There are several cases where the whole or most of the mouth needs restoration in order to correct functional and aesthetic problems or even to treat the patient’s pain in the head or facial muscles due to improper closing of the teeth. This problematic closure may either be pre-existing, simply symptomatic now, or it may have arisen over time.

In these cases, the dentist must first make a correct diagnosis with a detailed examination of the patient’s mouth and with the help of the dental laboratory, the appropriate restorations must be placed on the patient’s teeth so that the occlusion can be readjusted to a more favourable position and thus address all the problems that existed initially.