Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you are reluctant to smile because of multiple dental problems, such as teeth that are missing, crooked, chipped or decayed, you can get your confidence back with a smile makeover. A full mouth reconstruction is a customized treatment plan that fixes extensive dental issues.
Who Can Benefit From a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Patients who have a combination of gum disease, tooth decay and damaged, worn or missing teeth can benefit from a full dental reconstruction. Our dentists in Rockwall take a holistic approach to resolving the functional and aesthetic problems of the entire oral cavity, such as ensuring proper alignment of the upper and lower jaw. The goal of treatment is to give each patient a smile that not only looks wonderful but is also healthy and functional for proper chewing and speaking.
What Is the Price for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A variety of procedures can be used to achieve a beautiful, healthy smile. Also, you might require collaboration with other specialists to complete your dental restoration, making it impossible for us to determine a price without first meeting with you and learning about your concerns and goals. If your dental reconstruction involves the placement of a restoration, its type and material will have an impact on the price. Whether you need dental reconstructive surgery also affects the final cost. The best way to find out how much your treatment will cost is to meet with a dentist for an evaluation. Our dentists are experienced in planning and performing full mouth reconstructions. We can explain the many dental health solutions available. We’ll also help you choose the right ones for excellent dental health and improved overall well-being.
In-Office Teeth-Whitening Treatment
Professional teeth-whitening treatments are popular procedures for obtaining mega-watt smiles. It’s easy to give your smile a boost with this affordable and fast cosmetic treatment.
What Is Professional Teeth Whitening?
If you want fast results and dramatic whitening, an in-office tooth whitening procedure is typically the best choice compared to at-home treatment. After making sure your teeth and gums are healthy, a dentist will apply a professional-strength solution to your teeth during your visit. Your entire dental appointment will probably take an hour from start to finish. You’ll leave the office with a noticeably whiter, brighter smile.
What Does Professional Teeth Whitening Cost?
In-office professional teeth whitening costs more than at-home treatments because of the strength of the solution and the close monitoring you’ll receive from a dental professional throughout your treatment. Teeth-whitening prices can vary from patient to patient since they depend on the exact whitening procedure they choose and the severity of discoloration or staining. To find out more about pricing, please set up a consultation with one of our cosmetic dentists.
What Is Take-Home Teeth Whitening?
We offer take-home teeth-whitening kits that provide you with professional-grade whitening agents that you apply at home. This can cost less than in-office treatment, and it’s a good choice if you don’t mind waiting a little longer for your final results. At-home kits typically take about two weeks to lighten your teeth by several shades.
If you’re not happy with your smile, dental veneers can provide the makeover you need. They are a durable way to correct chipped, crooked, misshapen or discolored teeth.
What Are Dental Veneers for Teeth?
Dental veneers are extremely thin layers of material, usually porcelain or composite resin, that are applied to the surface of the teeth, similar to how acrylic nails are applied to fingernails. Veneers are intended to be a permanent solution for correcting cosmetic issues; with proper care, they can last for 10 to 20 years.
How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost on Average?
The cost for dental veneers is similar to the cost of receiving full crowns, but getting veneers is a less invasive way to get the beautiful smile you’re after. Dental veneers are typically not covered by dental insurance unless it can be shown that they are medically necessary, such as if they are needed to restore an injured tooth. Please give us a call, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about the cost to get veneers.
Should I Get Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are made from a ceramic material that closely resembles a real tooth. The type of veneer you choose depends on your smile goals, your dentist’s recommendation and your budget. When you meet with one of our cosmetic dentists in Rockwall, they’ll discuss your options and help you pick the solution that’s right for you.
What Is the Total Cost for Porcelain Veneers?
Your total porcelain veneers cost depends on how many veneers you need and the amount of preparatory work your teeth require. Please schedule an appointment with our office today, and a dentist will consult with you to determine whether you are a good candidate for porcelain veneers, what your options are and what it will cost.