Did you know that your teeth were created to last only about 40-50 years? It’s not as crazy as it sounds, because it wasn’t very long ago that the mortality rate was above 50 years. Today, the average mortality rate surpasses your tooth’s life span by decades!
As you age, you start having to deal with more – and more comprehensive – dental problems from root canals to tooth replacements and bite problems.
Prosthodontic reconstruction of most or all of the teeth. Replacement of missing teeth, or a jaw alignment problem. These can be solved with a combination of techniques such as crowns, and fixed bridges, removable partial dentures, full dentures and implant-supported dentures and sometimes orthodontic treatment (braces) in conjunction with these procedures.. Combining the science of Neuromuscular Dentistry with the art of Cosmetic Dentistry, luckily, a full mouth rehab allows each of these obstacles to be corrected to create a smile that is functional, comfortable and beautiful.
A dental practitioner will not promise to improve your dental health in one appointment. There are various procedures that are a part of a full mouth rehabilitation. This is how the procedure normally works:
First, your dentist will investigate your present jaw and dental health. X-rays and lab diagnostics will help determine where what needs to be treated, and how every tooth is currently set in your mouth.
This will most likely take one full appointment, and it may be a couple of days or a week before your doctor shares with you the best course of action for your full mouth restoration.
Depending on your dental issues, your dental practitioner may come up with a suitable treatment plan for you and help to re frame your bite. However, if they discover that your mouth can be restored through individual tooth restoration alone, your dental specialist will begin those procedures on your second visit.
All of the current Crowns, bridges and other dental work will be removed so the Dentist has a clean slate to treat your full smiles with new restorations. Either a full mouth scan will be taken or in some cases impressions will be made with the goal that every individual tooth can get the work that it needs. If required, you may be given temporary restorations while the scan / impressions will be used to make your permanent restorations.
Once your basic health of teeth has been restored, the new restorations will be put in, using specific dental procedures based on what is best for your mouth.
Full mouth rehabilitation is a comparatively quick way to fix your entire mouth and enjoy a healthy smile for many years to come. It’s important to consider these aspects, before you make your appointment:
Cost: A Full mouth rehabilitation involves a lot of individual restorations, and each of those restorations will add up. Though full mouth rehabilitation can be expensive, it would really increase the life span of your present natural dentition and you would enjoy eating with your natural teeth for really long time. Also if you have multiple teeth problems then you might eventually loose you natural teeth and probably pay the same amount of money or even more for artificial teeth.
The Costs also differ as per the requirements of the patient. We, at Creative Smiles, will work with you to help you understand the costs of various procedures and fit them with your budget. There are a lot of varieties of treatment options available with us, so that we can design a specific treatment plan to suit your needs as well as your budget. Many payment options are available to ensure that your rehab goes smoothly with a happy recovery.
Each case is unique and requires a comprehensive plan. Not all dentists can undertake a full mouth rehab, so make sure to do your homework and find the right dentist for your specific needs. A Full mouth rehabilitation may involve
If you have more than four decayed / bad teeth or multiple missing teeth, full mouth rehabilitation may seem like the best option. However, differing from person to person it may vary. Full mouth rehabilitation works best to conserve your natural dentition. Also lot of options available to get completely fixed teeth in case you have no natural teeth left in your mouth and you dont wish to go for removable dentures.
On the other hand, if only a few scattered teeth are affecting your bite, it may be easier to isolate those few teeth and get implants or bridges. To put it simply, a complete overhaul may not be necessary if most of your teeth are healthy and strong.
We have an experienced team of professionals at the multi-specialty Dental Health Care Center – Creative Smiles with Dr. Veejay Deshpandey, Dental Surgeon and Implantologist and an innovator in the field of Implant Dentistry heading the team. At Creative Smiles, we offer the most advanced dental services at very affordable prices.
A full mouth reconstruction can help safeguard your oral health by comprehensively treating various issues that can compromise your dental well being, which include tooth decay, gum disease, tooth loss, and extensively damaged teeth. Creative Smiles, in Thane, Mumbai can bring the sparkle back to your smile and help you attain a smile you’ll be proud to show off. To learn more about the benefits of full mouth rehabilitation, contact us to schedule your no-obligation consultation today!
There are a ton of myths about teeth whitening floating around the Internet, and those myths accompany many questions. Is whitening bad for your enamel? Are there regular cures? On the off chance that I need to brighten my teeth, would it be a good idea for me to get it done professionally or at home? Would it be advisable for me to utilize whitening strips or whitening toothpaste? Do they really work? We at Creative Smiles are here to answer your inquiries, and talk about your oral wellbeing!
If your teeth are losing they pearly white feel and that glossy shine due to reasons like dark drinks, coffee, soda, and tea then this can usually be rectified using through regular brushing using a good toothpaste and regular flossing. If it’s alleviated a bit further and the yellowing is a bit more intense you might have to go for a visit to a dentist.
Cause For Teeth Yellowing
Underneath the outside layer of enamel is a yellowy core called dentin. When your enamel starts wearing off (this can be caused by acidic foods, aging or other reasons) this yellowy layer of dentin starts coming on to the surface which can lead to your teeth looking more yellow in color. Genetics also play a major role in the nature (thickness and thinness ) of your dentin and enamel.
Dental Bleaching OR Teeth Whitening
One of the most economical and effective treatment to have quick and easy smile makeovers. It is a form of dental treatment can be done in the dental clinic or at home. All the staining that has collected on the teeth can be removed in mere hours.
There are two main methods available to get those perfectly white teeth:
1.Professional Teeth Whitening
Having your teeth whitened at the dental practitioner’s gives the most noteworthy quality of whitening to accomplish sheltered, solid bleaching results. The procedure utilizes higher-focus bleaching agents and is managed by the dental specialist.
Diverse application strategies are accessible, and despite the fact that the whitening is done at the dentist’s, and the fact that expense of expert whitening is a little higher than at-home whitening methods, the outcomes last longer and look whiter than at-home procedures.
With expert brightening, you can expect even, dependable outcomes. Your dental specialist comprehends the significance of guaranteeing that the whitening procedure is protected and the outcome is appropriate for your teeth.
2. At-Home Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening products such as teeth whitening strips, brush-on whiteners are or whitening trays are convenient to use. Even though will cost a little lesser than the whitening done at dentist office, the results will not be as uniform, as good looking or sustainable for long term.
This option has a lower concentration of bleaching agents, so the white shade you can achieve will be lesser than what a dentist can offer you.
Contact us to learn more about the options available for your smile! http://www.creativesmiles.in/
Dr. Veejay Deshpandey is a Consulting Dental Surgeon and Implantologist practicing in Mumbai for 40 years. He was consulting Implantologist in Muscat for 12 years. He has been awarded Fellowship of American Academy of Implant Dentistry in the USA. In the year 2000, he was the first Indian to have this honor for which he was felicitated by the then Governor of
Maharashtra, Hon. P.C.Alexander.