Full Mouth Rehabilitation
is when the majority of the teeth in a patients mouth are restored to create a stunning new smile. Full Mouth Rehabilitation is an opportunity to start again new after your mouth has been destroyed by cavities, gum disease, accidents or bite problems. This treatment often involves a combination of teeth whitening, crowns & bridges, veneers, dental implants, onlays and fixed bridgework. One of the most important aspects of a successful full mouth rehabilitation is obtaining the correct bite and TMJ (jaw joint) position. Another very important aspect of a successful full mouth rehabilitation is the creation of an accurate diagnostic wax-up and the fabrication of excellent prototype (temporary) restorations. The diagnostic wax-Up instructions and planning guide allows the dentist to communicate the patient′s desires and goals as well as the requirements to create the optimal bite for each individual patient. The goal of the diagnostic wax-up is to recreate the patient′s new bite and smile in wax so that this can then be transferred to the temporary restorations. Creating excellent temporary restorations is a key step in the full mouth rehabilitation because they allow dentists and the patient to evaluate the smile, bite and jaw position and determine if any changes need to be made before the final restorations are made.
Case example 1:
Full mouth rehabilitation with ceramic crowns
Case example 2:
Full mouth rehabilitation with all ceramic crowns