Dental rehabilitation is a comprehensive approach to correcting all of the patient’s oral and dental anomalies. The main objective of this treatment is to optimize the chewing function, while improving visual appearance, for better general health.
When is Dental Rehabilitation Recommended?
- Missing teeth;
- Misaligned teeth;
- Chewing problems;
- Muscle pain;
- Gingival problems;
- Severe tooth wear.
Dental rehabilitation is broken down into various steps. The dentist first performs a complete case analysis, taking care to assess the patient’s expectations and detect any oral or dental problems. The different dental rehabilitation options are then examined before a final recommendation is made in keeping with the patient’s specific needs. At each visit, the dentist will explain how the dental rehabilitation is progressing so that you can see the overall changes and effectiveness of the treatment.
For more details on complete rehabilitation, please consult your dentist.