Full Mouth Dental Implants - Smile Boutique Group, CA

Restore Your Smile and Your Life

Solutions that Complete More than Your Smile

If you’re living with many failing or missing teeth, it may be difficult to imagine life with a functional, beautiful smile. It’s possible with our full mouth solutions! At Smile Boutique Group, we offer dentures, implant supported dentures, and permanent full mouth dental implants in Beverly Hills, Northridge, and Thousand Oaks, CA. With a full set of strong teeth, you’re free to smile, talk, and eat, and live the confident, healthy life you desire! Our experienced dentists have decades of combined experience and with advanced technologies and materials, we can restore your smile and quality of life—often in just a single appointment. Schedule your free consultation today!

Choosing Your Best Full Mouth Restoration

You have three main options to replace all your missing teeth: removable dentures, implant supported dentures, and full mouth dental implants. Dentures may look like natural teeth, but they don’t offer the same level of strength or function. As the least expensive option, we believe dentures are only a temporary solution. Implant supported dentures are removable dentures anchored to the mouth with two or more dental implants. They provide much more stability and can improve both health and function. Full mouth dental implants are your solution if you want a full set of teeth comparable to the real thing. This solution permanently replaces all your missing teeth and provides a complete return to function so you can eat your favorite foods, transform your smile and facial features, and improve your confidence and health! We can help you determine which solution is right for you and your candidacy for each option after a comprehensive consultation.

Removable Dentures

Implant Supported Dentures

Full Mouth Dental Implants 

Your Journey to a Completely Restored Smile

Phase 1: Consultation and Treatment Planning

The first phase of your treatment begins with a comprehensive consultation with our knowledgeable team at one of our state-of-the-art practice locations. Experience our high-end amenities, then discuss your current oral health concerns and your future smile goals. We’ll take digital photographs, CBCT scans, and x-rays to see exactly what’s happening inside your mouth. Using our Zirkonzahn® Face Hunter software, we’ll also create a simulation of what your new teeth and smile will look like before any treatment begins. We’ll use this information to design your new teeth and create the custom guides used during your surgery. This process involves just as much aesthetic design as surgical planning to optimize the natural look and function of your final set of teeth. With both skilled implant surgeons and cosmetic dentists, our team is well-equipped to offer full mouth dental implants and provide you with the smile of your dreams!
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Phase 1: Consultation and Treatment Planning

The first phase of your treatment begins with a comprehensive consultation with our knowledgeable team at one of our state-of-the-art practice locations. Experience our high-end amenities, then discuss your current oral health concerns and your future smile goals. We’ll take digital photographs, CBCT scans, and x-rays to see exactly what’s happening inside your mouth. Using our Zirkonzahn® Face Hunter software, we’ll also create a simulation of what your new teeth and smile will look like before any treatment begins. We’ll use this information to design your new teeth and create the custom guides used during your surgery. This process involves just as much aesthetic design as surgical planning to optimize the natural look and function of your final set of teeth. With both skilled implant surgeons and cosmetic dentists, our team is well-equipped to offer full mouth dental implants and provide you with the smile of your dreams!

Phase 2: Surgery and Temporary Teeth

Your dental implant surgery won’t last very long and will be very precise and predictable, thanks to our use of pre-planned surgical guides. On the day of your surgery, we’ll make you comfortable in one of our immaculate treatment suites, where you can take advantage of our many amenities, including blankets and pillows. Next, we’ll help you feel completely relaxed and comfortable with a custom level of sedation. Though dental implant surgery doesn’t require more than local anesthetic, we offer many types of sedation, including IV sedation, for a relaxing and pain-free procedure that you could even sleep through. Then, using our custom surgical guides, we’ll strategically place the dental implants into your jaw. Many times, the angle and location we place them in your jaw eliminates the need for bone grafting. However, if you need additional surgical procedures such as grafting or teeth extractions, we can generally complete these during this same appointment. Once your dental implants are in place and stable, we’ll attach a temporary bridge of teeth. These will look and function like real teeth and will let you eat, speak, and laugh confidently as your implants heal.
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Phase 2: Surgery and Temporary Teeth

Your dental implant surgery won’t last very long and will be very precise and predictable, thanks to our use of pre-planned surgical guides. On the day of your surgery, we’ll make you comfortable in one of our immaculate treatment suites, where you can take advantage of our many amenities, including blankets and pillows. Next, we’ll help you feel completely relaxed and comfortable with a custom level of sedation. Though dental implant surgery doesn’t require more than local anesthetic, we offer many types of sedation, including IV sedation, for a relaxing and pain-free procedure that you could even sleep through. Then, using our custom surgical guides, we’ll strategically place the dental implants into your jaw. Many times, the angle and location we place them in your jaw eliminates the need for bone grafting. However, if you need additional surgical procedures such as grafting or teeth extractions, we can generally complete these during this same appointment. Once your dental implants are in place and stable, we’ll attach a temporary bridge of teeth. These will look and function like real teeth and will let you eat, speak, and laugh confidently as your implants heal.

Phase 3: Healing and Final Restoration

Your body requires a few months to fully heal after surgery. During this time, your natural bone and the dental implant posts will integrate, creating a strong and stable foundation for your final restoration. When this phase is complete, you’ll return to our office to have the fit of your permanent bridge finalized. This set of teeth has been hand-crafted by skilled and artistic technicians to look, feel, and function exactly like real teeth! This is no one-size-fits-all restoration. Your new smile is perfectly tailored to complement your unique smile, facial features, and personality. When you’re satisfied with how your final teeth look and feel, we’ll permanently attach them to your dental implants. You’ll leave our office with a full set of teeth that will provide you with a lifetime of function, health, and smile aesthetics!
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Phase 3: Healing and Final Restoration

Your body requires a few months to fully heal after surgery. During this time, your natural bone and the dental implant posts will integrate, creating a strong and stable foundation for your final restoration. When this phase is complete, you’ll return to our office to have the fit of your permanent bridge finalized. This set of teeth has been hand-crafted by skilled and artistic technicians to look, feel, and function exactly like real teeth! This is no one-size-fits-all restoration. Your new smile is perfectly tailored to complement your unique smile, facial features, and personality. When you’re satisfied with how your final teeth look and feel, we’ll permanently attach them to your dental implants. You’ll leave our office with a full set of teeth that will provide you with a lifetime of function, health, and smile aesthetics!
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Why dental implants are the best solution for replacing a single tooth or a full arch of teeth

An Affordable New Smile

Your full mouth rehabilitation cost will vary depending on many factors, including the solution you choose, the current state of your mouth, and if you need preliminary procedures. As imagined, removable dentures are the least expensive option for replacing no teeth, while full mouth dental implants have the highest price tag beginning at $16,000. It’s important to understand your goals for replacing your teeth. A temporary solution that looks natural is in removable dentures. If you’re looking to restore nearly 100 percent of your daily function and improve your quality of life, permanent solutions with dental implants are your best choice. We’ll help you determine which option is best, then help you fit it within whatever budget you have. We accept certain dental insurances and can assist you in maximizing your benefits. We also partner with CareCredit® and Proceed Finance, two third-party financing companies that offer low monthly payment plans for qualifying patients. With our help, you can afford a new smile and change your life with full mouth dental implants!