Full Mouth Reconstruction
If multiple dental issues are affecting your teeth, contact your dentist to get more information about a full mouth reconstruction. Rebuilding your smile may require more than one procedure, but it can help you reclaim the function and beauty of your smile.
How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?
A full mouth reconstruction includes a combination of procedures and treatments to restore all of your teeth over several appointments. Our patients choose full mouth reconstructions for many reasons, including teeth affected by 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 option for anyone who has suffered a traumatic injury to their mouth or teeth. Contact us for more information about how you can improve your smile with a full mouth reconstruction.
Price for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
As part of your full mouth reconstruction, our dentists develop a customized treatment plan involving several procedures. This plan is designed according to your individual needs, which makes the cost of each full mouth reconstruction different for each patient in our clinic. The current condition of your teeth, the technology used to complete your restoration, and how many procedures are needed to restore your smile are all taken into consideration when determining your expected costs. Our dentists are committed to providing affordable dental care to every patient. Please contact us if you have questions about the cost of your treatment, your insurance plan, or the payment options available to you.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
If you want to whiten your teeth fast, our dentists offer in-office teeth whitening treatments. With this treatment, your teeth can be whitened by several shades for a youthful and bright smile.
Does Professional Teeth Whitening Work?
In-office teeth whitening is a simple procedure that only takes about an hour and provides instant results. To begin the procedure, your dentist applies a bleaching gel to your teeth, which gently removes both deep and surface stains. Some formulations of the bleaching gel may be light activated. Patients who have stained or discolored teeth from smoking or consuming certain beverages and foods are considered ideal candidates for in-office whitening, but the procedure will not work on restorations or teeth that are discolored from injury or decay.
What Is the Cost for Professional Teeth Whitening?
In comparison to take-home whitening kits, in-office teeth whitening usually costs more, but many of our patients have found that the expense is worth it to achieve longer-lasting results in a shorter amount of 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.
Does Take-Home Teeth Whitening Work?
With take-home whitening kits, you can receive professional whitening results at a time that’s convenient for you. Each kit contains custom-made trays and bleaching gel. When your take-home whitening kit is worn regularly over a two-week period, your teeth can become several shades whiter. Instructions for each kit can vary, so we encourage you to contact your dentist if you have any questions.
Dental veneers are an easy and affordable way to create a beautiful smile. These natural-looking appliances are an ideal option for anyone with chipped teeth or misshapen teeth.
Are Dental Veneers Permanent?
Dental veneers are durable pieces of porcelain or composite resin that are custom made to the shape of your natural teeth. Dental veneers are recommended for anyone with teeth that are unevenly spaced, worn down, chipped, or misaligned.
What Will Dental Veneers Cost Near Me?
The total cost to get veneers is determined by several factors, including how many teeth require restoration, the complexity of the procedure, and the materials used to create the veneer. Unfortunately most insurance companies consider dental veneers a cosmetic treatment and won’t cover the procedure unless it’s medically necessary. Fortunately, we may still have a solution that meets your needs. Contact us for more information about flexible payment plans.
Where Can I Get Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are a restorative procedure that can solve many common dental problems, such as teeth that are chipped, cracked, misaligned, or discolored. These lightweight shells are made of ultra-durable porcelain, which are custom made to fit over your natural teeth. We provide natural-looking porcelain veneers at our office, so you can revitalize your smile and restore your confidence.
What Will Be the Total Cost for Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are typically more expensive than the alternative veneer made of composite resin, although they are a popular choice because they are a longer-lasting and more natural-looking solution. In general, the cost to get porcelain veneers depends on a variety of factors, including the number of teeth being treated and the severity of your dental problems. When you come into our office, the dentist will provide you an estimate of your anticipated costs.