Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Werribee

Get a healthy, beautiful smile!


Restore your smile again with full mouth rehabilitation carried out by our dental professionals in Werribee. Full mouth rehabilitation applies to patients who want extensive restorations done across to their entire smile. This could be necessary due to severe wear of fractures of your teeth. Full mouth reconstruction is a significant investment that doesn’t just enhance the appearance of your smile, but also improves comfort and the functionality of your bite.

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Restore your smile with full mouth rehabilitation

Do you need full mouth rehabilitation?


Full mouth rehabilitation is a treatment that involves comprehensively restoring or replacing the teeth in your upper and lower jaws. Everyone experiences some sort of dental concern at some point in their lives but when do you know it’s time to opt for full mouth rehabilitation? Here are some signs to watch out for:

  • Extensive tooth wear, erosion or grinding can result in worn-down or flattened teeth
  • Misaligned teeth or a poor bite can lead to temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, causing jaw pain, headaches and facial discomfort.
  • You’re missing multiple natural teeth on either your upper or lower jaws.
  • You have cracked or chipped teeth
  • You have experienced severe dental trauma
  • Gum disease can lead to gum recession, bone loss and tooth mobility if not treated.
  • Over time, dental work such as fillings, crowns or needs to be replaced or upgraded

If you experience any of the above issues, our dentists in Werribee will discuss the possibility of full mouth reconstruction with you during your consultation.


Our restoration techniques in Werribee: What we offer


We have a personalised treatment for each patient. Your consultation will begin with a thorough evaluation of your current dental condition, which may also include x-rays in order to check the bone health of your teeth.

Based on the results, we will then provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan alongside associated costs for you to choose from. Depending on your individual case, we may recommend:

  • Bridges – Dental Bridges are fixed dental restorations used to replace one or more adjacent missing teeth. They consist of artificial missing teeth known as pontics, which are supported by dental crowns on adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.
  • Implants – Dental Implants are an advanced tooth replacement option that is long-lasting and natural-looking. They are small titanium posts that are securely placed into your jawbone, to which a prosthetic tooth is then placed on top.
  • Partial Dentures – Partial Dentures are removable dental appliances used to replace missing teeth in the mouth. They are designed to fill in the gaps left by missing teeth and fitted in comfortably around your remaining natural teeth, allowing you to smile and eat confidently once more.
  • Root canal treatmentsRoot canal treatment is a dental treatment performed to save a severely damaged or infected tooth. It involves removing the infected or inflamed pulp from the inside of the tooth, cleaning, and disinfecting the root canals.
  • Crowns – Dental Crowns, also known as dental caps, are tooth-shaped restorations that are placed over a damaged or weakened tooth to improve its strength, function and appearance.
  • Veneers – Dental Veneers are thin, custom-made shells made from porcelain or composite resin that are designed to cover the front surface of teeth. They are one of our most popular cosmetic dentistry options as they allow you to improve the appearance of your teeth and create a beautiful and natural looking smile in a quick and easy process.
  • Composite Fillings – Composite Fillings, also called as tooth coloured or white fillings are dental restorations used to repair teeth that have been affected by decay, fractures or minor damage.

Rebuilding your smile


 

Broken Teeth

Rebuilding broken teeth requires a detailed, stage-by-stage process that begins with an examination of your teeth. There are usually a number of options available depending on your budget and goals. In early stages, worn teeth are usually restored using composite filling first. For more long-term outcomes, patients can opt for dental crowns (replacing the bone structure at the top of the tooth) or dental veneers (replacing the front surface of your tooth).

 

Missing Teeth

Having missing teeth doesn’t just chip away your confidence. It also affects the functionality of your bite. An imbalanced bite can give way to increased sensitivity and tenderness in the jaw muscles due to your compromised ability to chew. This is why opting for a solution (and fast) is important. Our dentists at Wyndham Dental can offer you a thorough full mouth rehabilitation that will help restore and rebuild your teeth.

 

Using dental implants

You could potentially carry out a full mouth reconstruction with dental implants as there are more and more options available that allow for units of teeth to be placed using one or two dental implants as an anchor point. Since dental implants are used to replace the roots of your teeth, this is a suitable option for patients looking to replace their teeth entirely. At Wyndham Dental, we provide high quality dental implants ready to restore confidence in your smile again.

 

How long does it take?


While depending on how many treatments you opt for, the average time a patient will spend on full mouth rehabilitation can take up to a month. This is a complex dental procedure that shouldn’t be rushed. Hence, our dentists will take the appropriate time needed to give you the best results. In more severe cases, these restorations may take place over several months and can extend up to an year (if bone grafting is necessary).

 

Cost of Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Werribee


The cost of getting a full mouth rehabilitation can vary depending on the type of treatment(s) needed for your unique smile goals. It’s essential to consult with one of our experienced dentists to get an accurate cost estimate upon assessment.

We also offer flexible payment plans to ensure that you get the health care you need without compromise.

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Full Mouth Restoration At Wyndham Dental


At Wyndham Dental, we offer comprehensive full-mouth restoration services to help you achieve optimal oral health and a beautiful smile. Our experienced dentists and specialists will work closely with you to create a personalised treatment plan that addresses your unique dental needs and concerns.

If you are considering a full mouth restoration or have complex dental needs, we invite you to schedule a consultation with us. Let us help you achieve the smile you deserve and improve your overall oral health for a lifetime of confidence and happiness.


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