Full Mouth Reconstruction – Hillsboro, OR

Completely Transform Your Smile

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Whether you’ve been struggling with decayed, damaged, or otherwise imperfect teeth for a few months or several years, you may have forgotten what it feels like to smile confidently or chew pain-free. The good news is that even dire situations, like advanced tooth loss, doesn’t mean a fully functional and absolutely beautiful smile is out-of-reach. With a full mouth reconstruction in Hillsboro, our team can completely transform your smile with a streamlined treatment plan. You can learn more about the process by scheduling an appointment with our team or reading on!

Why Choose Wolfe Dental Hillsboro for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

  • Highly Trained Dental Team
  • Virtual Smile Design Technology
  • Early Morning, Lunchtime, and Afternoon Hours

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

Although full mouth reconstructions vary from patient to patient, the overall goal is the same: to improve dental function, enhance oral health, and boost the appearance of one’s smile. So, if you’re struggling with teeth that are decayed, damaged, chipped, cracked, or fractured, this smile-transforming treatment may be right for you! The best way to find out is by scheduling a consultation with our skilled Hillsboro dentists.

The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process

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Naturally, the first step of the full mouth reconstruction process is your consultation. During this visit, our talented dentists will have a chance to learn about your concerns, conduct a dental exam, and take a few X-rays, all of which will help our team determine the best course of action. Before creating your treatment plan, we will review your available options and discuss the pros of each. When we’ve come to a conclusion on what’s needed – from restorative treatments like dental crowns and dental implants to cosmetic solutions like veneers – we will get to work on finalizing the details of your treatment plan. From there, we will have an idea of the exact timeline, allowing us to schedule your following appointments. Before you know it, you’ll be well on your way to your new and improved smile!

Understanding the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Since full mouth reconstructions look different for each patient, the price looks different as well. Don’t worry though – our team will go the extra mile to make sure the cost estimate is as accurate and transparent as possible. Plus, we welcome dental insurance from Delta Dental, Aetna, Cigna, and many others, ensuring our knowledgeable team can help you utilize any available benefits towards your full mouth reconstruction. Don’t have dental insurance? That’s okay! We also have an in-house membership plan, happily accept flexible financing with CareCredit, and offer periodic special offers.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQs

Because a full-mouth reconstruction has the potential to be a very involved process, patients typically have a lot of questions about it. You’re welcome to ask us anything and everything that is on your mind, but first, be sure to look over our responses to some of the most common questions we receive below.

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How long will my full-mouth reconstruction take?

Typically, a full-mouth reconstruction can be completed over the course of multiple appointments that may stretch across a matter of weeks or even months depending on the extent of the work that’s needed. Very complicated ones can even take closer to a year if dental implants are involved. After we see you in person for a consultation, we’ll be able to give you a much more concrete estimate so you know what to expect.

Can I get just part of a full-mouth reconstruction rather than the whole procedure?

A full-mouth reconstruction involves multiple procedures working together to achieve the final result, and it’s usually unwise to skip a particular treatment in order to save money or time. In short, every part of the process is influenced by the others. If we fix everything except a patient’s crooked teeth, for example, this can lead to accelerated tooth wear and jaw pain that will need to eventually be addressed. Instead, we’d rather take care of everything at once to prevent further problems (and expense) down the line.

What will I need to do after my full-mouth reconstruction?

Because a full-mouth reconstruction is designed to “reset” your oral health and appearance, after one is complete, it’s all a matter of maintenance. Thankfully, you’re probably already familiar with the best practices, which consist of brushing twice a day and flossing once, minimizing the sugar in your diet, and coming to see us for regular checkups and cleanings. With these simple steps, you can ensure that your results last a lifetime.

Am I too old for a full-mouth reconstruction?

There is no upper age limit for a full-mouth reconstruction! In fact, many patients who could benefit from this procedure are 50+ and need help either because they couldn’t afford routine dental care over the years or had anxiety that prevented them from seeing a dentist. Whether someone is a teen, a senior, or somewhere in between, we can tailor our approach accordingly so they end up with a healthy, attractive smile that can be trusted to stand the test of time.