Full Mouth Reconstruction
If damaged teeth are affecting your self confidence and disrupting your daily life, ask your dentist how a full mouth reconstruction can restore your teeth to a healthy state. Multiple procedures typically are involved in most full mouth reconstructions, but our patients find that it’s a worthwhile investment in their oral health.
What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Entail?
The term “full mouth reconstruction” refers to multiple restorative procedures that can rebuild your smile. A full mouth reconstruction can be performed to correct numerous dental problems, such as teeth that are extremely worn, extensive tooth loss, advanced decay, and a misaligned bite. Reconstructions can also include orthodontics, veneers, and bridges, which correct many different issues. As well, full mouth reconstructions are also recommended for people who have sustained a serious injury to their mouth or teeth. If you’re thinking about restoring your smile with a full mouth reconstruction, call us now for more information.
Cost for a Full Mouth Reconstruction
Restoring your smile typically requires multiple procedures, so the cost of your full mouth reconstruction depends on the customized treatment plan determined by your dentist. Your expected costs for a full mouth reconstruction can vary depending on the technology used to restore your teeth, the overall health of your mouth, and how many procedures are required to complete your restoration. We understand that you may be concerned about the costs of your treatment, but our dentists are determined to make a full mouth reconstruction affordable. Get in touch with our office to learn more about your expected costs and if your treatment will be covered by insurance. We might be able to offer different payment options, depending on your treatment goals and situation.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Our in-office teeth whitening treatment is a fast and affordable way to enhance your smile and brighten your teeth. With this professional service, it’s possible to whiten your teeth by several shades.
What’s Professional Teeth Whitening?
Our in-office whitening procedure usually takes less than an hour to complete, and your teeth will be noticeably whiter immediately following treatment. During the procedure, a whitening gel that removes deep and surface stains is applied to your teeth. This gel may be light activated depending on the formula used by your dentist. People whose teeth are stained from smoking or consuming certain foods or beverages are ideal candidates for the procedure. However, the procedure will not whiten all types of teeth, including crowns, fillings, or teeth that are discolored from decay or injury.
Professional Teeth Whitening Costs
In-office teeth whitening is more expensive than take-home whitening treatments. However, it’s important to consider that the results from an in-office whitening treatment last longer and can remove stains quickly. How much you pay for teeth whitening depends on the the severity of your tooth discoloration and the number of whitening treatments you need. Contact our office for more information about teeth whitening prices.
Take-Home Teeth Whitening Overview
Our take-home kits offer a more relaxed approach to teeth whitening since you can receive professional results in the privacy of your own home. Each kit contains custom-fitted trays and bleaching gel, and when worn consistently over 14 days, you can whiten your teeth by several shades. Your dentist will provide instructions on how to use your at-home whitening kit, but you should contact us if you have any questions.
Our dentists in League City offer dental veneers so you can achieve the smile you’ve always wanted. These appliances are durable, affordable, and are a great option for anyone with chipped or misshapen teeth.
Overview of Dental Veneers?
Made of tooth-colored porcelain or composite resin, dental veneers are lightweight shells that are custom designed to adhere to your natural teeth. Dental veneers are recommended for patients with worn down, misaligned, chipped, or unevenly spaced teeth.
How Much for Dental Veneers?
There are a number of factors that influence your cosmetic veneers cost, including which material is used to create the veneer, the overall difficulty of the procedure, and how many teeth require a restoration. For most patients, veneers aren’t covered by insurance because they’re considered a cosmetic treatment, but we may have other resources available. Give us a call to learn more about flexible payment options.
Where Can I Receive Porcelain Veneers?
At our dental clinic, we offer porcelain veneers to create the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted. Porcelain veneers are very thin shells made of porcelain, which are placed over your natural teeth. Porcelain veneers are an excellent long-term solution for many dental problems, such as cracks, gaps, and misalignment issues.
Expected Cost of Porcelain Veneers
In comparison to composite veneers, porcelain veneers typically cost more. However, since they are very durable and have a natural-looking appearance, they are a common choice for many patients. The cost to get porcelain veneers depends on each patient’s specific needs, including how many teeth need correction and the difficulty of your dental issues. When you come in for your appointment, you’ll learn more about what you can expect during treatment. We will also give you an estimate of your total costs at this time.