Full Mouth Reconstruction
There are a number of negative factors that can detract from a smile. Over time, problems can get to the point where an intensive treatment plan is required to return the patient’s smile to a healthy and attractive state. A full mouth reconstruction can address multiple issues and have you smiling with confidence again.
How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?
Individual dental issues can often be resolved with specific one-time treatments. But when problems have spread to several or all teeth, a combination of reconstructive services may be required to completely restore a smile. The length of time it will take for a full mouth reconstruction varies widely based on each patient’s case. A full dental reconstruction can help patients who have gum disease, tooth decay, tooth loss, damaged or misshapen teeth and crooked teeth. It might involve the application of crowns, veneers, bridges or dentures. To find out how long it would take for you to complete a full mouth restoration, set up a consultation with our dentists today.
What Does a Typical Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
This type of complex treatment is customized to meet the needs of each patient, and so it’s impossible to say what the cost will be until you’ve met with one of our dentists in Conroe for an assessment. We will provide you with recommendations for the procedures that are most appropriate for you. We’ll also let you know what you can expect from the treatment, including your anticipated full dental reconstruction cost. To get started restoring your smile, please give us a call today.
In-Office Teeth-Whitening Treatment
For a fast, easy way to brighten your teeth and enhance your smile, ask our dentists in Conroe about professional teeth whitening. You can choose between in-office and at-home whitening treatments. To find out more, please give us a call.
Does Professional Teeth Whitening Work?
Over time, a tooth’s enamel can become discolored or stained. This can be due to smoking, drinking stain-causing beverages or experiencing an illness. In some cases, discoloration is simply due to genetics or the natural aging process. Professional in-office tooth whitening uses whitening or bleaching solutions that are significantly stronger than the ones found in whitening toothpastes or store-bought kits. In-office whitening is usually completed in about one hour. The dentist will shield your gums and lips from the gel that is applied to the teeth. Sometimes, a light or laser will be used with the whitening solution.
How Much Does Visiting a Teeth Whitening Dentist Cost?
In-office teeth whitening usually costs more than at-home treatments, but the results you’ll receive from an in-office treatment will be brighter and achieved much faster than what you’d get from an at-home kit. The cost of chair-side treatment depends on the whitening method you choose and the number of treatments you need. Visit us for a consultation, and we’ll be able to provide you with your exact cost.
What Is Take-Home Teeth Whitening?
Take-home kits from our dental office in Conroe provide you with professional-grade results at home. Since you apply the treatment without the direct supervision of a dentist, the cost is often less than what you’d pay for an in-office treatment. For safety reasons, the solution is less concentrated than the in-office gel, but you can expect the same sparkling white results after about two weeks of treatment.
Would you like to improve teeth that are slightly crooked or deeply stained? Dental veneers are an excellent option for improving the appearance of your teeth.
What Are Cosmetic Veneers?
A dental veneer is a thin piece of tooth-colored material that a dentist attaches to the front of a tooth. It is used to enhance the look of the tooth while providing added strength.
How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost?
Dental veneers are custom-made to match the contours of your natural tooth. Your exact veneers cost depends on the number of teeth you are treating and the style of veneer that you choose. Most veneer procedures are considered elective by insurance companies, meaning that they aren’t medically necessary. For that reason, it’s very uncommon to receive insurance coverage for veneers. Our dental office in Conroe understands that most of our patients are paying out of pocket for veneers. Please give us a call to learn about how our financing options may make veneers possible.
What Are Porcelain Veneers?
There are two main types of material used to make dental veneers: composite resin and porcelain. Porcelain, a kind of ceramic material, is often the preferred option for correcting shape or color because it mimics the look of a natural tooth very well. It also tends to be more durable than composite resin.
How Much Do Porcelain Veneers Cost?
Porcelain tends to cost more than composite resin. Even so, it’s often the preferred choice because of its longevity and appearance. The cost of treatment with porcelain veneers will vary based on the number of teeth being treated and whether other issues need to be corrected at the same time. After you meet with a cosmetic dentist for a consultation, you’ll receive a detailed estimate of your porcelain veneers cost.