Full mouth rehabilitation
You may have many missing teeth or severe deterioration of most teeth. You may require a full mouth reconstruction using a combination of restorations, veneers, crowns, bridges, dental implants or partial dentures. Your oral cavity is a dynamic environment where changes constantly occur, sometimes quickly, but more often slowly over time. Changes can be due to a traumatic accident, periodontal disease, shifting teeth, a lifetime of neglect, a destructive habit, such as grinding, or a lifetime of dentistry focusing on one tooth at a time and leaving the mouth resembling a patchwork quilt.
Full mouth rehabilitation before
Full mouth reconstruction, by its very nature can be extremely complex. Dental techniques and technologies have come a long way in the past 30 years and you may be surprised by what can be done. Correct diagnosis and analysis is important to identify and address the causes of your problems in the treatment plan. Treatments I recommend are often non-surgical, comprehensive approaches to getting the upper and lower jaws in proper alignment, removing all decay, repairing all chipped, weakened, and broken teeth, and ultimately, creating a healthy, attractive smile that will last for many years.
Diagnostic mock up
Once your treatment is completed you can expect a mouth that looks great, feels comfortable, and gives you the confidence to smile. If you are experiencing bite related problems, feel that your teeth or gums have been allowed to deteriorate or feel your mouth is in poor condition, a full mouth reconstruction may be the appropriate solution.
10 years after full mouth rehabilitation
Thank you for taking the time to explore this information about full mouth rehabilitation. I hope this gives you an idea of what I can do for you if you are having difficulty and need help, because there is always hope.
Dr. Sarkis Nalbandian
Visiting Professor YSMU
Specialist Prosthodontist & Implant Surgeon
B.D.S. (Hons), Dip. Clin. Dent. (Oral Implants) Uni Syd, M. Clin. Dent (Prosth) King’s College, Uni London
D. Clin. Dent (Prosth) Uni Syd, FRACDS, MRACD (Prosth) FIADE, FPFA