Full mouth rehabilitation

When is full mouth rehabilitation required:

- Frequent Headaches or Migraines

- Unexplained Loose Teeth

- Teeth Are Worn, Chipped or Cracked

- Dental Restorations Which Frequently Crack, Chip or Break

- Pain or Soreness Around Jaw Joints

- Pain in Teeth That Seems to Move Around

- Facial, Neck, Shoulder and/or Back Pain

- Clicking or Grating Sounds in Jaw Joints

- Limited Jaw Movement or a Locking Jaw

- Unexplained Numbness in Fingers and Arms

- Unexplained Congestion or Stuffiness in Ears

- Experience Vertigo

How it is performed?

Neuromuscular dentistry measures and determines the optimal position of the jaw. Once determined, the jaw position is corrected with the use of an orthotic (a virtually invisible appliance that fits over the top of the lower teeth, gently repositioning the jaw) or the application of dental restorations, including porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns or onlays. After full mouth rehabilitation, you will have exceptionally strong teeth and beautiful smile.

What all comes under it?

- Crowns and/or bridges

- Dental implants

- Veneers

- Root Canal Treatment

- Scaling

- Fillings

- Re-alignment/adjusting the bite