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Treatments > Full mouth rehabilitation or smile makeover

There are many people who dream to have a better set of teeth; desire to repair the serious deterioration and breakdown of their bite; wish to rid the annoying gaps between their teeth; yearn to stop their clenching and grinding of their teeth that is wearing it down. The solution for this is a combination of cosmetic and dentist procedures known as full mouth rehabilitation or reconstruction. It is a procedure to rectify the relationship between bone, gums, teeth and muscles. It is performed either on some or all of the patient's teeth, depending on the severity of the complications.

Full Mouth Restoration is also known as neuromuscular dentistry which endeavors to place the jaw into its best possible position. This relieves the symptoms associated with TMJ (temporomandibular joint or jaw joint). The difference between traditional dentistry and neuromuscular dentistry is that the former deals primarily with the teeth, gums and bones, while the latter works towards solving the root of the misalignment complications by understanding the muscles, soft tissues, and nerves.

Full mouth reconstruction addresses the issues of the health, functionality, and the look of the gums and teeth. It typically requires the involvement of general or restorative dentists and can incorporate specialists dental professionals like periodontists (gum specialist), orthodontists (tooth positions and movements specialist), oral surgeons, and endodontists (tooth pulp specialist).

The procedure begins with the examination of the teeth to determine the extent of the complication and the proper treatment that can be used to rectify it. The examination will include:

  • Teeth: root canal, cavities, decays etc are noted to help what kind of restorative procedures must be used
  • Temporomandibular joints, jaw muscles and bite: to determine if bite needs to be reprogrammed before restorative procedures
  • Gum tissues: to determine if the gums are strong enough to be a solid foundation to the newly reconstructed teeth
  • Color, size, shape, and proportion of the teeth: to determine the relationship with gums, mouth, lips, side profile and face
 
Range Of Treatments
Root Canal Treatment
Crowns & Bridges
Dental Implants
Routine Checkup & Cleaning
Tooth Extraction
Teeth Whitening
Denture
White Filling
Tooth Jewellery
Smile Designing
Stained teeth
Gum treatment
Wisdom Tooth
Braces
Sports Dentistry
Habit breaking appliances
Surgical or adult orthodontics
Full mouth rehabilitation or smile makeover
Distraction osteogenesis
Temporomandibular Joint Disorders
Laser Dentistry