If you’ve lost multiple teeth or your teeth have been severely damaged by decay or injury, your dentist may recommend a complete mouth restoration. This includes the regeneration of all teeth in the upper and lower extremities and may include the gums, jaws and other facial structures. Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Dubai, Abu Dhabi & Sharjah uses many different options, including dental implants, crowns, veneers, and other modalities to help restore a healthy smile and oral health.
Essence of Treatment:
Treatment includes restoring teeth, jaws, gums, and other structures in the mouth and face. Depending on the condition and type of treatment required, the procedure will be performed by a dentist or a team of maxillofacial surgeons. This usually involves multiple procedures performed in multiple appointments.
The procedures replace lost or damaged teeth with reliable, durable teeth that look, feel and function like natural teeth. They also help restore gums and lost bones and stimulate new bone growth in smallpox.
The best person to get the treatment is someone having the following conditions:
- Severe damage to teeth, gums, or jaw
- Only a few healthy teeth left in the mouth or none
- Excessively worn-out teeth due to bruxism
- Teeth severely damaged by decay or trauma
- Gums damaged by periodontal disease
- Overbite problems
Quick Tip! A complete rehab can often be a more affordable and convenient option than individual treatments.
Dentists at Enfield Royal Clinic will conduct a thorough examination of your mouth to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for you. depending on your situation, Full mouth rehabilitation in Dubai may include one or more of the following procedures:
If you have lost a tooth, you can place an implant in the tooth and replace the tooth roots. It is covered with a porcelain or ceramic crown that looks like a natural tooth. If your breasts do not have enough bone mass to support the implant, you may need a bone graft procedure.
Crowns And Bridges:
Crowns are ceramic or porcelain caps that are placed on damaged teeth or dental implants. They can act like new teeth and completely replace natural teeth.
Bridges are dentures used to fill spaces where a tooth has been lost or removed. They consist of a new tooth or multiple teeth supported by a crown on both sides.
The porcelain or composite resin restorations are placed on the front of the teeth to enhance their appearance. They are a less intensive treatment compared to implants and crowns.
This cosmetic dental treatment is less likely to affect oral health, and these can help cover stains or discoloration, close minor gaps, and straighten crooked teeth.
If periodontitis affects the gums, our dentist can remove plaque by first rinsing and polishing the roots. If gum disease progresses, a soft cloth or bone graft may be needed to replace lost or damaged gums, jaws, and tooth roots.
If you have a crossbite or your upper and lower teeth do not line up correctly, your dentist may recommend orthodontic treatment like braces or aligners to correct your bite. Ideally, this treatment should be completed before other rehabilitation procedures begin.
If your malocclusion is too severe to be treated with orthodontics, your dentist may recommend jaw surgery. This includes remodeling and repositioning of smallpox, which helps with bite problems and temporomandibular disorders.
Quick Tip! Your dentist will decide which treatments are the best options for you.
How Long Does the Treatment Take?
It also depends on the initial situation. We use the latest and most advanced methods to shorten this process as much as possible. Even the most complex cases require the involvement of all clinical professionals, which we usually complete within a year.
The cost of Full mouth rehabilitation in Dubai, Abu Dhabi & Sharjah can range from AED 2000 to AED 20,000. The overall expense of the treatment depends on the kind of plan the dentist comes up with, and this plan is different in each case. The dentist’s qualification and clinic level also impact the cost. The doctor will determine the actual cost of the treatment after the initial consultation.
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