Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you have several dental issues affecting your confidence in your smile, a full mouth reconstruction is an effective option to consider. An experienced dental reconstruction dentist can assess your smile, identify the causes of your issues and create a personalized treatment plan to correct them. The result will be the attractive and healthy smile that you’ve always wanted.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstructions are often recommended for patients who have suffered traumatic oral injury. Beyond that, you may elect for a full mouth reconstruction if you have a number of cosmetic dental issues, such as bite problems, extensive tooth loss, decay or wear. Many patients choose full dental reconstruction as an alternative to orthodontics. Your treatment can include the placement of veneers and bridges alongside other restorative work. This has the effect of creating a straighter smile with the benefit of a lower time investment than the one required for traditional orthodontic treatment. Call us for more information about how a full mouth reconstruction can restore a brilliant smile.
How Much Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
A full mouth reconstruction usually involves multiple dental issues that require several separate procedures. A plan must be customized to your needs and the current condition of your teeth and gums. Our dentists in Waxahachie will work with you to customize a plan that will bring you to your best dental health. Because of our highly customized approach, the cost will vary from case to case. The best first step you can take in finding an affordable solution is to get in touch with our office. We are happy to answer your questions about pricing, insurance and financing.
In-Office Teeth-Whitening Treatment
Professional teeth brightening is an affordable, safe and effective way to brighten your teeth by several shades, and it provides longer-lasting results than store-bought options. If you’d like a white and sparkling smile, call us to learn more about our options for professional teeth whitening.
How Is Professional Teeth Whitening Done?
Dentists have a number of ways to whiten teeth, including the use of concentrated bleaching gels that may or may not be light activated. Professional whitening treatments remove surface stains from the teeth and also provide a deep whitening effect to make your smile shine. A professional whitening procedure will usually take about an hour in your dentist’s office, and it provides immediate results. Teeth that have been stained by smoking or consuming stain-causing foods and beverages will see significant improvement in coloration. However, this is not a whitening option for teeth that are discolored due to decay, and it also can’t be used to change the color of veneers or other restorations.
What Is the Cost for Professional Teeth Whitening Services?
An in-office procedure will cost more than an at-home kit, but the immediate results tend to be vastly superior. The cost of an in-office whitening procedure depends on a few factors, including the level of tooth discoloration that you’re starting with. To find out more about affordable options, make an appointment to meet with one of our cosmetic dentists in Waxahachie.
Does Take-Home Teeth Whitening Work?
Take-home whitening from a cosmetic dentist is an excellent solution for a patient who has highly sensitive teeth or gums. It can also reduce the cost of your whitening treatment. Not to be confused with off-the-shelf solutions, these kits include custom-fitted trays and concentrated, professional-grade bleaching gel. In general, you’ll use your at-home kit consistently for a two week period to get a smile that’s several shades whiter than before.
Veneers are attractive and durable appliances that are ideal for individuals with worn or otherwise damaged teeth. Ask your dentist about this affordable solution for getting the even, attractive smile you’ve always wanted.
Are Dental Veneers Permanent?
Often recommended by cosmetic dentists for crooked, cracked and chipped teeth, dental veneers are made of thin layers of lightweight porcelain or composite resin that are custom molded to fit over your existing natural teeth. Once a veneer is bonded to your tooth with dental cement, it will stay permanently fixed in place.
What Is the Cost for Dental Veneers?
Veneers are considered cosmetic by insurance companies, and they typically won’t be covered unless they’re medically necessary. The total cost varies depending on the material used and complexity of the application, such as the number and condition of teeth to be restored. Contact us today for information regarding the options available to you.
How Do Porcelain Veneers Work?
Two types of veneers are commonly used in cosmetic dentistry: porcelain and composite resin. Both types of restorations work the same and have the goal of providing a whiter, more even smile. They also both require that a thin layer of enamel is removed from the tooth’s surface. Then, the custom-formed veneer is bonded to the tooth using a permanent cement.
How Much Do Porcelain Veneers Cost?
You can usually expect to pay more for porcelain veneers than you’d pay for composite ones. Porcelain veneers are made from a type of ceramic that looks very similar to a real tooth. They’re also known for their strength and durability. The exact price you’ll pay for your porcelain veneers depends on your individual case. To find out your anticipated cost, please visit our office for an assessment. We offer flexible financing options to help make the cost of veneers affordable.