Full Mouth Reconstruction
Having multiple teeth damaged by an injury or decay presents a host of problems from not being able to speak properly to feeling embarrassed to smile. Our full mouth reconstruction treats all of your dental issues in as few appointments as possible.
Why Should I Consider a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is comprehensive treatment for your teeth, gums and jaw. Our dentist will develop a treatment plan that addresses all of your needs. Full mouth reconstruction is ideal for individuals with multiple dental issues and individuals who have suffered trauma that has impacted their teeth and jaw. The goal is to restore full functionality to your teeth and leave you with an attractive smile.
Common full mouth reconstruction procedures include treatment for gum disease, replacing older dental work, restoring damaged teeth and replacing missing teeth. Call us to request your appointment today.
What Should I Expect to Pay for Full Mouth Restoration?
Your full mouth restoration cost depends on which procedures you have done. Call our office for an appointment and our dentist will perform a diagnostic exam to find out what procedures you need done in order to restore your smile. You may have restoration choices, which will affect the cost. After our dentist develops your treatment plan, you will have an idea of the total cost. We offer our patients financing options, so call for details.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Lighten your teeth by up to 10 shades with in-office teeth whitening. You will be amazed at how stained your teeth were once you see them at their whitest.
Does Professional Teeth Whitening Remove All Stains?
During a teeth whitening treatment in our office, you’ll relax while the concentrated peroxide or carbamide-based gel removes stains from the outside of your teeth. Your teeth whitening treatment is essentially an optical effect; the oxygen molecules released by the whitening gel are what lifts the stains so more light passes through the enamel. The treatment does not affect internal staining caused by trauma or heavy antibiotic use in childhood. If you are interested, our dentist can explain how to hide these stained teeth with dental veneers.
What Does Dentist-Supervised Teeth Whitening Cost?
Our cosmetic dentist or our trained hygienist will perform the teeth whitening treatment with a specific concentration of bleaching gel that takes into account the amount of staining. Our dentist prefers to quote a price after examining a person’s teeth. There could be very severe staining or other factors that affect the cost of our professional teeth whitening. Call our dental office today to request an appointment for teeth bleaching.
How Long Does it Take for Professional, Tray-Based Teeth Whitening Kits to Show Results?
We can provide you with a kit to take home and whiten your teeth using a custom tray and professional strength whitening solution. You should see results in about two weeks. If this appeals to you, contact our office to see about getting a tray-based teeth whitening kit for yourself. This kit is superior to tray-based kits sold at drugstores.
In one or two visits (excluding your initial consultation), you could have dental veneers hiding the flaws in your smile.
Why Are Cosmetic Veneers Used?
Cosmetic veneers are thin, tooth-shaped porcelain or composite resin restorations that fit over the front of your natural tooth. The veneer masks worn down, discolored or chipped teeth. Veneers can even hide gaps between teeth or make misaligned teeth appear straighter. Placing composite veneers on a tooth is also known as bonding.
What Do Cosmetic Veneers Cost at a Dentist’s Office?
Generally, your cost for cosmetic veneers depends on the material you select, the complexity of hiding the flaw and how many teeth our dentist will restore. Veneers are cosmetic, meaning dental insurance companies typically will not cover the cost. Our flexible financing may help you spread the payments out over several months.
What Are Porcelain Dental Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are thin shells bonded to the front of your tooth. They hide small cracks, stains and other imperfections. Some of our patients choose to hide one tooth, while others revamp their smile with multiple porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers look the most like natural teeth.
How Much Will I Pay for Porcelain Veneers?
During your initial consultation, our dentist can tell you the anticipated cost of your porcelain veneers by determining how many teeth you would like to restore. We do have financing plans that can help make porcelain veneers easier to afford. Call our office today and ask for your initial consultation.