Full Mouth Reconstruction
The benefit of having a full mouth reconstruction is that one dentist will treat all of your oral health problems in the fewest number of appointments. Call us to schedule a consultation for a full mouth reconstruction if you have multiple dental issues.
How Long Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?
Your full mouth reconstruction could take a few weeks or up to one year, depending on the procedures being done. Some of our patients want the work done in as few appointments as possible, while others want a break in between procedures. Either way, a full mouth reconstruction can be used to treat extensive bite problems, severe decay, extremely worn teeth or problems resulting from a traumatic accident. Call today for a full mouth reconstruction consultation, knowing that we will accommodate your wishes either way.
How Much Will a Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatment Plan Cost?
Your oral health is the primary driver of your full mouth reconstruction cost. It dictates what treatments and procedures you will need. The more work you have done, the more your reconstruction will cost. If you have dental insurance, your plan may cover some of the work. We can also help make your full mouth reconstruction a reality through the help of financing plans.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Easily the most popular cosmetic dental procedure, in-office teeth whitening offers dramatic results in about an hour.
What Does In-Office Teeth Whitening Involve?
First, we clean your teeth to make sure the whitening gel covers your teeth evenly. We will take a baseline photo to compare the results. Next, our dentist or our hygienist applies a gel to protect your gums. You will have the whitening gel on your teeth for about 20 minutes at a time until your teeth reach the desired level of whiteness. If your teeth have stubborn stains, our dentist may send you home with a custom whitening kit to use as well.
What Will My Teeth Whitening Treatment Cost?
The cost for your teeth whitening treatment will depend on the extent of the staining and which teeth whitening system our dentist uses on your teeth. If you need your teeth to match the color of a restoration, this may add to the cost. Restorations, such as a crown, do not get lighter during a teeth whitening treatment, but they do not usually stain easily. When you have your consultation with our dentist, you will receive an estimate of your cost.
Do Take-Home Teeth Whitening Kits Work?
Yes, the kits work because they are customized for you. The whitening gel and tray are designed to give you the maximum results safely. You must adhere to our dentist’s instructions to achieve your desired results. Contact us today if you are interested in a take home teeth whitening kit.
Aesthetic tooth problems can be a thing of the past with dental veneers. You will not have to worry about people staring at your discolored tooth whenever you smile.
Are Veneers Permanent?
Porcelain veneers typically are a permanent solution because a dentist will shave off a small amount of tooth enamel before applying the veneer. Composite veneers can be removed, but some enamel may come off as well. Veneers are often an ideal cosmetic fix, but they will require maintenance. If you would like to learn if veneers are the right cosmetic solution for you, call us to arrange a consultation.
How Much Does a Veneer Cost?
A veneer’s price is determined by its material and the complexity of your case. Dental insurance rarely pays for a veneer unless the veneer improves the function of a tooth, as well as its appearance. Our flexible financing will make the cost of one or more veneers more affordable. We want you to have a smile that makes you happy. Call us to arrange an appointment and our dentist can give you an estimate of your cost.
What Is a Porcelain Veneer?
Porcelain veneers are semi-transparent, tooth-shaped pieces of medical-grade ceramic that cover the front of a tooth. The color, size and shape of the veneer will match your other teeth, as porcelain veneers are custom made. Unlike composite veneers, our dentist will need to shave off a very thin layer of enamel so the porcelain veneer does not stick out further than your other teeth.
How Much Is a Porcelain Veneer?
A porcelain veneer will cost more than one made of composite resin. For the extra money, you will have a veneer that is more durable and looks more like a natural tooth. Our dentist can give you an estimate of your cost after an examination. Be sure to ask our dentist how to make your veneer last as long as possible to protect your investment.