Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction is a custom combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures that will restore a patient’s oral health, while giving them an attractive smile at the same time.
Why Do Patients Opt for a Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?
Since a full mouth reconstruction includes everything that is needed to restore a patient’s oral health and the appearance of their smile, it requires careful planning. Haphazard dental work may be why you are in this situation. With a full mouth reconstruction, patients elect to complete a treatment plan that systematically corrects their dental issues simultaneously. Our dentists excel at developing treatment plans that take in account a patient’s lifestyle and budget. We can also help individuals who have experienced trauma to their mouth. Our dentist will restore and reconstruct your teeth, gums and jaw if you have been in an accident. We invite you to call us and schedule a consultation.
What Are the Associated Costs of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction can become expensive if a patient needs an extensive amount of work. While we try to keep our fees as affordable as possible, we understand that the amount may be too much to pay at once for some of our patients. Some patients ask to have the work completed over the course of a year, which we can do, but new dental problems can emerge in the meantime. We offer payment plans. This way, our patients can have the work done in as few appointments as possible, while spreading out the cost. Call us for more information.
In-office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Teeth whitening is such a popular cosmetic procedure because it is affordable and you will see immediate, dramatic results. Moreover, whiter teeth can take years off of your age.
Is In-office Teeth Whitening Effective?
Yes, it is far more effective than any toothpaste, strip or other product you can buy in the store. Dentists can use professional-grade whitening gel and they monitor the process to ensure that your teeth reach the expected shade. Call us for a consultation to learn how effective the in-office whitening process can be for you.
How Much Is it to Get My Teeth Bleached at the Dentist’s Office?
Your professional teeth bleaching cost will depend on how stained your teeth are, and you may need a whitening kit to take home if your teeth are very stained. If our dentist has to even out the color of restorations, this will affect your cost as well.
Can I Get a Teeth Whitening Kit to Take Home?
Our dentist can prepare a custom whitening kit for you as an alternative to in-office whitening. It will have whitening gel and a custom tray for you. Typically, you will use the tray for an hour a day for two weeks; however, our dentist will give you specific instructions for the kit’s use. Call for your consultation today.
Do you want an instantly more attractive smile? Composite veneers let you have a chipped tooth fixed right away. Although, porcelain veneers only take about two weeks to fix imperfections like stained or chipped teeth.
Where Can I Find a Cosmetic Dentist Near Me for Veneers?
If you have been searching for a cosmetic dental office in Westchase for veneers, your search is over. Our cosmetic dentist will see if you are a good candidate for veneers, and then your dentist will help you choose between composite or porcelain veneers. Give us a call to schedule a consultation to learn more about cosmetic veneers.
What Is the Average Cost for Veneers?
At Ideal Dental of Westchase, we base your veneers cost on the material you choose, how complex your case is and how many veneers you need to have the look you want. If you arrange a consultation, our dentist will give you an estimate of your cost for both composite and porcelain veneers.
Are Porcelain Veneers Better Than Composite Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are thin, tooth-colored artificial tooth fronts that are custom made in a dental lab. Our dentist will adhere the veneer to your tooth and check your bite. Porcelain veneers look very life-life and they last longer than composite veneers. They also don’t stain as much as composite veneers.
Is it Worth Paying for Porcelain Veneers?
If aesthetics are the reason why you are getting veneers, porcelain is likely the better choice for you. Still, we understand that price is usually a concern for our patients. Dental insurance usually does not cover veneers, as they are a cosmetic treatment, like teeth whitening. We have financing options for people who would find it easier to pay in installments.