Full Mouth Rehabilitation Options and Benefits

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Options and Benefits

Issues with your jaw joint can be linked to a number of facial and jaw difficulties, which can often be treated with Full Mouth Rehabilitation services. For example, headaches and pains in your back, shoulder and neck could be due to jaw joint issues. This may stem from grinding or clenching your teeth, or conditions such as teeth misalignment or a non-functioning jaw. 

Here we will look at a few of the reasons why you might need to consider full mouth rehabilitation, and what the treatments may involve.

Reasons for Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Throughout your lifetime there may be several factors that change the alignment of your smile. For example, illness or injury can leave your teeth crooked, chipped, loose and even missing.

Your teeth can also get worn down over time, from chewing on hard foods or tooth grinding, which may leave you in need of full mouth rehabilitation.

Another reason for this type of treatment, is gum disease.  Oral infections, tooth loss and systemic health conditions can all be consequences of Gum Disease and we advise that if you have been experiencing gums which are bleeding, swollen or sore you should contact your dentist as soon as possible.

You should also ask about full mouth rehabilitation, as part of this service we can assist in controlling Gum Disease to restore your oral health. Once your oral health is back up to standard, the following treatments can then focus on restoring your smile, thus offering a complete oral overhaul to help you smile confidently and comfortably.

Treatment Options


For overcrowded or crooked teeth, invisible braces provide a hidden, yet highly effective, form of treatment. Invisalign is designed to meet the exact requirements of your smile by correcting the positioning of misaligned teeth. As Invisalign uses clear aligners, you don’t need to worry about metal wires or brackets, thus making the system removable and much easier to clean.


Dental Dentures are an affordable restorative treatment, which help patients to receive the full benefits of implants. Dentures are removable false teeth, which are fitted onto implants. Filling in these teeth gaps can prevent dental difficulties, specifically while eating and speaking.

Root Canal

When injury or tooth decay infects the nerve or blood supply to a tooth, you will require a root canal treatment. This will help to get rid of the infection and allow the tooth’s root to be cleaned and filled to prevent a recurrence. During your treatment, the infected pulp will be removed, and any abscesses present will be drained during your first appointment.


For damaged teeth, Dental Crowns are a recommended solution as they fit comfortably over the remaining tooth. As well as providing strength, their natural appearance will help to restore confidence in your smile. Crowns are often recommended following a root canal treatment or to support a dental bridge.

Dental Implants

Made from biocompatible metals or ceramics, a Dental Implant is fitted into your jawbone to replace a missing tooth root, to provide alternative support. Implants serve as a permanent solution for tooth loss replacements and provide excellent results.

Booking Your Appointment

At Dentalia we provide a full range of expert Full Mouth Rehabilitation treatments. With a team of highly qualified dental professionals, we promise to deliver first class service to each patient. To keep your teeth and gums healthy, regular dental appointments are important. To monitor your oral health and to discuss available treatments, book your appointment today.

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