Full Mouth Rehabilitation

By: Douglas G. Benting, DDS, MS, FACP  08/24/2014
Keywords: Full Mouth Rehabilitation

A complete dental rehabilitation/full mouth reconstruction involves restoring all or most of the remaining teeth using crown and bridgework or a combination of crowns, bridges and natural tooth structure with the goal of treatment being to restore health, function and aesthetic appearance. Oral conditions contributing to the need for a full mouth reconstruction include failing dentistry that has been in place for a long period of time and is breaking down, the presence of widespread tooth decay, and significant tooth wear caused by grinding (Bruxism) or erosive components (as in acidic foods, beverages or stomach acid resulting from gastric reflux disease).

Keywords: Full Mouth Rehabilitation

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