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Full Mouth Reconstructions

If you have multiple issues with your teeth and they’re causing you to feel less self-confident, you might be a good candidate for a full mouth reconstruction. Although this is often a multi-step process, most of our patients say the result is worth the investment of time and money. Call our office today in for more information.

What Procedures Are Included in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth dental reconstruction restores all of your teeth simultaneously rather than individually. You may need a full mouth reconstruction for several reasons, such as a significant number of missing teeth, issues with your bite, significant decay, or teeth that have become worn. Bridges, veneers, and other types of dental restoration can make your teeth look great. Our dentists often recommend a full mouth reconstruction for patients whose teeth or mouth have suffered a traumatic injury. If you think you might be a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction, call our office today in and we’ll answer your questions.

How Much Is the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Several dental procedures are included in a full mouth reconstruction, so your plan will be customized to your unique needs. Your overall dental health, the number of restorations required, and the degree of technology required to perform the procedures will play a significant role in the cost of your procedure. We want to help you obtain the dental reconstruction work you need. Call our office in and let us answer your questions. We’ll explain our payment options, our pricing, and answer questions about insurance.

In-Office Teeth Whitening

Our in-office teeth whitening procedure can provide you with the gleaming white teeth you’ve always wanted. Your smile can be brighter by several shades through the use of whitening techniques. Call our office in for more information.

What Is the Procedure for In-Office Teeth Whitening?

Your dentist will use a very strong bleaching solution in order to remove surface stains as well as deep stains that have accumulated on your teeth. The solution he or she will use will depend on your teeth. For those whose teeth have become discolored due to smoking, drinking coffee or wine, or other lifestyle habits, an in-office whitening procedure can provide the best results in the quickest time. If your teeth are discolored due to decay, this procedure won’t help you. You’ll see results immediately from the hour-long procedure performed in our office. Call our office in for more information on our in-office teeth whitening procedure.

What Does Professional Teeth Whitening Cost?

The in-office procedure is more expensive than the at-home procedure and it takes more time. Most patients feel that the longevity of the in-office procedure and the immediate results are worth the extra cost. Costs vary depending on the degree of discoloration and the number of treatments needed. Contact our office in for more information specific to your circumstances.

What’s the Procedure for Take-Home Teeth Whitening?

Our take-home kits provide professional results. The whole process takes about two weeks and it’s important to consistently use the kit on a daily basis. Your teeth will lighten by several shades. Each kit is tailored to the individual, so be sure to read the instructions before beginning. Call our office in if you have any questions.

Dental Veneers

Our dental veneers can give you the smile you have always wanted at an affordable price. Call our office in today for more information on getting a dazzling smile.

Dental Veneers Explained

Dental veneers are thin layers of either composite resin or porcelain that cover your teeth. They’re custom made for your teeth and look very natural. They’re often recommended for those who have abnormally spaced teeth or teeth that are chipped, eroded, or misaligned.

What’s The Cost Of Dental Veneers?

The cost of dental veneers varies by individual and is influenced by the number of teeth that need to be covered and the type of material that will be used. Insurance companies frequently consider veneers to be cosmetic dentistry services and don’t cover them unless they are medically necessary. Call our office in today and let us answer your questions about dental veneers.

Can I Get Porcelain Veneers?

If you’re looking for porcelain veneers, we can help you. We provide durable and natural looking porcelain veneers that will give you the best smile possible.

What Can I Expect to Pay for Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are usually more expensive than those made of composite resin but they yield beautiful results. The cost of porcelain veneers will vary depending on the number of teeth to be covered and your other dental issues. Call our office in to schedule an appointment and your dentist will provide you with an estimate for porcelain veneers.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®