Oral rehabilitation is a term used in dentistry to describe the process where a patient is taken from a position of dental disease to a position of dental health. Dental phobias often lead people to neglect their dental health over a period of years until they either get toothache or become self-conscious about the appearance of their teeth.
Oral rehabilitation varies from patient to patient but is generally a staged process which takes the patient through the following steps to oral health:
When you attend for your first appointments we often gather some additional information, like x-rays, photos and study models. This, along with your clinical examination, allows us to plan the options available to achieve our overall goal of oral health.
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