Full Dental Reconstruction
If you have multiple dental issues or have sustained extensive damage to your teeth, a full mouth dental reconstruction may be the answer to your problem. Our dentists can recommend a series of procedures that will help you regain your smile so that you can eat and smile with confidence again.
How Is a Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction Performed?
Instead of focusing on one tooth or issue, a full mouth reconstruction involves a series of procedures to address all of your dental issues simultaneously. A full reconstruction is typically performed on patients who have extensive tooth loss, badly decayed or damaged teeth, or who have significant bite problems. Bridges, veneers, and other types of “instant orthodontics” are often used to replace missing teeth, correct flaws in the aesthetics of the teeth, or reinforce unstable teeth. If you are unhappy with your smile, contact our office today to find out if a full mouth reconstruction is right for you.
What Is the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The cost of your reconstruction depends on a number of factors, including the types of procedures needed, the number of procedures required, and the overall health of your teeth. Following your initial consultation, the dentist will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve your dental health goals. At this time, the dentist will also tell you the exact cost of your treatment. Our staff will work with you to find ways to make your treatment as affordable as possible.
Professional Teeth Whitening Services
If your teeth are starting to look dingy and yellow instead of pearly white, professional teeth whitening may be the answer for you. Using a fast and affordable procedure, our dentists can remove years of built-up stains and make your teeth several shades whiter.
How Is Professional Teeth Whitening Performed?
The dentist uses a specially formulated bleaching gel to lift the stains from the teeth. Depending on the specific product used, the gel may have to be activated using light. The procedure is normally completed within an hour, and you will notice the results right away. Unlike, over-the-counter white strips and other treatments, our professional-grade products target deep stains as well as surface stains. Professional teeth whitening treatments are effective at removing stains caused by smoking or consuming certain foods and beverages. Professional teeth whitening is not appropriate for restored teeth or teeth that are discolored due to decay or other internal issues. Call today to find out more about how our professional teeth whitening services can help you achieve a more radiant smile.
How Much Will I Pay for Professional Teeth Whitening?
The final cost of your treatment will depend on the severity of the discoloration as well as the number of treatments required. Our staff will discuss cost and payment options with you following your consultation. In general, professional teeth whitening is more expensive than at-home and over-the-counter treatments, but the results are typically better and last longer.
What Types of At-Home Teeth Whitening Products Do You Offer?
We do offer at-home teeth whitening kits that use a professional-grade bleaching agent similar to what we use in the office. You apply the gel to your teeth using custom-fitted trays. After using the product consistently for a couple of weeks, your teeth should be several shades whiter.
If your teeth are generally healthy but aren’t as aesthetically pleasing as you would like, durable dental veneers are an effective and affordable way to correct those cosmetic imperfections.
What Are Dental Veneers?
Dental veneers are constructed from thin pieces of porcelain or composite resin and are affixed to the surface of the existing tooth to correct teeth that are misaligned, misshapen, or abnormally spaced.
How Much Do You Charge for Dental Veneers?
The final cost of your treatment depends on the complexity of your dental issues, the type of veneer used, and the number of veneers required. It is important to note that most insurance plans consider veneers a cosmetic procedure, so your treatment may not be covered unless it is deemed a medical necessity. We do offer convenient financing plans that can make the cost of your treatment more affordable.
What Types of Dental Veneers Do You Offer?
Our Baytown dentists offer both porcelain and composite resin veneers. Porcelain veneers are more expensive, but they are extremely durable and provide natural-looking results. Composite resin veneers are a more affordable option, but they are more susceptible to damage than porcelain.
Are Porcelain Veneers Expensive?
The dentist will help you choose the best option based on your budget and treatment goals. Call today to schedule a consultation.