Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you’re unhappy with your smile because of crooked, missing or damaged teeth, a full mouth restoration might be just what you need. Restoring a smile is a highly customized process that often requires several procedures to attain the desired results. The beautiful, functional smile that is achieved makes it extremely worthwhile.
Am I a Candidate for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is intended to improve your smile, enhance your appearance and help your teeth function as they should. You may require a full mouth reconstruction because of an injury that resulted in missing or damaged teeth. It can also be an option you choose simply because you’re unhappy with the smile you have due to misshapen teeth or teeth that are decayed. Our dentists in Northlake will always attempt to preserve your natural teeth. Enhancements like inlays, veneers and crowns may be used. In some cases, dentures and veneers are options. Call our dental office for a consultation and receive a customized treatment plan.
What Is the Price for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Most patients who seek a full mouth reconstruction have multiple dental health problems that can be resolved through a combination of treatments. Because it is such a highly personalized process, the cost can vary widely from one patient to the next. Our dentists will base your plan on your individual needs and goals. The cost also depends on the current condition of your teeth and gums and the types of restorations you receive.
In-Office Teeth-Whitening Treatment
A bright smile can make a big difference in your appearance. Professional teeth whitening is a popular and affordable cosmetic treatment that can improve your smile in a very short time.
How Does Professional Teeth Whitening Work?
If you’d like a whiter smile, call us for an appointment. A dentist will assess your smile to make sure that your teeth are healthy and free from cavities or infection that require treatment before whitening. During the whitening procedure, we protect your lips and gums from the whitening solution and then apply it to the teeth. Most in-office whitening sessions last for one hour. You will have brighter teeth following your first session.
How Much Does Professional Teeth Whitening Cost?
Teeth whitening prices will vary depending on the method of whitening you choose, how many teeth are being treated and the severity of the tooth discoloration. The best way to find out how much your treatment will cost is to schedule a consultation with one of our cosmetic dentists in Northlake.
What Is Take-Home Teeth Whitening?
Take-home teeth whitening gives you the results of professional-grade whitening treatments with the convenience of a take-home kit. Because the patient will be using the kit at home, the solution is less concentrated than the one used during an in-office whitening treatment. It will produce the same results, but it takes a little longer. Most take-home treatments require you to wear the dental trays for a few days to a few weeks.
If you have stained or misshapen teeth, dental veneers are an affordable and efficient way to get a smile you’ll want to show off. Give our cosmetic dental office a call to find out more.
What Is a Dental Veneer?
A dental veneer is a thin, custom-made shell that is placed on the front surface of a tooth to enhance your appearance. Dentists recommend veneers to improve the color, shape or size of a tooth or teeth.
What Is a Typical Dental Veneers Cost?
The cost of dental veneers depends on the number of teeth that will be receiving them and the type of veneer you choose. You may also need work done to prepare your teeth for the veneers, which will also factor into the cost. The best way to find out what you can expect to pay for veneers is to visit our office for a consultation. That is also a great way to learn about the payment and financing options that we offer.
Why Choose Porcelain Veneers?
Our cosmetic dentist office in Northlake can apply porcelain veneers to improve the look of your teeth. Porcelain is a favored choice for veneers because it has a level of translucency that closely resembles a natural tooth. It’s also known for being highly durable. Another type of veneer is a composite-resin veneer. The advantage of this veneer is that it usually costs less than a porcelain veneer, and it can be made in-office.
How Much Do Porcelain Veneers Cost?
Porcelain veneers are typically made off-site, and so it can take longer to receive this type of veneer compared to composite resin ones. However, many patients prefer porcelain veneers. That is particularly the case for highly visible front teeth. As with most dental procedures, the cost to get porcelain veneers depends on several factors that are unique to each patient. Please visit our office to receive an estimate of your porcelain veneers cost.