Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Dubai
Rebuild your smile
What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full Mouth Rehabilitation is a solution to improve your smile and make your mouth healthier, more functional, and more attractive. It’s a combination of making your smile look good and fixing it scientifically.
This is achieved through a series of detailed and highly customised treatments that are unique to each person’s case. The exact treatments that make up your full mouth reconstruction will depend on the specific issues that affect your smile.
During your consultation with our speciatlist Prosthodontist, we will walk you the through dental issues you have, and comprehensively assess your smile to design a tailor-made treatment plan.
Treatments done during
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full Mouth Rehabilitation involves many different dental treatments. Here are some of the treatments included:
Who needs Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full Mouth Rehabilitation is about rebuilding or replacing all the teeth in your mouth with many procedures. The best person for this treatment would have several missing teeth, teeth that are decayed, broken, or worn down from grinding or other problems, and gums that are pulling away from the teeth.
Our Dental Experts
Dr. Marwan Al Obeidi
General Dentist & Implantologist
Dr. Myron Kushnir
Dr. Khasha Ilbak
General & Cosmetic Dentist
Dr. Christina Friis-Moeller
Dr. Nithin Shenoy
Specialist Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
Most frequent questions and answers
Are Full Mouth Restoration and Smile Makeover the same thing?
Full Mouth Restoration and Hollywood Smile Makeover are both special treatments with many steps. But there is a difference.
A Smile Makeover is when you choose to make your teeth and smile look better. Full Mouth Rehabilitation is when we fix your teeth to make your whole mouth healthier, work better, and look nicer.
Am I eligible for a full mouth rehabilitation?
If you have several dental problems, like broken, cracked, damaged, or missing teeth, then you are a good fit for Full Mouth Restoration. People who were born with Amelogenesis, Dentinogenesis, and Ectodermal Dysplasia also need complete mouth restoration.
Also, if you have problems with your gums, bite, jaw muscles, or temporomandibular joint (TMJ), we can help with Full Mouth Reconstruction.
Is it painful to get a full mouth restoration?
At Micris Dental Clinic, patient usually don’t feel pain during Full Mouth Reconstruction. We use sedation techniques to make sure the procedure is easy and pain-free.
How long does it take to get a full mouth rehabilitation?
It usually takes several months to finish all the rehabilitation procedures and get the results you want. But, the exact time will depend on what dental treatments you need.
What is the price of a Full Mouth Rehablilitaion?
Many things can affect the cost of your Full Mouth Reconstruction, like the procedures you need, the materials and methods we use, and if we use sedation techniques.
We can give you an idea of the cost after our specialists examine your mouth and understand your dental needs. They will do this during a consultation.
Can I still get a Full Mouth Restoration if sitting at the dentist's office for a long time is uncomfortable for me because of my health?
If you find it hard to sit still or are uncomfortable with long dental appointments, don’t worry! There is a solution for you. Sedation dentistry is a way for you to feel calm and relaxed during your procedure. With sedation, you won’t have to worry about feeling uncomfortable or being unable to sit still.
How long will my full mouth rehabilitation result last?
To make sure your Full Mouth Rehabilitation results last a long time, it’s important to take good care of your gums and teeth. This includes following your dentist’s post-operative recommendations.
You can also help your results last forever by maintaining good oral health. This includes regularly brushing and flossing, and visiting your dental hygienist for cleanings and your dentist for check-ups every few months.
By doing these things, you can help ensure that your mouth stays healthy, functional, and beautiful for years to come.