Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation cases are one of the most difficult cases to manage in dental practice. This is because such cases not only involve replacement of the lost tooth structure but also restoring the lost vertical dimensions. Full mouth rehabilitation is basically a sequence of procedures that are aimed at correcting an improper bite as well as restoring chipped or worn out teeth. Improper jaw position and worn out dentition is implicated in various neuromuscular disorders as well as in headache and neck ache. Correcting the jaw position not only restores proper function, but also helps in enhancing the cosmetic appearance of the patient.