Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth dental rehabilitation is a comprehensive approach to dental care that involves a combination of various procedures aimed at reconstructing not just your smile but also your bite and entire facial appearance. This treatment goes beyond the traditional route of getting dentures, offering a more holistic solution to severe dental issues.

At Ashford Dental, we specialise in this restorative dental treatment to help you regain confidence in smiling and eating. Our team of experienced and dedicated dentists understands that each patient’s needs are unique. Therefore, we take the time to conduct a thorough examination, understand your particular concerns, and design a tailored full mouth dental rehabilitation plan just for you.

Visit our dental clinic in Singapore today to improve your oral health, ultimately enhancing your overall quality of life.

Full mouth dental rehabilitation is suitable if you

  • have a limited number of remaining teeth
  • have severe periodontal and gum disease
  • have ill-fitting dentures
  • have significantly worn-down teeth
  • have a significant number of broken or fractured teeth
  • have a significant number of missing, decayed, extracted or infected teeth
  • have significantly discoloured teeth
  • desire a significant aesthetic improvement in your smile and look

Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation Process

Every full mouth dental rehabilitation commences with a thorough consultation. Here, we will assess your specific objectives and goals. We will also determine what combination of treatments will be best to fulfil those goals. The consultation will include:

  • A thorough clinical examination
  • A panoramic X-Ray
  • Cone beam computed Tomography
  • Intra-oral scans
  • Impressions of your teeth
  • Intra-oral and extra-oral clinical photographs

At this stage, we can plan what specific dental procedures are needed for you to achieve your desired results. Such procedures may include:

Teeth Whitening

Orthodontic Treatment

Dental Crowns

Dental Veneers

Dental Bridges

Dental Implants


The full mouth dental rehabilitation will likely involve a combination of several of the above mentioned procedures. Please click on any of the procedures above to find out more about them individually.

Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation Cost

Since this is a tailored solution that will be unique to your needs, the cost of full mouth dental rehabilitation depends on the procedures required. Please click on each listed procedure above to find out about the cost of that specific procedure. Some procedures are Medisave claimable.

To schedule an appointment for consultation and to find out further pricing details, contact us today.

Frequently Asked Questions About Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation

What is the recovery time for full mouth dental implants?

The average recovery time for full mouth dental implants will take at least 4 to 6 months. Each individual’s healing process will vary and is dependent on a number of factors such as complications and the patient’s health, therefore recovery time will differ from person to person.

What are the steps of a full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation involves various dental procedures, such as orthodontic treatment, dental implants and dental veneers. As each individual’s dental rehabilitation and treatment plan will vary based on their goals and dental complexities, it is best for your dentist to advise you on the required steps of your personalised treatment plan. This will enable you and your dentist to customise a full mouth dental rehabilitation with various dental procedures needed to help you enjoy smiling and eating again.

Is full mouth dental rehabilitation a common procedure?

Full mouth dental rehabilitation is not a common procedure like cleanings or root canal treatments. It’s a specialised treatment, often reserved for patients with extensive and multiple dental issues affecting most or all of their teeth. The procedure is comprehensive, aiming to restore functionality and aesthetics to the entire mouth, and is typically performed when simpler, isolated dental treatments are insufficient.

Are there any risks or complications associated with full mouth dental rehabilitation?

Full mouth dental rehabilitation may carry some risks, including infection, bleeding, or anaesthesia reactions. Patients might experience tooth sensitivity or challenges adjusting to their new dental structure. In rare instances, restorations may fail, requiring further treatments. However, with regular dental visits and good oral hygiene, these potential issues can be effectively addressed. Importantly, this procedure is a significant step towards improved oral health, and any concerns should be discussed with your dentist.

Will I be able to eat normally while undergoing full mouth dental rehabilitation?

While undergoing full mouth dental rehabilitation, patients may experience changes in their eating habits. Immediately after procedures, a diet of soft foods and liquids is usually recommended to facilitate healing and avoid discomfort. As the healing process progresses and the mouth adjusts to the new dental structure, patients can gradually reintroduce harder foods into their diet. In the long run, the rehabilitation can improve chewing function and comfort, allowing patients to enjoy a wider range of foods than they could before the procedure.

Are there any alternative options to consider besides full mouth dental rehabilitation?

The alternatives to full mouth dental rehabilitation vary depending on the specific dental issues. For those with less extensive damage, individual restorations such as crowns or fillings, dentures, or dental implants may be suitable. Orthodontic treatments like braces instalment or aligners can correct misaligned teeth, while periodontal therapies can easily provide appropriate gum treatments. However, if multiple dental problems exist or if the overall dental health is severely compromised, full mouth rehabilitation may be the most effective solution. This comprehensive approach ensures all oral health issues are addressed simultaneously. However, it’s essential to discuss with a dental professional to determine the most suitable treatment plan for your unique needs.

How long can I expect the results of full mouth dental rehabilitation to last?

The results of a full mouth dental rehabilitation can be expected to last for many years with proper care and maintenance. This includes regular dental check-ups and diligent oral hygiene practices. However, the exact longevity can vary based on factors such as the types of restorations used, the individual’s oral health condition, and their lifestyle habits. It’s important to note that while the restorations are durable, they may require periodic adjustments or replacements over time.

Visit Our Dental Clinics

Ashford Dental Centre boasts three accessible locations across Singapore, providing comprehensive dental care services, including dental implant procedures.

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With our live chat feature, you can get immediate answers to your dental queries. Alternatively, download the Ashford App for Android devices or iOS phones to schedule appointments, access patient information and more – all at your fingertips.

All clinics are open Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 9 PM, and Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM to 6 PM, accommodating both working professionals and those with weekend availability.

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