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Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Holborn, London

Having a great smile is an important part of making a great first impression, as well as improving your self confidence – but if your teeth have suffered from decay, injuries or misalignment, you might feel like a gorgeous grin is something you just can’t have.

The good news is that modern dentistry makes it possible to fix a huge range of dental problems, and with the help of a fully qualified specialist, you could have the smile you’ve always dreamed of.

Here at Museum Dental Suites, we offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry services, which can be combined to help gain that perfect smile. Based in central London, we can carry out full-mouth rehabilitation work to address any dental problems you may have, and we work hard to provide a tailored service that meets all your needs.

Is smile reconstruction right for me?

Because full-mouth reconstruction can encompass many different dental procedures and disciplines, it’s an option that’s available to just about anyone. Whether your current dental problems are associated with tooth decay, injuries or misalignments that you’ve had all your life, we can work with you to determine a treatment plan that addresses your specific requirements.

Just some of the treatments that may be involved in full-mouth rehabilitation include inlays, onlays, veneers, crowns, bridges and dental implants. Depending on the dental appliances that are necessary, you may also have a choice when it comes to the materials used – such as porcelain, dental composite or precious metals like gold and silver.

The Process

Full-mouth rehabilitation will usually involve a number of visits to the dentist, and what happens at each appointment will depend on the work that needs to be done.

Consultation

The first step will be the initial consultation. During this visit, your dentist will discuss the various options and help you to understand the pros and cons of each choice. They will also make recommendations based on your situation and your overall oral health.

As part of the consultation, your dentist will explain to you each step of the process and let you know approximately how long the overall process should take. They may also be able to provide you with preview photographs, showing you what your smile will look like when your full-mouth rehabilitation is complete.

Treatment

The next visits may involve a combination of extracting teeth, preparing teeth for attaching things like veneers and crowns, placing dental implants and taking impressions so that the permanent dental appliances can be manufactured.

As necessary, the dentist will use local anaesthetic to prevent you from feeling any pain during these procedures. It’s also likely that you’ll need to be careful about eating hot, cold, sticky or crunchy foods after the procedures, as your teeth may be more sensitive than normal for a few days. Temporary dental work should also be treated with care, as it’s not as strong as the permanent pieces.

Follow-up

Once your full-mouth rehabilitation is complete, it’s important to maintain good dental hygiene with brushing and flossing. This will help to protect your natural teeth from decay and will prevent staining or other damage to your permanent dental work – ensuring each piece lasts for many years. Regular check-ups with a dental professional are also recommended.

Book a consultation at Museum Dental Suites

As specialists in cosmetic dentistry, the team at Museum Dental Suites is here to help our patients enjoy beautiful smiles and healthy mouths. Whether you’re in need of routine dental care or are considering full-mouth rehabilitation, why not book an appointment with one of our experts today?

Our stylish suites are situated in Bloomsbury and we’ve created a relaxing and tranquil atmosphere where you can feel perfectly at ease. Plus, we’re available seven days a week, so there’s always an appointment available to suit your busy schedule. Contact us today on 0207 036 1999 to find out more.

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