At The Essex Smile Centre we work to help patients who have suffered from damage or loss of multiple teeth through our full mouth rehabilitation treatment.
Whether it is due to age, genetics, lifestyle choices, trauma or gum disease, losing multiple teeth can have an extremely negative impact on a patients self-confidence not to mention their oral health.
Full mouth reconstruction helps to improve patients teeth aesthetically, restore the mouth to optimum functionality and give them a natural, beautiful smile that they will be happy to show off.
Full mouth dental reconstruction or rehabilitation as it is also known, combines a number of prosthodontic treatments to restore weak, worn, broken or missing teeth and protect them from further damage.
It can also be a suitable and beneficial treatment for patients who suffer from things such as jaw pain, chronic headaches and pain in the facial muscles which are typical symptoms of malocclusion. Those with these types of issues often need to have their bite adjusted in order to resolve the issue and the subsequent side effects that are damaging the teeth. The type of treatments used to restore a patients teeth will depend on the individual and their dental needs, but a combination of the following can be used;
Veneers, Crowns, Bridges, Dental implants
With the hectic working life that I lead the receptionists always did their up most to find appointments that suited me. I must thank you and your staff for the outstanding treatment I have received, from the greeting you get the first time you walk through the door to the new smile you leave with.
For each patients that undergoes full mouth rehabilitation treatment, their dentist will put together a clear and detailed plan, combining a mixture of restorative dental techniques most suited to their unique needs. This means that no 2 plans are exactly the same, but typically here is a look at the 5 steps that a full mouth reconstruction might entail.