Coloured Sands Clinic | Cooloola Cove Dentist, QLD

Coloured Sands Clinic

Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Cooloola Cove

Hoping to rehabilitate a new smile?

Different Solutions

At Coloured Sands Clinic we offer various economical solutions

Safe And Manageable

Our full mouth rehabilitation procedures are safe and come with a manageable plan to achieve your goal

Personalise Your Smile

We have a wide range of options to style your smile

A Smile You Will Love

Get a smile you love in no time here at Coloured Sands Clinic with the help of our full mouth rehabilitation

Australian Made

All our products are high quality Australian made

Payment Plans

Various payment plans and options available to get you sorted with a new smile

Here Is Our

Solution To Rehabilitate Your Smile

At your first consultation, we will assess your mouth and suggest the most suitable alternative that fits within your goals and budget

What Is

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation – also known as FMR or full mouth reconstruction – entails a comprehensive customised package of dental treatments. It dramatically enhances smiles while optimising oral health and functionality. FMR typically centres on restoring, rebuilding or replacing most or all upper and lower teeth.

Restore The Balance

Full mouth rehabilitation restores balance to the relationship between teeth, gums and supporting bone and muscle, and can involve procedures such as:

• Tooth replacement in the form of dentures, bridges or dental implants
• Dental restorations such as fillings, root canal therapy or crowns
• Orthodontics – braces or aligners – to straighten teeth and improve bite function
• Periodontal treatment to combat gum disease and give teeth a solid foundation
• Gnathological dentistry to resolve TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders
• Deep cleanings to remove build-ups of plaque and tartar.
• Veneers or tooth bonding to conceal dental imperfections like chipped or stained teeth.
• Professional teeth whitening with powerful but safe bleaching agents.

How long Does It Take?

Because full mouth reconstruction has to be done in stages, it can take several months, a year or more. The length of treatment time depends on the condition of your mouth and the specific procedures required – which also determines full mouth rehabilitation costs.

Sedation dentistry and/or anaesthetics can make invasive treatments in the FMR process more comfortable and relaxing.

What Are The Benefits Of Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth reconstruction has many benefits in terms of oral health and aesthetics. These include:
• Better functionality in eating and speaking
• Strong gums and jaw bone
• Relief from headaches caused by TMJ issues
• An end to embarrassment about facial appearance

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