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Jain AR, Janani T (2016) Full mouth rehabilitation of an ectodermal dysplasia patient with hypodontia and reduced vertical dimension using metal ceramic restorations: a case report.
We report a case of a full mouth rehabilitation of a 65 years old male, who had no medical problems and is not taking any medications.
Full mouth rehabilitation seeks to convert all unfavorable forces on teeth which invariably lead to periodontal conditions, into favorable forces which permit normal function and therefore induce healthy condition of the stomatognthic system.
To restore the function and the aesthetic of the oral cavity, full mouth rehabilitation is sometimes indicated.
A definitive treatment requiring placement of porcelain veneers for anterior teeth and metal ceramic crowns for posterior to facilitate full mouth rehabilitation is planned at a later stage.
Additional treatments provided by Dental Solutions includes but are not limited to root canal treatments, invisible and lingual orthodontics, full mouth rehabilitation as well as implants, bridges, crowns, and dentures.
Treatment for bruxism often involves full mouth rehabilitation.