Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation involves extensive dental treatments to reestablish a person’s teeth. Patients who need full mouth reconstruction as it is sometimes being called are those who have lost most or all of their teeth. Tooth loss can be due to cavities, gum disease, severe wear from unwanted habits such as grinding and clenching, or severe erosion from acidic diets such as pop drinking or from caustic exposure to recreational drug such as Met amphetamine or due to gastric juice erosion in bulimic patients. The reasons contributing to tooth loss can be numerous. Once the underlying problem is treated, the patient may want to gain back their teeth to its original shapes and functions. Treatment to reconstruct the teeth may involve full mouth crowns, bridges, removable dentures, and implant supported prostheses etc.