Cosmetic Dentistry & Teeth Whitening in University Park

Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you’re dealing with multiple dental issues, our dentists are here to help you explore your full mouth reconstruction options. Reconstructing your smile may take a few procedures, but you’ll appreciate the confidence you gain from a restored smile.

What Is Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction addresses all of your structural and functional dental issues simultaneously. There are many reasons to choose full mouth restoration, especially if you have problems with missing teeth, bite problems, severely worn or damaged teeth, or severe decay. Traumatic injuries to your teeth or mouth may also call for a full mouth reconstruction. Some patients choose a full mouth restoration for its “instant orthodontic” effect, creating a more functional bite and straight smile with veneers, bridges and other restorations. Call our office to find out more about full mouth reconstructions.

How Much for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth restoration involves a number of different dental procedures that are part of your comprehensive and customized dental health plan. Your dentist creates this plan to address your own individual oral health care needs, so your custom, full mouth reconstruction cost is unique to you. A few of the factors that determine the cost include the overall health of your teeth and gums, the number of treatments you receive and the technology employed during your restoration. We’re always happy to talk with you about pricing, your insurance coverage and other money-saving options, such as dental savings plans and payment plans.

In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment

Brightening your smile is simple with our professional, in-office teeth whitening treatments. Our procedure is quick, affordable and efficient.

How Is Professional Teeth Whitening Done?

Your dentist will apply a protective gel or a rubber shield to your gums to protect them from the treatment’s highly concentrated bleaching gel. The procedure takes about an hour, and the results are immediate. Sometimes, the bleaching agent is light-activated, so your dentist will direct a light or laser towards your teeth to accelerate the bleaching effect. In-office teeth whitening works best on surface stains caused by drinks such as coffee, red wine and tea as well discoloration from smoking and tobacco products. It is not effective for stains caused by decay and other internal tooth issues.

How Much Does Professional Teeth Whitening Cost?

While professional teeth whitening costs are generally more expensive than in-store options, professional teeth whitening usually offers better results that last longer. In most cases, the extent of your tooth discoloration and the number of treatments you require are the main factors in determining your costs. Schedule an appointment with our cosmetic dentists to find out more about teeth whitening costs.

How Is Take-home Teeth Whitening Done?

Take-home teeth whitening kits are professional systems that give you the freedom to brighten your smile in your own home. The kit usually includes trays that are custom-made to fit your teeth. Along with your customized teeth trays, you’ll also receive professional-grade bleaching gel. Usually, the kit is used daily for two weeks, but individual kits may vary in their processes, so be sure to ask your dentist about use.

Dental Veneers

Improve your smile with cosmetic veneers. These durable and affordable appliances can help you recreate your appealing smile by covering stained or chipped teeth.

What Are Composite Dental Veneers?

Composite dental veneers are made of a lightweight resin that fit over the front of your teeth. These veneers are tooth-colored and customized to enhance your smile. They are ideal for covering unevenly spaced teeth and teeth that are crooked, misshapen, worn down or missing.

How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost?

The cost of cosmetic veneers depends on several factors, including the complexity of your dental issues and the type of veneer you choose. Veneers usually aren’t covered by insurance because they are considered cosmetic. We strive to make veneers as affordable as possible for you, though, so talk to us about flexible financing.

How Do Porcelain Veneers Work?

Porcelain veneers are extremely natural looking, and they’re durable and resistant to most stains. They are customized to fit your teeth, then they’re bonded to your teeth by your dentist in University Park to create a long-lasting, attractive smile.

What Are the Estimated Costs for Porcelain Veneers?

Your cost to get porcelain veneers depends on the extent of your cosmetic dental issues and how many teeth need veneer restorations. Keep in mind that porcelain veneers tend to be slightly less affordable than composite resin veneers, but they’re very durable and visually appealing.

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Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®