Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dental problems can make you feel less confident and negatively affect your smile. If you’re experiencing dental issues, ask your dentist about how you can benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. A dental reconstruction may require multiple procedures, but our patients typically find that investing in their oral health is worth the effort.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction includes a wide range of restorative dentistry treatments that can rebuild your smile. Our patients receive a full mouth reconstruction for a variety of reasons, such as tooth loss, advanced decay, a misaligned bite, or teeth that are extremely worn. Reconstructions can also include orthodontics, veneers, and bridges. Our dentists may recommend a full mouth reconstruction for patients who have experienced a serious injury to their mouth or teeth. Call us now for more information about the benefits of a full reconstruction of your mouth.
How Much Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
A full mouth reconstruction combines several dental procedures as part of a customized plan to restore your smile. Our dentists create these plans based on your individual needs, so the cost of a full mouth reconstruction will vary for each patient. The cost of your treatment is based on the overall condition of your teeth, the number of procedures required to complete your restoration, and the technology used to reclaim your smile. At our clinic, we understand your concerns about the cost of your full mouth reconstruction. Please contact us if you have any questions about the cost of treatment, your insurance, or payment options.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Our clinic offers professional teeth whitening treatments to help brighten your smile. This quick and affordable treatment can whiten your teeth by several shades to give you the dazzling smile you’ve always wanted.
What Is Professional Teeth Whitening?
Professional teeth whitening is a simple procedure in which your dentist uses a concentrated bleaching gel to remove stains and discoloration from your teeth. Depending on the type of bleaching gel used by your dentist, it may be light activated. Although in-office whitening is ideal for patients with tooth discoloration caused by smoking or consuming certain foods or beverages, you should know that whitening will not affect or change the color of teeth that are discolored due to advanced decay. Even some restorations, such as veneers or crowns, are immune to whitenting treatments. Most whitening treatments are completed in about an hour, and the results are visible instantly.
What Does Professional Teeth Whitening Cost?
In-office teeth whitening costs more than whitening treatments performed at home, but it’s important to keep in mind that the results from an in-office treatment last longer. The cost of your teeth whitening depends on the number of whitening treatments you need and the severity of your tooth discoloration. For more information about teeth whitening prices, contact our office for more information.
What Is Take-home Teeth Whitening?
With our take-home whitening kits, it’s possible for you to achieve professional-grade whitening in the comfort of your home. An at-home whitening kit contains custom-fitted trays and bleaching gel. When worn consistently over a two-week period, your smile can become several shades lighter. Since the instructions can vary for each kit, we encourage you to contact your dentist if you have any questions.
With affordable dental veneers from our dental practice, you can achieve the smile you’ve always wanted. Veneers are a great option for anyone with missing or misshapen teeth.
What Problems Are Dental Veneers Used to Correct?
Dental veneers consist of a very thin shell of composite resin or tooth-colored porcelain that are specially designed to fit over your natural teeth. Our dentists recommend dental veneers for patients with worn down, misaligned, chipped, or unevenly spaced teeth.
What Do Dental Veneers Cost?
The cost to get veneers depends on a variety of factors, such as the complexity of the restoration, the number of teeth being restored, and what materials are used to make the veneer. Since most insurance companies consider dental veneers a cosmetic treatment, they usually aren’t covered by insurance. The only time veneers might be covered is if they are considered medically necessary. However, financing options or flexible payment plans may be available at our clinic. Please contact us for more information.
What Are Porcelain Veneers?
If you’re looking to improve your smile, you may be a candidate for porcelain veneers, which are ultra-thin shells of porcelain that are placed over your natural teeth. Porcelain veneers are very strong and durable, and they are a quick and easy solution for many dental problems, such as cracks, chips, and misalignment issues.
What Do Porcelain Veneers Cost?
Compared to veneers made of composite resin, porcelain veneers usually cost more. However, since they are extremely durable and look just like your natural teeth, they are a popular choice for many patients. The cost to get porcelain veneers will be different for each patient and depends on your specific dental issues and how many teeth need correction. When you come in for your consultation, you’ll learn more about what you can expect during treatment and receive an estimate of your total costs.