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Full Mouth Rehabilitation Broadmeadow

smiling ladies on the beachAt The Smile Factory, we want you to experience our comfortable dentistry with a modern touch. We’re committed to providing the latest equipment and techniques so that your treatment is effective and tailored to you. If you have multiple oral health concerns, you may be interested in learning more about full mouth rehabilitation. Also called full mouth reconstruction, this therapy restores the function and aesthetics of your teeth and gums.

You may be interested in a full mouth rehabilitation if you have lost teeth, fractured teeth, a misaligned bite or teeth that are worn-down. The many solutions that can be combined for a full mouth rehabilitation include

Who Is a Candidate?

We’ll account for all the vital factors when we consider whether a full mouth rehabilitation is right for you. Your teeth and gums will be evaluated as well as what your particular goals are. We’ll discuss your health history and what will be most appropriate for your needs and desired outcomes. Generally speaking, a full mouth rehabilitation is ideal for anyone who wants to replace multiple missing teeth, has gum disease or other oral health concerns.

A full mouth rehabilitation has the power to enhance your appearance and self-confidence, allow you to speak with ease and eat what you want and help your bite feel stable and strong.

The Gold Standard in Tooth Replacement

Commonly, if you need a full mouth rehabilitation, you likely need to explore tooth replacement options. If you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth or all teeth, dental implants can be the solution you need. They are viewed as the gold standard in replacing teeth, with the power to enhance your appearance and last for your lifetime.

What Is a Dental Implant?

A dental implant is a small post that’s made from titanium. It is surgically placed into your jawbone. After the site has healed, the post has been accepted into your jaw like a normal tooth root. It can have a dental crown, dental bridge or denture placed on your implant to complete the restoration.

A Two-Step Process

Receiving a dental implant involves two separate stages. After a consultation to determine whether you’re a candidate, we’ll book you in for your procedure, which happens just next door to our practice. After the healing period has passed, you’ll return to our clinic to have your restoration placed on your implant.

Dental Bridges for Missing Teeth

You may also be interested in learning more about a dental bridge if you are missing teeth. This tooth replacement option involves a row of dental crowns. The crowns on each end of the bridge are attached to your natural teeth that neighbour a gap where a tooth or some teeth have been lost. The remaining fake teeth are then suspended into the open space. A dental bridge is easily maintained like a natural tooth but you must clean carefully around your bridge to keep it healthy.

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*Any invasive or surgical procedure may carry risks. Before moving forward, it is recommended that you seek a second opinion from an appropriately licensed medical professional.


Full Mouth Rehabilitation Broadmeadow, Newcastle NSW | (02) 4037 0903