brunette woman in a yellow shirt smiles after full-mouth reconstruction at Optima Dental Spa in the Pacific Northwest

Should I Get a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

August 8, 2020 4:41 am | Published by

Full-mouth reconstruction has empowered many patients with serious dental conditions to achieve a healthy, fully-functional smile that also looks completely natural. Our team at Optima Dental Spa has seen firsthand how full-mouth reconstruction can dramatically improve a patient’s wellness, lifestyle, and confidence.

This specialized type of dentistry involves creating a customized treatment plan from a range of restorative and cosmetic dental services to best suit the patient’s needs.

Presence of Dental Issues

Each patient who opts for full-mouth reconstruction is coming to us with a unique case. That being said, there are some common dental issues that may make you a good candidate for this type of dentistry. These issues can appear individually or they can appear in some combination with each other. Are you dealing with any of the following?

  • Missing teeth
  • Loose teeth
  • Advanced gum disease
  • Advanced tooth decay
  • Severe tooth discoloration or staining
  • Dental abscess
  • Jaw joint disorder

Trauma, dental disease, genetic conditions, and other damage may cause a patient to think their smile is in such a serious condition that nothing can be done. But with full-mouth reconstruction, Optima Dental Spa can improve both the appearance and function of your smile.

Your Current Health

Before you’re approved for full-mouth reconstruction, we will review your medical and health history. This is because it might be necessary to address certain issues like an infection before giving the green light to perform other dental procedures. Doing so ensures the overall success of the full-mouth reconstruction.

During your consultation, we will also discuss your lifestyle and your budget. Check out our financial page to explore our payment options!

If you think you could benefit from full-mouth reconstruction, contact one of our locations in the Pacific Northwest. We’ll perform an evaluation to determine your candidacy and set you on the path toward better oral health and improved confidence.

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