Complete Dental Restoration: Revitalizing Oral Health and Confidence

A radiant smile has the potential to light up the room and make instant connections with others in the room. A beautiful, genuine smile can boost the confidence of an individual. 

But a genuine smile is a dream to many people. But now it’s possible with Full Mouth rehabilitation. 

Full Mouth Rehabilitations has multiple provisions to give you the smile of your dreams. 

Let’s delve into the world of Full Mouth Rehabilitation (FMR)  

What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation (FMR)? 

The Dental Procedures that can rebuild or replace all the Patient’s damaged teeth.  

FMR combines aesthetics and therapeutic procedures to enhance an individual’s smile, function and oral health. 

Apart from Function and aesthetics, the smile makeover boosts an individual’s confidence and self-esteem. Full mouth rehabilitation can prevent further Dental issues, such as gum problem, worn-out Teeth, Missing Teeth etc. 

Who Needs FMR? 

Acquired and innate 

People with the following conditions need FMR; they are as follows; 

1. Broken teeth. 

2. Missing Teeth. 

3. Misaligned Teeth. 

4. worn-out Teeth (Due to Teeth Grinding). 

5. Discolored or stained Teeth. 

6. Unable to Close Mouth Properly. 

 Some People are born with poor tooth structure, discolored teeth, and poor tooth strength; they need FMR.  

Which Dental Procedures Are Included in FMR? 

Dental Implants:  

Dental Implants are used to replace missing teeth in the mouth. 

These are medical devices in the form of screws placed in the jaws. These screws act as roots. Once the screw integrates with the bone, your Dentist will attach an artificial crown to the screw. The crown looks like a natural tooth. 

Dental implants are a hallmark treatment option for missing teeth. They harmoniously function with other natural teeth in the mouth. 

They are functionally and aesthetically pleasing and provide stability. 

Implant Supported Dentures. 

In this, the Denture is anchored to the Implant Screws with specialized connectors. 

The Dentist utilizes the stability of Implant Screws placed in the Jaws for a secure fit. These dentures can be removed for cleaning. They are aesthetically and functionally successful. 

Fixed Dental Bridges: 

These are non-removable prostheses commonly recommended by the Dentist. 

These are also known as Fixed Dentures. Missing teeth are replaced by artificial teeth, supported by adjacent teeth. The missing artificial teeth are called Pontic.  

These discreetly provide excellent strength and pleasing aesthetics to the Patient. 

Root Canal Therapy: 

Root Canal therapy, also known as RCT. It is a widespread procedure to restore grossly Decayed Teeth. Minor Tooth Decay can be saved with fillings.  If decayed tooth is left untreated, it can cause pain and infection in the mouth.  

In Root Canal therapy,  

1. The infected pulp is removed. 

2. The canals are cleaned with disinfectants. 

3. Canals are filled with specialized material to prevent future infection. 

4. Finally, the crown(cap) is placed over the treated tooth to protect it from further damage.  

 Root Canal Therapy helps restore the Tooth structure and its Function.  

Removable Partial Dentures: 

As the name suggests, these are recommended to patients who have lost a few teeth in their mouth. This Denture is anchored either to the adjacent tooth or is Jawbone supported. 

These can be easily removed and placed in the mouth. The Patients must remove the prostheses at night before sleeping to avoid any damage to the mouth. They are easy to clean and maintain. 

Removable Partial Denture is the most convenient option for restoring Teeth and improving looks. 


Veneers are the thin shell-like structure of Porcelain or Composite resin. It is glued to the front surface of the tooth.  

 They are commonly recommended for tooth discolorations, cracked teeth, and gapped teeth. They seamlessly camouflage Teeth discrepancies and improve the overall appearance of the Patient. 

Gum Therapy: 

Gum Therapy is a procedure in which Ultrasonic frequencies are used to scrap plaque and tartar buildup around the teeth and gums. Ultrasonic clean-ups prevent bacterial buildup in the Gums and on the Teeth. 

Gum Therapy reduces the risk of Tooth Decay, Gum problems and Bad Breath. It improves oral health and the overall well-being of an individual. 

What is the Full Mouth Rehabilitation Process? 

Consult your Dentist: 

The process of Mouth Rehabilitation begins with consulting your Dentist.  

The dentist will examine your oral health thoroughly and run a few tests, such as x-rays. These tests help assess the jawbones and teeth. 

Treatment Planning:  

The Dentist will address the underlying problem and design a specialized treatment plan for the Patient. The plan will include the specific procedure to correct the dental problems, as well as the costs and duration of the treatment.  

The treatment shall involve Dentures, implants, filling of the decayed teeth and many more procedures. 

Temporary Prosthesis: 

Temporary Prosthesis can be given to the patients until permanent prostheses are ready. These prostheses mimic the permanent restorations. They maintain the Function and aesthetics of the Patient until they get final Prosthesis. 

Final Prosthesis: 

Once the Final prosthesis is ready, your Dentist will place it in your mouth and check the fit. 


Visit your Dentist for regular Dental check-ups and cleaning to maintain oral health.  

Proper maintenance of the prosthesis can prolong their shelf-life. It’s important to maintain Oral hygiene and regular cleaning after the treatment.   

FMR can be a life-changing option for people experiencing a lot of Dental issues. It has achieved remarkable success in improving the overall health and well-being of the people. FMR doesn’t just fix teeth but empowers patients to speak and smile confidently.  

By Richard

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