Full-Mouth Rehabilitations

Full-Mouth Rehabilitations​

Combining restorative dental treatments to help you smile

Full mouth rehabilitation refers to a combination of treatments designed to restore and rebuild your smile to its healthy best. If your teeth are damaged, infected, or lost, or your gums are diseased and need periodontal treatment, we offer a variety of treatments for your unique needs. Missing, damaged, and unevenly worn teeth can cause problems with function and occlusion, not only affecting speech and chewing, but also leading to damage and pain in the jaw joints and musculature of the head, neck and back. Though the procedure can be complex, your dentist will be able to provide you with all the details required and find an individual solution that provides the best results for you. 


Treatment may include a combination of fillings, crowns, veneers, implants, and whitening – all specifically designed to restore a functional, healthy and beautiful smile and may even lead to a better night’s sleep.


Depending on your individual situation, your full mouth rehabilitation can include:


A crown, also  known as a “cap”, is a cover for the tooth, which can be used to protect, strengthen and often improve the aesthetic appearance of a damaged or unsightly tooth. It can be used beneficially in a variety of scenarios including where there has been damage to a tooth by decay, fracture or trauma, where a tooth was poorly formed during development, or where one or more teeth are simply poorly shaped or positioned and orthodontic treatment is not recommended.

Porcelain veneers are thin layers of synthetic material that cover the front of the teeth and are designed to improve the appearance of your teeth. 

A dental implant is a replacement for the root(s) of a tooth. Like tooth roots, dental implants are secured in the jawbone and are not visible once surgically placed. They are used to support crowns, bridges or other fixed prostheses. They are made of titanium, which is lightweight, strong and accepted by the body. Titanium alloys are the most widely used metals in both dental and other bone implants, such as orthopaedic joint replacements. Dental implants have the highest success rate of any implanted surgical device.

The surface of dental implants is quite sophisticated and designed to fuse to bone through a process called osseointegration (osseo bone; integration fusion or joining with). That’s because when teeth are lost, the bone that supported those teeth is lost too. Placing dental implants stabilizes bone, preventing its loss. Along with replacing lost teeth, implants help maintain the jawbone’s shape and density. This means they also support the facial skeleton and, indirectly, the soft tissue structures gum tissues, cheeks and lips. Dental implants help you eat, smile, talk and look completely natural. This functionality imparts social, psychological and physical well-being.

The involuntary, unconscious habit of clenching and grinding your teeth is known as bruxism. Bruxism can occur when you are awake or sleeping and is usually caused by stress and anxiety. 


Service Warranty

Keep up on your regular routine cleanings and if something breaks, we’ll fix it at no cost. Learn more


Transparent pricing

You will have the full breakdown of any treatments and pricing upfront so there are no surprises.


Internationally certified

Our dental team comes from the US, UK, Canada and Singapore, and have served more than 11,000 patients!

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