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Transforming Smiles with Full Mouth Prosthesis, One Beautiful Restoration at a Time!

Full mouth prosthesis is a dental treatment option that is used to replace missing or damaged teeth in order to improve oral function and aesthetics. This type of treatment involves the use of dental prosthetics, such as dentures, to restore the appearance and function of the entire mouth.

The need for a full mouth prosthesis typically arises when an individual has lost most or all of their natural teeth due to decay, gum disease, injury, or other factors. In such cases, a full mouth prosthesis is used to replace the missing teeth and restore oral function and aesthetics.

There are several types of full-mouth prosthesis, including complete dentures, partial dentures, and implant-supported dentures. Complete dentures are used to replace all of the natural teeth in the upper or lower jaw, while partial dentures are used to replace several missing teeth. Implant-supported dentures are dentures that are anchored to dental implants, providing increased stability and support.

The process of obtaining a full mouth prosthesis typically involves several steps, including a consultation with a dentist, taking dental impressions, selecting the appropriate prosthetic, and fitting and adjusting the prosthetic to ensure proper fit and comfort. In some cases, the dentist may also need to prepare the jaw and gums for the prosthetic by removing any remaining teeth or reshaping the gum tissue.

One of the main benefits of a full mouth prosthesis is the restoration of oral function and aesthetics. With a full mouth prosthesis, individuals can eat, talk, laugh, and smile with confidence, as the prosthetic replaces missing teeth and improves the appearance of the entire mouth.

In addition to restoring oral function and aesthetics, full mouth prosthesis can also improve oral health by preventing the shifting of surrounding teeth and reducing the risk of jaw pain and bite problems.

Despite its many benefits, a full mouth prosthesis is not without its drawbacks. Some individuals may experience discomfort or irritation with their prosthetic, and proper care and maintenance are required to ensure its longevity.

At Kigo Dental, we understand the impact that missing or severely damaged teeth can have on your quality of life. That’s why we are proud to offer our comprehensive Full Mouth Prosthesis service, designed to restore both the functionality and aesthetics of your smile.

Whether you have experienced extensive tooth loss due to decay, trauma, or other dental issues, our skilled team of professionals is here to provide you with a personalized treatment plan that will rejuvenate your oral health and renew your self-confidence.

For us, your smile is our priority, and we are committed to providing you with the highest standard of care in Full Mouth Prosthesis. Schedule a consultation with us today, and let us help you regain your smile’s beauty, function, and vitality.

Complete dentures: Complete dentures are used to replace all of the natural teeth in the upper or lower jaw. They are typically made of acrylic resin or a combination of resin and other materials and are held in place with natural suction or a dental adhesive.

Partial dentures: Partial dentures are used to replace several missing teeth. They consist of replacement teeth attached to a metal or acrylic base that fits over the remaining natural teeth and gums.

Implant-supported dentures: Implant-supported dentures are dentures that are anchored to dental implants. This type of prosthesis provides increased stability and support, and is typically used when an individual has lost most or all of their natural teeth.

Overdentures: Overdentures are dentures that are placed over remaining natural teeth or dental implants. This type of prosthesis provides increased stability and support compared to traditional dentures.

Fixed dentures: Fixed dentures are dentures that are permanently attached to dental implants. This type of prosthesis provides the most stability and support of all full mouth prosthesis options, and is typically used when an individual has lost most or all of their natural teeth.

Complete tooth loss: When a patient has lost all of their teeth, a full mouth prosthesis is often the best solution to restore their ability to eat, speak, and smile.

Severe decay or damage: When a patient’s teeth are severely damaged or decayed, they may need to be removed and replaced with prosthetic teeth. This can be the case when a patient has multiple cavities, cracks, or fractures that compromise the tooth structure.

Gum disease: If a patient has advanced periodontitis, a condition in which bacteria infect the gums and bone surrounding the teeth, they may lose teeth due to bone loss. In such cases, a full mouth prosthesis may be necessary to restore function and esthetics.

Congenital anomalies: In rare cases, patients may be born with missing teeth, malformed teeth, or other dental anomalies that affect the appearance and function of their teeth. A full mouth prosthesis can help correct these issues.

Trauma: Accidents or injuries to the mouth can cause significant damage to teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues. If the damage is extensive, a full mouth prosthesis may be necessary to restore the patient’s oral function and esthetics.

Dentures: Dentures are removable prosthetic devices that replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Dentures can be complete, replacing all of the teeth in the upper or lower jaw, or partial, replacing several missing teeth.

Bridges: A dental bridge is a fixed prosthetic device that replaces one or more missing teeth. Bridges are supported by adjacent natural teeth or dental implants and are cemented in place.

Implants: Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone to support a prosthetic tooth or bridge. Implants are a popular option for full mouth reconstruction because they provide a stable foundation for the prosthetic teeth.

Crowns: Dental crowns are prosthetic caps that are placed over a damaged or decayed tooth to restore its shape, size, and function. Crowns can also be used to support a dental bridge.

Veneers: Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front of the teeth to improve their appearance. Veneers can be used to improve the color, shape, and size of the teeth.

Bone grafts: In some cases, bone grafts may be required to provide adequate support for dental implants. Bone grafts involve taking bone from another part of the body or using synthetic bone material to stimulate bone growth in the jaw.

