Full
Mouth Restoration


Completely restore your smile

Achieve a full
mouth restoration

Losing most of or even all of your teeth drastically affects your dental health and mouth function, not to mention your cosmetic smile. A full mouth restoration may be just what you need to rediscover your confidence.

A full mouth restoration here in Wolverhampton is achieved using dental implants and implant retained dentures, where appropriate. For our implant dentists and patients, a full mouth restoration represents dental implants to the best of their abilities – completely reinstating normal mouth function with reliable and natural-looking tooth replacement. Once your treatment is completed, you will have a mouthful of teeth as strong and durable as natural teeth are.

  • Restore mouth function and your dental health
  • Say goodbye to dentures and unreliable tooth replacement systems
  • Long-lasting and durable dental implants that could last a lifetime
  • Maintain your jawbone’s health and strength
  • Smile, laugh, chew, and eat with carefree ease

A full mouth restoration is a full smile transformation that will help improve your quality of life and your dental health. Discover this advanced implant treatment with Claregate Dental.

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Frequently asked
questions…

Find the answers you’ve been searching for your questions about a full mouth restoration in Wolverhampton!

We believe an informed patient is a happy patient, so do get in touch if you would like to find out more about our treatments.

  1. What’s the difference between dental implants and implant retained dentures?

    Single dental implants are used to replace one missing tooth at a time or single teeth, so these might be beneficial to you in a full mouth restoration if you still have some natural teeth remaining but not all. An implant retained denture replaces multiple missing teeth in succession by fixing a denture into the jawbone. This might be suitable to those missing multiple teeth in close succession.

  2. Who is suitable for this treatment?

    If you have lost most or all of your teeth, you might be interested in a full mouth restoration. We will first ascertain whether your gums, jawbone, and any remaining teeth are healthy enough to receive this procedure. This we can do at your initial appointment.

  3. How will this treatment benefit my jawbone?

    When you lose multiple teeth, whole areas of your jawbone suddenly lose signals from the natural tooth roots. This tells the jawbone that there is no reason for it to remain strong and sturdy anymore, and it begins to weaken and breakdown. This leads to loss of facial structure, jaw weakness, loss of mouth function, and the unappealing ‘caved in’ appearance. Furthermore, if you later decide you’d like dental implants, your jawbone may either be too weak to receive them or require more preparation than if you’d acted soon after losing your teeth. Replacing your missing teeth with dental implants sees the titanium roots fuse with your bone, creating a sturdy foundation and keeping your jawbone strong and healthy.

  4. How are implants placed?

    Dental implants are fitted using the placements of titanium screws in your jawbone. These fuse with your bone to create a sturdy and reliable root. In the case of single implants, a single root is fitted to each crown. In the case of implant retained dentures, multiple roots are fixed to a partial or full denture.

  5. How long will my implants last?

    Dental implants are an incredibly durable tooth replacement treatment that are designed to last you the rest of your life. Your full mouth restoration could therefore last for years to come with the correct care and cleaning.

What our clients say
about us

Everybody who works here is so friendly and reassuring, nothing is too much trouble. The dentist is the most professional, down to earth dentist I’ve ever met and most importantly, very gentle and thorough. I will not go anywhere else and if Google reviews did more stars, this dental practice would always get full marks from me.


- C.J, January 2018

*Results may vary and are different for each individual. As such, Claregate Dental cannot guarantee specific results.