Full Mouth Rehabilitation



Full mouth rehabilitation involves the replacement of one or all missing teeth, and the restoration of affected teeth to provide optimum function and esthetics to the patient.

This procedure is called ‘Full-Mouth’ because it is an extensive rehabilitation of teeth and associated structures and may involve replacement/restoration of all the teeth in your mouth with crowns and bridges or implant supported teeth.

What are the dental conditions that call for ‘full-mouth’ rehabilation?

What is done in Full-mouth rehabilation?