Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstructions are different from smile makeovers because they address oral health issues along with aesthetics. Accident victims also can take advantage of full mouth reconstructions in order to have all dental needs taken care of in as few appointments as possible.
How Can a Full Mouth Reconstruction Help Me?
Avoiding needed dental work has long-term consequences. An untreated cavity can lead to an extraction. The gap can cause your teeth to shift and more problems to start occurring. A full mouth reconstruction treatment plan can get you back on track. Our nonjudgmental dentist can help you to see how we can restore your oral health and give you the dazzling smile that you haven’t seen in years. Call us today to arrange a consultation.
How Can I Pay for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Everyone pays a different fee for a full mouth reconstruction, since everyone has unique needs. Restorations play a large role in determining the cost, as dentures will cost less than implants and so on. If you have dental insurance, it is likely to pay a portion of the procedures related to your oral health. Our staff can help you understand your insurance coverage. We can offer financing options for the entire cost or to help with your insurance co-pay.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Would you like sparkling white teeth? You would be amazed at how much younger you look with bright white teeth. Age tends to yellow teeth. Many of our patients do not realize how stained their teeth were before having a teeth whitening treatment because the stains accumulate gradually.
How Does a Dentist Whiten Teeth?
A dentist whitens teeth with a professional-grade bleaching gel that removes stains from your teeth caused by food, beverages and tobacco. If you have stains inside your teeth, such as those caused by decay or trauma, our dentist may suggest veneers to hide these stains. The treatment usually takes approximately an hour and you will notice the results immediately.
What Does an In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment Cost?
In-office whitening, or chairside whitening, does cost more that DIY products. However, the results are may look more like your natural teeth. Schedule your consultation with our teeth whitening dentists who will look at the severity of the staining and the number of treatments that you will need before quoting a price. The teeth whitening system that our dentist selects for your treatment also affects your teeth whitening cost.
What Are Take-home, Tray-based Whitening Kits?
At-home teeth whitening kits contain strong bleaching gel and a customized tray. Our dentists may send a patient home with a kit after an in-office treatment; however, the kit can also replace an in-office treatment. If you are interested in teeth whitening at home, call our office for more information.
People with flawless smiles often achieve the look with veneers. They are a staple for restoring discolored or misaligned teeth without invasive procedures. The veneers can be quite affordable, and are not out of reach for the patient who wants an unblemished smile promptly.
What’s a Cosmetic Veneer?
A veneer is a wafer thin cover attached to the front of your tooth. It can hide imperfections in color, alignment and size. You can select from composite or porcelain veneers. Don’t worry, our dentist will explain the pros and cons of each type of veneer. No matter which type you choose, you will care for your veneers just as you care for your other teeth. Call our office to schedule a consultation with our dentist if you are interested in veneers.
What Do Dental Veneers Cost Without Insurance?
Dental insurance rarely pays for veneers since they are a cosmetic expense. At Ideal Dental of La Cantera, we may be able to help with financing so you can have an attractive smile now, while spreading the payments out over several months. Contact us for additional information.
Do Porcelain Veneers Look Like Natural Teeth?
Since they are semi-transparent, porcelain veneers very closely resemble natural teeth. Your colleagues and friends will not be able to tell your porcelain veneer from any of your other teeth. Our dentist can show you both types on veneers so you can see the difference for yourself.
Are Porcelain Veneers Worth the Extra Cost?
Natural-looking porcelain veneers are strong and they will last longer than veneers made from composite resin. Porcelain veneers come from a dental lab, so you will need two appointments with our dentist, which adds to the cost. Our dentist can help you decide if porcelain veneers are the right choice for you. Call today to schedule an appointment with our cosmetic dentist.