full mouth rehabilitation treatment plan will help to restore functionality and aesthetics, allowing you to smile with confidence again. Tooth loss/wear can damage your confidence and your health, so it’s important to address issues quickly to help prevent further problems such as changes to the facial structure.
This depends on each individual case. When all teeth have been removed, dental implants may be recommended to provide the basis for a full reconstruction of the arches. If only a few teeth are missing, and dental implants are not an option, a combination of bridges and crowns may be used to restore the smile. Worn teeth can be built up using a combination of materials and methods.
There are many reasons full mouth rehabilitation may be required. Advanced gum disease may lead to tooth loss which requires intervention. Severe tooth wear can lead to changes to the bite, jaws and gums. This is an advanced form of dentistry that must only be carried out by an experienced restorative dentist.