Full Mouth and Bite Restoration are recommended to patients when simple fillings or an individual crown cannot suffice the requirement. In certain situations, like poor bite, aggressive tooth wear, accidents to the mouth, advanced decay, etc. it becomes necessary for the whole mouth to be redone in what is called “full mouth reconstruction.” The teeth, gums, jaw muscles, and jaw joints are part of a system referred to as the Masticatory system and all parts of this system interact with each other. Excessive mechanical stress may occur from outside traumas, but the common reason is misfit of the upper and lower teeth. This condition is called a bite problem. The treatment will at first reduce the cause of mechanical stress to a level to stop further structural damage & eliminate pain. Then the damaged structures are repaired by altering the bite, restoration of teeth or TMJ surgery.