Full Mouth Reconstruction
Are your teeth in such a severe state of decay or misalignment that you are in pain and afraid to smile? Please call us to schedule a consultation with our full mouth reconstruction dentist and learn how a full mouth reconstruction can restore the beauty and function of your teeth.
How Are Full Mouth Reconstructions Done?
First, our dentist will do a thorough examination of your teeth, gums and jaw to uncover all of the problems that your full mouth reconstruction treatment plan will address. Our dentist will offer you options for restoring or replacing teeth. Finally, he or she will ask if you would like to get everything done as quickly as possible, or if would you like a break between appointments.
We also treat individuals that have experienced trauma to their mouth. In these cases, we will develop a treatment plan as quickly as possible.
What’s the Cost of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Each of our patient’s treatments plans is unique, so full mouth reconstruction costs vary widely. While creating your treatment plan, our dentist will discuss the cost of each procedure and give you an estimated total cost. We work with most major dental insurance companies and we will make sure you receive your maximum benefit. Additionally, we have financing options available for our patients.
In-office Teeth Whitening Treatment
In-office teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic procedure. Its immediate results are ideal for someone with an event coming up quickly where he or she would want to look their best.
How Long Does In-office Whitening Take?
In-office whitening uses a bleaching gel (typically hydrogen peroxide) to produce noticeable whitening in the shortest time, usually an hour. You will wear a plastic retractor to ensure that nothing but the front of your teeth is exposed to the bleaching gel. Our dentist or hygienist carries out the treatment. An in-office teeth whitening treatment cannot treat stains on the interior of your teeth, nor can it change the color of artificial teeth and veneers.
What Is the Cost of Professional Teeth Whitening?
In general, we base our professional teeth whitening cost on the severity of your tooth discoloration and on the number of treatments we estimate that you will need. To discover what your total cost will be, schedule your consultation with our teeth whitening dentist.
Are Tray-Based Whitening Kits from the Dentist Effective?
The custom, tray-based teeth whitening treatment systems provided by dentists are highly effective and safe. You simply fill a tray with the strong whitening gel and leave it on your teeth for a specified amount of time. You will continue to do so for as long as the dentist directs, usually two weeks. Kits from a dentist whiten your teeth significantly better than over-the-counter products from the drugstore. Call us today to see about getting our dentist to make a teeth whitening kit just for you.
If you have a healthy, but unsightly tooth, consider veneers. Veneers cover the front of a tooth, and they are less expensive and less invasive than a crown or an implant. Additionally, porcelain veneers are as hard as tooth enamel. You can eat all your favorite foods with a porcelain veneer.
How Can Veneers Benefit Me?
When one or more of your teeth has an imperfection, you may feel self-conscious and believe that everyone else notices the imperfections whenever you open your mouth. Veneers can quickly hide chips, gaps or a discolored tooth so you can feel good about your smile once again.
How Much Are Veneers?
Your total cost for dental veneers will depend on whether you choose composite or porcelain veneers. Our dentist will help you decide which material is better in your case. Additionally, the number of veneers you need and the complexity of your case will affect your total cost. We offer financing plans that may make veneers fit more easily into your budget.
What Benefits Do Porcelain Veneers Offer?
Semi-transparent porcelain veneers have the look of natural teeth, and our patients say they feel like natural teeth as well. Porcelain veneers are durable; they last about twice as long as composite veneers. Moreover, veneers made from porcelain do not stain as easily as composite veneers.
Why Do Porcelain Veneers Cost More than Composite Veneers?
Porcelain costs more than composite resin. Additionally, porcelain veneers are made in a dental lab. You’ll need to come back to the dentist when the veneers are ready, which adds to the cost of your porcelain veneers. Call us for a consultation with our cosmetic dentist. He or she will let you know your total cost for your porcelain veneers. We may be able to offer financing to make your dream smile a reality.