Oral Rehabilitation

Therapy for your mouth

Whether you haven’t had time to visit your dentist for a few months, or you have a long-standing dental issue that’s been worrying you, Ollie & Darsh can help you.

 
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Your Ideal Smile

Usually, Oral Rehabilitation means restoration of all of the teeth. However, it could also be defined as restoring only the defective teeth. 

Regardless of your problem, large or small, our oral rehabilitation service will help you get your dental health back on track - improving your general health and helping you to feel great.

Whether it’s one issue or a combination of several, our team is here to support you through your journey towards your ideal smile.

A Bespoke Plan

Every person’s needs will be unique, so we create a bespoke treatment plan for every client. This can include any of our extensive treatments.

 
 
 

Restoring oral structure

Despite any missed check-ups, your teeth will likely remain in a healthy condition.

However, if you need it, Ollie & Darsh can restore your oral structure and prosthetically replace any missing teeth.

Treatments that you might be recommended during rehabilitation include:

  • Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics (crowns, bridges, dentures and dental implants) - this deals mainly with the prosthetic replacement of hard and soft tissues.
  • Periodontics (gums) - this includes the treatment of clients with gum disease; dental implants; and bone & soft tissue grafting around teeth.
  • Endodontics (root canal therapy / removal of dental nerve).

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What our clients say...

Ollie & Darsh provide an excellent service. Not only are they actually good at what they do, but they are also professional and friendly. I’ve always had problems with my teeth and I’ve always dreaded going to the dentist. That has changed since I’ve discovered Ollie & Darsh. I’ve had my teeth fixed and whitened, and every time I go back it’s like a spa day for my teeth. Definitely recommending them.
— Michaela

Oral Rehabilitation

FAQs

What is gum disease?

Gum disease is a condition which affects the supporting structures around your teeth. It causes swelling of your gums. If left untreated, it can damage the bone and ligaments that hold your teeth in place.

What is comprehensive oral rehabilitation?

Comprehensive oral rehabilitation is the elimination of dental disease and the reconstruction of damaged teeth. Treatments can include a complete examination, cleaning, fluoride application, full mouth x-rays, amalgam and composite restorations (fillings), endodontics, minor periodontal surgery, and extractions. 

How often should I have oral hygiene check-ups after oral rehabilitation?

If you’ve had oral rehabilitation supported by implants, the interval between appointments will vary according to the scale of the rehabilitation. It will also depend on the level of oral hygiene that you have achieved at home.