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Full rehabilitation

Dental rehabilitation is a comprehensive approach that targets all dental anomalies. The main purpose of a full rehabilitation is to improve both the visual look of your mouth as well as chewing function for better general health. Dental rehabilitation is an excellent solution to many issues such as:

  • Occlusion problems
  • Misaligned teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Maxillofacial and jaw disorders
  • Chewing or speech problems
  • Resorption of the underlying bone

There are several steps involved in a dental rehabilitation. First, the dentist performs a full assessment of any dental anomalies and gains an understanding of the patient’s expectations. Then, various dental rehabilitation options are explained to the patient so that he or she can make an informed decision. Once the best treatment solution has been chosen, the dentist will see the patient regularly, thus allowing the patient to see the progress made since the beginning of the treatment.