Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you’re feeling frustrated about multiple dental issues, consult your dentist about whether full mouth reconstruction can help you. Working with your dentist, you may find that taking the time to restore your smile is well worth the effort.
What Is the Process for Getting a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction simultaneously rebuilds, replaces or restores all of your damaged teeth. The procedures involved in reconstruction depend on your individual needs, but they often include treatment to address extensive tooth loss, pervasive decay, bite problems and teeth that are worn down. Full mouth reconstruction may also include treatments like veneers, bridges and implants that create straighter, more even and more attractive teeth nearly instantly. Full mouth reconstruction is especially beneficial for patients who have suffered traumatic mouth injuries. If you’re wondering if a full reconstruction dentist can help you, call us today.
What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
Full mouth reconstruction plans are customized by your dentist to uniquely fit your oral health care needs. These plans are tailored to your individual goals, and they usually include several different dental procedures. This means that your full mouth reconstruction costs are unique, too. Some costs for reconstruction depend on the health of your teeth, how many restorations you’ll need and the type of technology used. If you have questions about reconstruction costs, your insurance benefits and payment plans, just give us a call.
In-office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Want a brighter, whiter smile? Schedule a professional teeth whitening treatment in our office that’s affordable and fast.
How Does Professional Teeth Whitening Work?
During your teeth whitening procedure, your dentist will first protect your gums. Then, your dentist will apply a concentrated bleaching gel that lightens both surface stains and deep discoloration. Teeth restorations, such as crowns and implants, will not be lightened by the bleaching gel, nor will teeth discolored by decay or thinned enamel. Chairside bleaching takes about an hour to complete, and the results are instant.
What Are the Costs of Professional Teeth Whitening?
Professional teeth whitening prices are usually higher than the treatments you can perform at home. Since in-office treatments provide better brightening results, many patients find professional whitening worth the investment. Plus, professional teeth whitening tends to last longer than at-home systems. Professional teeth whitening costs depend on the degree of your tooth discoloration and the number of treatments you need. Call our office to schedule an appointment to learn more about pricing.
How Does Take-home Teeth Whitening Work?
Most professional-grade teeth whitening kits from your dentist use the tray method. With this type of at-home kit, you’ll be fitted with a tray that contours to your teeth. Once your tray is made, you’ll visit your dentist to receive your kit that includes a concentrated bleaching gel. Usually, you’ll use the kit once daily for an hour over a two-week period.
You don’t have to resign yourself to an embarrassing smile. Cosmetic veneers are an economical way to quickly create a confidence-inducing smile.
When Are Veneers Appropriate?
Veneers are often recommended for patients with large, visible gaps in their front teeth and for patients with misaligned, discolored, worn or chipped teeth. These lightweight and affordable appliances can be made of porcelain or composite resin, so talk to your dentist about what type of veneer might work for you.
What Is the Cost for Cosmetic Dental Veneers?
Your dentist in Uptown Dallas will evaluate your cosmetic dental needs and talk with you about your veneer options. Once you’ve made a decision on what type of veneer you want and how many teeth you would like restored, we’ll give you an estimate for your veneers cost. Please be aware that many insurance companies do not cover veneers, but flexible financing may help offset your costs.
What Is The Process for Getting Porcelain Veneers?
Your dentist will remove a thin layer of your tooth’s enamel and then take an impression of the tooth. That impression helps the dental lab craft your porcelain veneer, which is then bonded to your tooth. Porcelain dental veneers are incredibly natural looking and very strong, boosting your smile and your confidence.
What Are the Overall Costs for Porcelain Veneers?
If you’re ready to enjoy the benefits of porcelain veneers, your dentist will provide you with an estimate for your specific cosmetic porcelain veneers cost. The estimate will be based on the number of veneers you receive and the intricacy of your cosmetic problems. Keep in mind that porcelain is a slightly more expensive veneer material than composite, but we’re always happy to help you find ways to make your veneers more affordable.