Reconstruction of the Entire Mouth
For individuals suffering from multiple, complex dental issues, a full mouth reconstruction may be the most effective way in which to restore the health and appearance of the teeth. Our dentists are able to devise a customized treatment plan that will systematically restore your smile.
What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Entail?
In most cases, a full mouth reconstruction involves a series of procedures performed over a period of weeks or months. Different techniques, such as bridges, veneers, and crowns, are used to reinforce the structure of the teeth and improve cosmetic imperfections. This does involve a rather significant commitment on the part of the patient. Most patients find that it is worth it to be able to smile and eat with confidence. The process is normally used to address tooth loss, decay, bite issues, and abnormal wearing of the teeth. A full mouth reconstruction can also be used to repair tooth damage resulting from injuries to the face and mouth.
How Much Will I Be Charged for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Each patient’s needs and treatment goals are unique, so the cost can vary from person to person. Ultimately, the complexity of your dental issues along with the number and types of procedures performed will determine the final cost. We never want cost to stand in the way of a patient receiving essential dental care, so we will work with you to find treatment and payment options that fit within your budget. Take the first step toward a better smile by scheduling a consultation with one of our dentists today.
Teeth Whitening Options
Cosmetic teeth whitening treatments are an effective way to remove years of stains from your teeth. We offer in-office and at-home teeth whitening options that can brighten your teeth by several shades.
How Does Professional Teeth Whitening Work?
During an in-office teeth whitening procedure, the dentist applies a professional-grade bleaching gel to the surface of the teeth. In some cases, a special light is used to activate the gel. As the gel removes both deep and surface stains, the teeth become several shades whiter. The process normally takes about an hour to complete. Professional teeth whitening treatments are an effective way to remove the most common types of discoloration caused by smoking, foods, and beverages. Teeth whitening is not appropriate for use on reconstructed teeth or teeth that are discolored because of damage or decay.
How Much Will I Be Charged for In-Office Teeth Whitening?
You will pay more for an in-office treatment than you would for at-home or over-the-counter alternatives. We find that most patients believe the results are better and worth the extra expense. We can provide you with your exact cost once the dentist has assessed the severity of the discoloration and the number of treatments that you will need. Call today to schedule your initial consultation with one of our cosmetic dental professionals.
Is There an Effective Way to Whiten My Teeth at Home?
We do offer at-home teeth whitening kits for patients who prefer to whiten their teeth in the comfort of their own home. The kit comes with custom-fitted trays and professional-grade bleaching gel that will provide you with better results than the commercial teeth whitening systems sold in discount and drug stores. When used consistently for two weeks, our at-home whitening systems will brighten your teeth by several shades.
If your teeth are generally healthy but have minor cosmetic imperfections, dental veneers may be a way for you to achieve the smile that you have always wanted. Veneers are durable, affordable, and blend in with your natural teeth for a natural-looking smile.
What Are Dental Veneers?
Veneers are thin layers of composite resin or porcelain that adhere to the surface of the tooth. They are used to correct the alignment, spacing, or appearance of the teeth.
How Much Will I Be Charged for Veneers?
The cost of veneers can vary from person to person based on the extent of the treatment, the number of veneers required, and the type of veneer used. Unfortunately, veneers are normally not covered by insurance unless there is a medical necessity. Once you and your dentist agree on a treatment plan, we will discuss the cost of your treatment and help you find ways to make the expense as manageable as possible.
Which Type of Veneer Is Best?
Your dentist will help you determine which type of veneer is best based on your treatment needs and goals.
Are Porcelain Veneers Expensive?
Porcelain veneers are more expensive than composite resin veneers, but they are more durable and can last for decades.