Full mouth rehabilitation entails the performance of all the procedures necessary to produce healthy, esthetic, well functioning, and self-maintaining masticatory mechanism. Occlusal rehabilitation therefore involves restoring the dentate or a partially dentate mouth. The aim is to provide an orderly pattern of occlusal contact and articulation that will optimize oral function, occlusal stability and esthetics.Various factors, general and specific recommendation and procedural steps of occlusal rehabilitation have been discussed. We must also remember that not all patients can be successfully treated with a single preconceived treatment philosophy. Satisfactorily restoring a patient to a state of physiologic health is a challenge that requires that the clinician not only be an acute diagnostician but also a master of a wide range of treatment modalities.