Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full Mouth Rehabilitation (FMR), also known as full mouth restoration or full mouth reconstruction, is a transformative dental procedure designed to address extensive dental issues and restore the health, function, and appearance of the entire mouth. This comprehensive treatment is tailored to each patient’s unique needs, combining various dental disciplines to achieve optimal results.
Why Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full Mouth Rehabilitation is recommended for individuals with a range of dental problems, including:
Severe Tooth Decay:
Oral health and function can compromised due to extensive decay affecting multiple teeth .
Tooth loss and damage to the supporting structures can result from advanced gum disease.
Worn or Broken Teeth:
Teeth that are severely worn, cracked, or broken can affect chewing and speech.
Gaps from missing teeth can impact appearance, bite alignment, and overall oral health.
Problems with the jaw joint (TMJ) can cause pain, discomfort, and hinder normal jaw movement.
FMR also addresses aesthetic issues, including discolored teeth, misaligned bites, and uneven smiles.
The Full Mouth Rehabilitation Process:
Transitioning from assessment to treatment, the FMR process unfolds with seamless steps:
Conduct a thorough examination to evaluate oral health, identifying existing issues and shaping the foundation for a tailored treatment plan.
Personalized Treatment Plan:
Crafted by the dentist, this plan combines a spectrum of procedures – dental crowns, bridges, implants, veneers, orthodontics, and more – tailored to your specific needs.
Executed in stages, FMR ensures that each treatment attains success before transitioning to the next, assuring a methodical progression.
This phase encompasses diverse procedures – dental implants to replace teeth, dental crowns and bridges to mend damaged teeth, and orthodontics for aligning corrections.