at Optima Dental Spa
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.Gallery of Smiles
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.
These realistic looking replacement options can replace a full or partial arch of teeth and can be attached using implants or adhesives.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.Learn More
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.See Sedation Options
Your New Smile
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.Financial Options