Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Ignoring incorrect bite patterns, damaged teeth, pain or clicking sound near the ear, sensitivity in teeth, headaches, back and neck pain, or a combination of these can lead to severe dental problems. 

Full mouth rehabilitation is the complete reconstruction of teeth. It involves rebuilding and repair of damaged teeth by means of tooth colored caps on some or all teeth as required.

At Roots Dental Care, our team of expert dentists is committed to providing the best treatment in a customizable approach with advanced techniques.

A full mouth rehabilitation seeks to systematize all the different aspects of your oral health that you may suffer from such as tooth decay, tooth loss, cracked tooth, and gum disease. Through this dental treatments and procedures restore the structure and function of your teeth, gums, and jaws. Full Mouth Rehabilitation improves the appearance & function of your mouth, ensures proper oral hygiene, and improves your overall health significantly.

Under full mouth rehabilitation, several procedures can be carried out depending on your oral health problems.

Some of these procedures are:

  1. Veneers
  2. Dental Crowns and bridges
  3. Dental implants
  4. Endodontic treatment (Root Canal Treatment)
  5. Removable dentures

It helps you to have a healthy dental condition. Your teeth will be cleaned in the process and the damaged or decayed teeth will also be treated which maintains healthy teeth.

Our team of best dentists in Lucknow helps the patient’s to improve self-esteem, confidence, and smile by making them brighter and shiny by eliminating dental pain. The headaches, neck pain, and back pain get eliminated, which were associated with dental problems with the help of treatment.

You can visit our dentists regarding any of your dental concerns but if are facing the listed problems, then you must visit for Full Mouth Rehabilitation.

  1. Missing teeth.
  2. Numerous teeth with large fillings.
  3. Cracked or broken teeth.
  4. Badly worn teeth due to bruxism.
  5. A dental problem throughout your mouth.
  6. Reduced mouth size
  7. Pain in the jaws
  8. Difficulty in chewing
  9. If teeth look shorter than normal

Yes, Dental problems can cause chronic headaches, back pain, and neck pain. It is advisable to get your dental problems treated to avoid another severe problem.

It can take 7 days to 6 months, depending on the extent of your dental problems.

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