A smile is worth a million words. When decayed or broken tooth force you to veil that beauty, realise that it’s time to pay a visit to your dental consultant. For patients who have severely damaged or missing teeth, full mouth rehabilitation would be an ideal option.
Scope Of Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Replacing missing tooth
Replacing broken, decayed tooth
In case of TMJ disorders
Improving dental health
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Technique Involves
8 implants in upper jaw and 6 implants in the lower jaw – for patients with strong bone structure
10 implants in upper jaw and 8 implants in the lower jaw – for patients with weak bones
The procedure for full mouth rehabilitation is initiated after a diagnosis involving X-Rays to ascertain the level of reconstruction and restoration required. The treatment plan, number of sittings, duration of the treatment and the cost of treatment are based on these tests. The plan for dental implants in full mouth rehabilitation is done after an evaluation of the overall oral health including those of gum and jaw bone.
The procedures are performed under the administration of local anaesthesia. Full mouth rehabilitation techniques with the help of Basal implants and quality bridges can be completed in about 3 to 6 days.