Consultation: The first step in the process is a consultation with a dentist who specializes in full mouth prosthesis. During this appointment, the dentist will evaluate your oral health, discuss your treatment goals and preferences, and recommend the appropriate type of full mouth prosthesis for your situation.

Dental impressions: Next, the dentist will take dental impressions of your mouth to create a model of your teeth and gums. This model is used to create a custom-fit prosthesis.

Selecting the prosthesis: Once the dental impressions have been taken, the dentist will work with a dental laboratory to select the appropriate prosthesis. This may involve selecting the material, color, and shape of the prosthetic, as well as determining the appropriate placement and size.

Fitting and adjusting: After the prosthetic has been created, the dentist will fit and adjust it to ensure proper fit and comfort. This may involve multiple appointments and adjustments to ensure the best fit and function.

Oral hygiene instructions: The dentist will provide instructions on proper care and maintenance of the full mouth prosthesis, including instructions on cleaning and storing the prosthetic. It is important to follow these instructions to ensure the longevity of the prosthetic.

Follow-up appointments: Regular follow-up appointments with the dentist are recommended to ensure proper fit and function of the full mouth prosthesis. These appointments may also involve adjustments or repairs if needed.

The process of obtaining a full mouth prosthesis may take several weeks or months, depending on the complexity of the case and the type of prosthesis being used. However, the end result is a restored oral function and appearance that can provide improved quality of life for individuals with missing or damaged teeth.

Avoid hard and crunchy foods: Avoid eating hard and crunchy foods for the first few days after treatment, as these can put undue pressure on the prosthesis and cause damage.

Practice proper oral hygiene: Brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and use an antiseptic mouthwash to keep your mouth clean and reduce the risk of infection.

Visit your dentist regularly: Regular dental check-ups and cleanings are important to monitor the health of your prosthesis and to maintain good oral hygiene.

Avoid smoking or using straws: Smoking or using straws can put pressure on the prosthesis and cause damage or misalignment.

Protect your prosthesis: When engaging in sports or other physical activities, it is important to wear a mouthguard to protect your prosthesis and teeth.

Be careful when cleaning: Avoid using abrasive toothpastes or brushing too hard, as this can scratch the surface of the prosthesis and cause damage.

Report any issues promptly: If you experience any discomfort or issues with your prosthesis, it is important to report them to your dentist as soon as possible to ensure prompt and effective treatment.

Complete Tooth Loss: Patients who have lost all of their teeth in either the upper, lower, or both jaws can benefit from full mouth prostheses. This treatment option provides a complete set of functional and aesthetic teeth, restoring the ability to bite, chew, speak, and smile confidently.

Severe Tooth Decay: When tooth decay reaches an advanced stage, multiple teeth may require extraction. Full mouth prostheses offer a comprehensive solution by replacing the decayed teeth with a set of prosthetic teeth, improving oral health and overall quality of life.

Trauma or Injury: Accidents or injuries that result in extensive tooth loss or damage can be effectively addressed with full mouth prostheses. These prosthetic restorations help restore facial aesthetics, speech, and normal functioning of the mouth.

Periodontal Disease: Advanced periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss and deteriorated gum and bone tissue. Full mouth prostheses provide a solution for individuals with severe periodontal disease, improving their oral health and overall well-being.

Congenital Conditions or Genetic Disorders: Some individuals may be born with conditions or genetic disorders that affect the development of their teeth. Full mouth prostheses can be a viable option to replace missing or malformed teeth, enabling them to enjoy a complete and functional smile.

All of us here at Kigo Dental are committed to providing you with the best dental care available, and we do so with a smile.

Our entire staff, from receptionists to dental hygienists and assistants, is committed to providing you with the best quality dental care possible.

From the time you walk through the door and every time you revisit, you will experience this firsthand.

Kigo Dental has a team of experienced and skilled Orthodontists and other specialised dentists who specialize in providing high-quality dental care and treatments, utilizing the latest technologies and techniques to ensure the best outcomes for their patients.


A full mouth prosthesis is a dental appliance that is designed to replace missing or damaged teeth in the mouth. It can be used to restore bite function, improve the appearance of the smile, and support oral health.

Individuals with missing or damaged teeth, or those who have experienced significant tooth loss or decay, may be candidates for full mouth prosthesis treatment. Your dentist can assess your oral health and make a recommendation based on your specific needs.

A full mouth prosthesis is custom-made to fit your mouth. The process typically involves taking impressions of your mouth and sending these to a dental laboratory, where the prosthesis is created. Your dentist will then place the prosthesis in your mouth and make any necessary adjustments to ensure a proper fit.

The longevity of a full mouth prosthesis can vary depending on a number of factors, including the materials used, the oral hygiene habits of the patient, and the overall health of the mouth. With proper care and maintenance, a full mouth prosthesis can last for several years or more.

The cost of a full mouth prosthesis can vary depending on a number of factors, including the materials used, the complexity of the case, and the location of the dental practice. It is important to discuss the cost of treatment with your dentist to understand what is included in the fee and to determine if dental insurance will cover part or all of the cost.

Full mouth prosthesis treatment is typically not painful, although some discomfort may be experienced during the initial adjustment period. Your dentist can provide pain-relieving medication or other measures to help minimize discomfort.

Yes, a full mouth prosthesis can be removed in some cases. Your dentist can provide instructions for removing and cleaning the prosthesis, and for replacing it when necessary.



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