Full Mouth Reconstruction
When injury, trauma, or tooth decay leaves you feeling less confident about your smile, a full mouth reconstruction may be the solution. If you’re in need of reconstructive dentistry, contact your dentist to obtain more information about reconstructing your smile.
What’s a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is an all-encompassing treatment that’s designed for patients with advanced dental needs. We recommend full mouth reconstructions for anyone who has damaged or broken teeth, extensive tooth loss, advanced tooth decay, alignment problems, or very worn teeth. Veneers, bridges, orthodontic treatments and other restorative procedures are also included in restorative dentistry and are considered “instant orthodontics” because of their ability to provide straighter teeth. In just a few appointments, you can have a healthier, more attractive smile. Contact us today for more information.
What Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
Multiple dental procedures are included in every customized treatment plan for a full mouth reconstruction. Since our dentists develop a unique treatment plan for each patient, the cost of a full mouth reconstruction is different for each patient. The technology used to complete your restoration, the overall health of your teeth, and how many procedures you need are all taken into consideration when determining your total costs. Our dentists will work with you to find an affordable reconstruction plan that meets your needs. Please contact us today for more information about your expected costs, or if you have any questions about your insurance.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
With our professional teeth whitening treatments, it’s possible to whiten your teeth by several shades. Consider this quick and affordable whitening treatment to feel more confident about your smile.
How Does Professional Teeth Whitening Work?
Our in-office teeth whitening treatment can be completed in about an hour and you will be able to see the results immediately. During the procedure, the dentist applies a high-concentration bleaching gel to your teeth, which may be activated by light. Ideal candidates for professional teeth whitening include anyone whose teeth are stained from smoking or eating and drinking certain foods and beverages. Whitening will not work on fillings, crowns, artificial teeth, or teeth that are discolored due to decay or injury.
How Much for Professional Teeth Whitening?
At-home teeth whitening is less expensive than in-office whitening, although it will take longer to achieve your desired results. If you choose in-office teeth whitening, the cost of your treatment is determined by how many whitening treatments you need and the level of discoloration on your teeth. To receive an estimate of your expected costs, please contact our office.
Overview of Take-Home Teeth Whitening
Our take-home whitening kits allow you to receive professional whitening results in the comfort of your home and at a time that works with your schedule. Most kits contain bleaching gel and whitening trays that are custom-made for your mouth. When used regularly over a period of two weeks, you can whiten your teeth by several shades. Your dentist will provide you with detailed instructions on how to use your kit. Please contact us if you have any questions.
If you have misshapen or chipped teeth, consider dental veneers to enhance your smile. They are an affordable way to create the smile you’ve always wanted.
How Can I Benefit from Dental Veneers?
Dental veneers are thin pieces of composite resin or porcelain that are custom made to fit over your teeth, creating a natural look. This treatment is perfect for patients with chipped, worn down, unevenly spaced or misaligned teeth.
What Is the Cost for Custom Dental Veneers?
The average veneers cost can vary and will be based on the material used to make your veneer, the complexity of the procedure, and how many teeth are affected. In most cases, veneers are not covered by insurance unless it’s considered a medically necessary treatment, but we may still have options available to you. Call us today to learn more about an affordable payment plan from our office.
Are Porcelain Veneers Permanent?
Porcelain veneers are made of a thin material that covers each tooth, and they are a great option that can be used to fix misaligned, uneven, chipped, or cracked teeth. Since porcelain is a very durable material, your results can last up to 20 years.
What Is the Cost of Porcelain Veneers?
In most cases, the cost of porcelain veneers is higher than veneers made from composite resin. However, many people find that they are a worthwhile investment since they look very similar to natural teeth and are very strong and durable. The cost of your porcelain veneers will vary depending on how many veneers are needed for your teeth and the difficulty of your dental issues. Your dentist will provide you with a cost estimate when you come in for your appointment.