Full Mouth Rehabilitation FMR

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation cases are one of the most challenging cases to manage in a dental practice. This is because such cases involve not only the replacement of the lost tooth structure but also focuses on replacing the lost facial height. Improper jaw position is implicated in various neuro-muscular disorders as well as in headache and neck ache. Correcting the jaw position not only restores proper function, but also helps in enhancing the cosmetic appearance of the patient. Common conditions that lead to full mouth tooth damage include a heavy bite, teeth grinding, TMJ problems, gum and periodontal bone problems, crooked teeth. Acid Reflux, Cavities, Facial Muscle Pain, Missing Teeth, Worn Teeth and discolored  teeth. Recent advances in dental materials and treatment approaches empower us to provide many options to restore teeth, balance an unhealthy bite, and to create a youthful healthy smile. 

Full Mouth Rehabilitation, A simple questionnaire can guide you.

To decide if you are a candidate for Full Mouth Rehabilitation, a simple questionnaire can guide you. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you require Full Mouth Rehabilitation.


Before & After


Full mouth rehabilitation is required in following 2 situations 

   1)When all the teeth have become flat or have abraded because of faulty bite or because of some habits such as tobacco chewing or night grinding

   2)When a person has lost all his teeth and wants a fixed replacement of all teeth.

You can gauge that you need a complete makeover by noticing following signs

1)All teeth becoming flatter and losing there height

2) Chewing efficiency getting compromised 

3)Food impaction happening in between all the teeth

4)Regular headaches and muscular pain leading to pain around the ear region and on opening/closing the mouth

5)facial height reduces in the midface region leading to drooping of lips and face giving an older appearance.

FMR require proper evaluation of bite according to the previous bite of the Patient.

No ,not at all.You always go out of the clinic with temporary caps/fillings.Once you are comfortable with your new bite then we replace it with permanent fillings/onlays.Throughout the treatment you will be able to eat normally. 

Don’t  be disheartened.There is good news.Now we can replace all your teeth with 6-8 implants/jaw and give you beautiful naturally looking fixed teeth


Get in Touch

88 Jagriti Enclave, Near Jain Heart Hospital,
Karkar Duma, Anand Vihar, Delhi, 110092