Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you’ve experienced an injury, trauma, or other dental problem that’s making you feel less confident about the appearance of your teeth, contact your dentist to learn more about the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction. Your restoration may require one or more procedures, but our patients find that reclaiming the appearance of their smile and restoring full dental function is worth the time and effort.
Overview of a Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction refers to a group of procedures and treatments that replace or rebuild all of your teeth. A full mouth reconstruction is recommended for patients with advanced dental needs, including anyone with extensive tooth loss, damaged or broken teeth, very worn teeth, advanced tooth decay, or alignment problems. Veneers, bridges, orthodontic treatments and other restorative procedures are also included in restorative dentistry. After a few appointments, it’s possible to have a beautiful smile that restores your confidence. Get in touch with us for more information.
What Is the Cost for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
As part of a customized plan to restore your smile, a full mouth reconstruction combines several dental procedures. Since our dentists design these plans according to your individual needs, the cost of a full mouth reconstruction will vary for each patient. The cost of your treatment is based on the number of procedures required to complete your restoration, the overall condition of your teeth, and the technology used to reclaim your smile. Our cosmetic dentists understand your concerns about cost, and we are committed to making treatment affordable. Call us today if you have any questions about the cost of your restoration, your insurance coverage, or the variety of payment options available to you.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
To help brighten your smile and remove stains, our dentists offer in-office teeth whitening treatments. You can receive the magnificent smile you’ve always wanted with this quick and affordable treatment.
What Is Professional Teeth Whitening?
At your appointment, the dentist applies a whitening agent to your teeth to remove surface stains and discoloration. Some bleaching gels are activated with a special light. The treatment works well for patients with tooth discoloration caused by smoking or consuming certain foods or beverages, but the treatment will not work on teeth that are discolored due to advanced decay, or certain restorations, such as veneers or crowns. Most whitening treatments are completed in about an hour, and the results occur instantly.
Understanding the Costs of Professional Teeth Whitening
At-home teeth whitening costs less in comparison to in-office whitening, but it will take longer to achieve the results you desire. The cost of your whitening treatment is determined by the level of discoloration on your teeth and how many whitening treatments are needed. Please contact our office to learn more about professional teeth whitening cost.
How Is Take-home Teeth Whitening Done?
It’s possible to attain professional-grade results at a time that works with your busy schedule when you choose a take-home whitening kit. These kits contain whitening gel and special trays that are custom-made to fit your mouth. If you wear the whitening trays consistently, it’s possible to whiten your teeth by several shades in just 14 days. Your dentist will provide you with detailed instructions on how to use your whitening kit at home. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions.
To enhance the look of your smile, consider dental veneers. These natural-looking, affordable appliances are an ideal option for anyone with misshapen or chipped teeth.
What to Know About Dental Veneers
Composed of lightweight pieces of tooth-colored porcelain or composite resin, dental veneers are custom made to adhere to your teeth, creating a natural look. This cosmetic dentistry procedure is a great solution to improve your smile if you have chipped, worn down, unevenly spaced or misaligned teeth.
What Do Dental Veneers Cost?
The amount you are expected to pay for cosmetic dental veneers can vary greatly and depends on what material is used to make the veneer, how many teeth are being restored, and the overall complexity of the procedure. In most cases, veneers aren’t covered by insurance unless it’s considered medically necessary. You may be eligible for a flexible payment plan that allows you to repay your balance in installments. Contact us for more information.
Where Can I Get Porcelain Veneers?
Whether you have teeth that are misaligned, cracked, or chipped, porcelain veneers are a restorative procedure that can give you an attractive, natural-looking smile. Porcelain veneers are lightweight layers of porcelain that are adhered to your natural teeth. You can receive porcelain veneers at our office to revitalize your smile and boost your self confidence.
How Much Will I Pay for Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain is the most common material for veneers since they are durable and natural looking, but they do cost more than composite resin veneers. The cost of your porcelain veneers will vary depending on how many veneers are needed for your teeth and the difficulty of your dental issues. Your dentist will provide you with a cost estimate when you come in for your appointment.