Oral rehabilitation is an aesthetic and functional solution in cases of missing or destroyed teeth, through the use of dental prostheses with the aim of restoring a correct bite and function. It includes the initial rehabilitation of the TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint).

Improving chewing function allows us to eat comfortably again, but it is also a treatment that prevents new diseases and promotes correct oral hygiene.

The aesthetic improvement it entails leads to an increase in self-esteem and the desire to smile, improving mood and confidence.

Recovering function prevents future problems and increases the comfort of a clean, odourless, painless and bleeding-free mouth. All this with the security and guarantee of professional support in your treatment.

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How Oral Rehabilitation works



Oral Cleaning

Dental Treatment


Advantages of oral rehabilitation treatment

Oral rehabilitation helps to restore physiological masticatory function. It stabilises the TMJ (Temporomadibular Joint) and favours the protection of restorations.

This treatment corrects the shape, size, position and colour of the teeth. By strengthening the teeth, it restores functionality to the teeth.

It is a procedure with a long-term approach, using biocompatible and caries-resistant material that also promotes good oral hygiene.

We perform an individualised, facially guided smile design with exceptionally accurate 3D X-rays, which results in a great aesthetic improvement and increased self-esteem.


Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, patients with wear, absence or problems in the joint. However, each case is assessed individually and it is necessary for a professional to determine what type of treatment is necessary to restore masticatory function and aesthetics.

Invasive treatments are always performed under anaesthesia. There is no pain during the treatment. Depending on the type of intervention, slight discomfort may be felt after the procedure.

Depending on whether the origin is inflammatory or muscular. It is generally treated with plates or splints on the upper arch that must be worn at night. The time varies according to the severity of the case, the main objective being to relax the muscles and protect the joint.

It depends entirely on the complexity of the case. The best option is to go for a consultation and get an individualised treatment plan. Simple cases can be resolved in less than a month, while more complex cases can take several months. If it involves surgery or orthodontics, treatment takes longer.

After completing the complete rehabilitation and restoring masticatory function, the restorations protect each other. Therefore, if you do not suffer from any specific disorders, it is sufficient to maintain good oral hygiene and have them cleaned and checked once a year.


Héctor Fernández-Baca Suárez

Specialist in Periodontics, Surgery, Implants, Rehabilitation and TMJ. Course in Dental Aesthetics

Javier Fernández-Baca Suárez

Expert Master's Degree in Dental Aesthetics and Oral Rehabilitation - Specialist in TMJ. Course in surgery, implants and digital dentistry. ​

Héctor Fernández-Baca Ramos

Master's degree in Endodontics from Harvard University.
He has more than 35 years of experience and is a reference in his field.​


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