Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you have numerous dental problems that are affecting your smile and making you feel less confident, ask your dentist for more details about a full mouth reconstruction. Although it may require more than one procedure, reconstructing your smile can help you restore the health and beauty of your smile.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Overview
A full mouth reconstruction includes a combination of procedures and treatments that are designed to rebuild and restore all of your teeth. Our patients receive full mouth reconstructions for a variety of reasons, such as advanced decay, bite problems, severe tooth loss, or teeth that are very worn down. A full mouth reconstruction can also straighten your teeth with orthodontic treatments, bridges, veneers, or other restorative work. Reconstructions are also an ideal solution for anyone who has suffered a traumatic injury to their mouth or teeth. Take the first step in revitalizing your smile. Call us now for more information.
Understanding Full Mouth Reconstruction Costs
For most patients, multiple procedures are involved in a full mouth reconstruction. These procedures are created with your oral health goals in mind, and they can vary for each patient. The overall health of your mouth, the technology used during treatment, and the number of restorations needed to reclaim your natural smile are all taken into consideration when determining your expected costs. Concerns about the cost of your full mouth reconstruction are understandable, but our dentists are committed to making dental care affordable for every patient. We encourage you to contact us with any questions you have about your expected costs, whether your treatment is covered by insurance, or other payment options.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
If you’d like to whiten your teeth and improve your smile, our office offers teeth whitening treatments. It’s a quick and affordable way to whiten your teeth by several shades.
What Happens During Professional Teeth Whitening?
Our in-office teeth whitening treatment only takes about an hour, and your results are immediate. The procedure involves applying a high concentration bleaching gel to your teeth, which may be activated by light. Anyone whose teeth are stained from smoking or eating and drinking certain foods and beverages are considered ideal candidates for professional teeth whitening. Whitening will not work on teeth that are discolored due to decay or injury, fillings, crowns, or artificial teeth.
Cost for Professional Teeth Whitening
Compared to at-home whitening kits, in-office teeth whitening usually costs more. However, many of our patients have found that the higher cost is worth the investment to achieve longer-lasting results in less time. The severity of your tooth discoloration and how many whitening treatments you need can affect the total cost of teeth whitening. Schedule an appointment with one of our cosmetic dentists for more information about your expected costs.
What Does Take-Home Teeth Whitening Entail?
With our take-home whitening kits, you can achieve professional-grade whitening in the privacy and comfort of your home. Each kit contains custom-made trays and bleaching gel to gently remove stains from your teeth. When worn regularly over 14 days, it’s possible to brighten your teeth by several shades. The instructions may be different for each kit, so be sure to consult with your dentist if you have any questions.
Dental veneers are an ideal solution for anyone looking to feel more confident about their smile. These affordable, attractive appliances offer a solution for chipped or missing teeth.
What Are Dental Veneers?
Dental veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or composite resin that are made to fit the unique shape of your natural teeth. Dental veneers are recommended for anyone with teeth that are unevenly spaced, worn down, chipped, or misaligned.
Average Cost of Dental Veneers?
Your total cost to get veneers is determined by several factors, such as the number of teeth being restored, the complexity of the procedure, and what material is used to make the veneer. Unless it’s considered a medically necessary procedure, insurance companies will usually not cover the cost of veneers. We may have options to make the cost of veneers more affordable. Please contact us to learn more.
How Do Porcelain Veneers Work?
Porcelain veneers consist of lightweight layers of porcelain and are custom designed to adhere to the unique shape of your teeth. This cosmetic dentistry procedure can correct a variety of dental problems, such as worn down, chipped, misaligned, or discolored teeth.
How Much Do Porcelain Veneers Cost?
The total cost of porcelain veneers is usually higher than veneers made from composite resin, but porcelain veneers are a popular choice because they are more natural looking and may last twice as long. Overall, the cost to get porcelain veneers depends on a variety of factors, such as the severity of your dental problems and the number of teeth being treated. During your visit, the dentist will provide you an estimate of your anticipated costs.