Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dealing with multiple cosmetic dental issues can cause you to lose your confidence. If your dental problems are making you feel blue, ask your dentist about full mouth dental reconstruction surgery. After your reconstruction is complete, we think you will be very pleased with the results.
What Do I Need To Know About Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?
A full mouth dental reconstruction is a long-term, strategically planned process that will eventually restore all of your teeth. This will occur over the course of multiple procedures. Some of the procedures your dentist may decide to include as part of the reconstruction process are bridges, veneers, implants and other restorative work. Full mouth reconstructions are advised in cases where a patient has suffered from severe tooth loss, worn down teeth, bite issues, extensive decay or a traumatic injury to the mouth or teeth. If you think that a full mouth reconstruction is the solution to your cosmetic dental woes, give our office a call.
What Will Be My Costs for A Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Your bill for your full mouth reconstruction may differ significantly from another person’s bill. This is due to the customized nature of a dental reconstruction surgery. Variables such as the health of your teeth, the kind of work you need done and how many procedures are needed in order to achieve your desired result will impact the amount of your bill. To help you afford your full mouth dental reconstruction, we offer an array of payment options. We also accept a number of different dental insurance plans. Contact our dentists in for additional information on how you can make your full mouth reconstruction more affordable.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Do you want to stop people in their tracks with a brilliant and sparkling smile? A professional teeth whitening treatment from one of our skilled cosmetic dentists in can help you to achieve your dental aesthetic goals.
Should I Have Professional Teeth Whitening Treatments Done?
If you are a smoker or a frequent coffee or tea drinker, you may want to consider having professional teeth whitening treatments done by your dentist. These habitual activities frequently lead to yellowed and discolored teeth. During your whitening appointment, the dentist will apply bleaching gel to your teeth. This gel is specially formulated to eliminate both the surface stains and the deep stains from your teeth. Whitening treatments generally take about an hour to complete and you will notice results right away.
Can You Tell Me What Teeth Whitening Treatment Prices Are?
Like most dental treatments, the cost of teeth whitening will vary depending on a variety of factors. These include how severely your teeth are stained, how many treatment sessions you will need and the type of treatment that your dentist utilizes. If you’re still undecided about whether or not you should pursue in-office teeth whitening treatments, schedule a consultation with one of our dentists to discuss the pros and cons of professional whitening services.
Do You Offer Take-Home Teeth Whitening Kits?
Less severe instances of tooth discoloration can be treated at home with one of our take-home whitening kits. If your dentist decides that this is a good option for you, be sure to follow all of the instructions that are given to you, as each kit may have different directions. Most kits consist of custom-fitted trays and bleaching gel that you will have to use for two weeks. After the two weeks are up, you will probably notice a significant difference in the color of your teeth.
We take great pride in offering our patients high-quality, affordable dental veneers. Veneers are an excellent option for patients who have missing, crooked or misshapen teeth.
How Do I Know If I Need Dental Veneers?
If you have unsightly gaps between your teeth, misaligned teeth, chipped teeth or worn away teeth, then you may want to consider getting cosmetic dental veneers. Veneers are fitted to your natural teeth and are often made of composite resin or porcelain.
How Much Do Cosmetic Veneers Cost?
Composite resin veneers are usually more affordable than porcelain veneers. What you will owe after your treatment will depend upon your overall oral health, the number of veneers being installed and the type of veneers you choose to use. While cosmetic veneers usually aren’t covered by dental insurance, we provide our patients with financing options. If you would like more information on getting veneers put in, book an appointment with us by picking up the phone today.
How Do Porcelain Laminate Veneers Work?
Porcelain laminate dental veneers are fitted and placed on your natural teeth. They are incredibly durable and look identical to your teeth.
What Do Cosmetic Porcelain Veneers Cost?
Porcelain dental veneers tend to have a higher cost than veneers that are made from other materials. Despite the cost, many of our patients prefer the look of porcelain veneers. If you decide to have porcelain veneers, your bill will be determined by factors like your oral health and how many veneers you want put in.