Our orthodontist will prescribe you a full mouth rehabilitation if you have lost multiple teeth or your teeth have been significantly affected by dental caries or injuries.
Full mouth rehabilitation ensures that all teeth in the upper and lower jaws are restored and maintained. Sometimes the gums, jaws and other facial structures may also be involved in this process.

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FAQ

What is a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

It might take up to a year or more to complete the whole process of full mouth rehabilitation.

Different procedures involved in Full Mouth Rehabilitation procedures include:

• Dental Implants
• Crowns and Bridges
• Veneers
• Gum Surgery

Dental Implants

What are dental implants?

These are replacement tooth roots, positioned in the jaw and later covered by a ceramic crown to give an impression of your natural teeth.

Who will benefit from it?
Dental implants are recommended if you have one or more missing teeth.

How long does it take?

The procedure generally takes a couple of hours per implant.

Crowns and Bridges

What are Crowns and Bridges?

Dental crowns are porcelain, ceramic or zirconium caps that are mounted on damaged teeth or dental implants. They can act as replacement teeth and are designed to look, feel and function like your natural teeth.

Likewise, dental bridges are synthetic teeth supported on both sides by the crowns, used to fill the spaces where the teeth have been lost or broken.

Who will benefit?

If you do not want to undergo surgery and want t to opt for an easier and quicker method to replace your damaged or lost tooth, then you will be happy with dental crowns and bridges.

How long does it take?

The procedure takes two to three sittings with your dentist.

Veneers

What are Veneers?

Dental Veneers or porcelain veneers are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of painted resins or porcelain, designed to cover the front surface of your teeth to enhance your appearance. Such shells are attached to the front of your teeth changing color, form, width, and length.

Who will benefit from it?

Veneers will be beneficial to you if you want to correct your aesthetic dental problems. Discolored teeth or teeth that don’t look uniform or that are misaligned or have gaps or cracks/chips can undergo this procedure to get attractive and uniform teeth.

How long does it take?

The entire process takes about one to two weeks. The reason is that the dentist needs to take an impression of your teeth to make the veneers which take about one to two weeks. Attaching the veneer takes about an hour or so and a follow-up visit after a few weeks is required to assure the proper functioning and placement of the veneers.

Gum Surgery

What is Gum Surgery?

When you suffer from gum diseases such as gingivitis or periodontitis, you might need periodontal/gum surgery. The procedure treats the gum disease by removing the plaque or by grafting the bones or tissues to replace lost or damaged tissues in the gums for its regrowth and rehabilitation.

Who will benefit from it?

One will strictly need gum surgery if the bacterial plaque has caused a severe infection deep inside the periodontal pockets. The surgery will access the infection and clean and repair the infected areas of the gums.

How long does it take?

Generally, a gum surgery takes around 2 houses to complete.