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Full-Mouth Reconstruction

March 16, 2021 7:30 pm | Published by



Full Mouth Smile Reconstruction

If you live in the Pacific Northwest and need a full-mouth reconstruction, it will be worth your time to visit one of our dental spas. This is the type of specialized dentistry that requires extra training and experience to recreate a healthy, functional smile. There are many reasons why a patient might need all of their teeth restored or replaced with a full-mouth reconstruction. Trauma, genetic defects, long-term decay, or other types of damage are a few examples. Whatever the reason, we have multiple treatments available to rebuild your smile.



Because each case is completely unique, each reconstruction will be highly individualized. The treatment is planned with consideration given to the health of the entire mouth–including the bite, the jaw, the gums and the teeth. Any of the following services could be used to provide rehabilitation of your smile. Full-mouth reconstruction is really an art form because the goal is to restore full functionality as well as providing a smile that looks completely natural. There’s nothing quite as satisfying to a dentist as seeing the joy on a patient’s face the first time they look in a mirror and see their brand new smile.
Dental Treatment Options

These surgically implanted titanium posts mimic an actual tooth root. Click Here to learn more.

This is made of composite tooth-colored material & placed on a dental implant. Click Here to learn more. 

These realistic looking replacement options can replace a full or partial arch of teeth and can be attached using implants or adhesives. Click Here to learn more.

This string of artificial teeth is anchored to the jaw with dental implants. Numerous dental bridges can be used together in a full-mouth restoration. Click Here to learn more.

These thin sheets are bonded to natural teeth to correct imperfections. Click Here to learn more.

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Optima Dental Spa offers IV sedation for our patients who are undergoing a considerable amount of dental reconstruction and surgery. Your comfort is important to us so be sure to discuss your needs during your consultation.



A full-mouth reconstruction is obviously one of the most extensive types of dental treatment plans. Our dentists will design your plan within the confines of your budget and we will discuss with you the different payment options we offer. It is often possible to create your new smile in phases to make it easier on your budget. Depending on the reasons a full-mouth reconstruction is necessary, your dental insurance might cover a portion of the cost. All of these details can be worked out during the consultation process and everything will be explained before treatment begins.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction 101

September 21, 2019 8:00 am | Published by
Brunette woman smiles and holds up a magnifying glass to her full mouth reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction allows us to completely reinvent your smile, replacing each and every tooth. It can be a fantastic solution to a variety of dental problems, but it’s not for everyone. In this blog post, we’ll explore what a full mouth reconstruction entails, and who can benefit from it.

Breaking Down the Options

The direction that the reconstruction process will take is completely unique to each patient and their condition. There are a variety of different components that we incorporate into the restoration process:

  • CEREC crowns are realistic-looking dental crowns that are made in-office during your visit. The quick process produces a durable, reliable cap that will completely cover your natural tooth, protecting it and masking damage.
  • Porcelain veneers are incredibly thin, super strong shells of porcelain that are custom-made to fit snugly over teeth. They are used to cover the surface to hide imperfections while providing a natural, seamless look.
  • Dental implants are a popular way to replace teeth because they feel and look natural. Implants involve an artificial tooth root that is fused with the jaw. Once healed, a custom restoration is attached. They help prevent bone loss after tooth loss, and can be used to stabilize dentures.
  • Bridges can also be used to reconstruct part of the smile. A bridge relies on two or more crowns, which provide the support to hold up the restoration. Alternatively, dental implants can be used to secure a bride.

Understanding the Need

If you’re dissatisfied with your smile, a full reconstruction sounds great, right? Well it’s quite an undertaking, and it’s not a fit for everyone. People who may be good candidates for a full mouth reconstruction are those with multiple missing teeth, multiple worn down or broken teeth, and chronic headaches and/or jaw pain with a root cause in the mouth. Our expert smile team will assess your mouth and overall health and wellbeing before determining your eligibility for a total mouth reconstruction.

Full Mouth Reconstruction in Lake Oswego & Portland, OR

Sound like something that could suit your needs? Give us a call to schedule a consultation and we’ll let you know what we can do to transform your smile.


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