Full Dental Reconstructions
If you have multiple damaged teeth as the result of trauma or decay, a full mouth dental reconstruction may be the best way to restore your smile and confidence. The process normally involves several procedures performed over a period of weeks or even months, but most patients find that the results are worth the investment of time and money.
What Can I Expect During a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is a systematic treatment approach designed to restore all of the teeth at the same time. In most cases, bridges, crowns, veneers, and other types of orthodontic appliances are used to improve the appearance and structural integrity of the teeth. Most patients choosing a full mouth reconstruction have significant dental issues, including missing teeth, severe decay, bite problems, and worn or misshapen teeth. Reconstruction can also be used following a traumatic injury to the teeth or mouth. Schedule a consultation today to find out if a full dental reconstruction can help you regain your smile.
Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction Affordable?
We are committed to helping our patients get the dental care that they need as affordably as possible. The exact cost of your treatment is based on your unique needs and goals and can vary based on the complexity of your dental issues and the type and number of treatments required. Call today to schedule a consultation or to find out more about our insurance and financing options.
Teeth Whitening Services
If you are reluctant to smile because of discolored teeth, it may be time to consider professional teeth whitening. The process is fast, affordable, and can brighten your teeth by several shades.
What Is the Process for Professional Teeth Whitening?
The dentist coats the teeth with a highly concentrated bleaching gel that lifts away the deep and surface stains that make the teeth appear dull and yellow. In some cases, a light is used to activate the gel. The entire procedure normally takes about an hour to complete. Whitening treatments are effective at removing stains caused by foods, beverages, and smoking; however, they do not work on restored teeth or teeth that are discolored by decay.
What Can I Expect to Pay for Professional Teeth Whitening?
The severity of the discoloration and the number of treatments required determine the final cost of your treatment. In general, in-office treatments are more expensive than over-the-counter and at-home treatments. Yet, they offer superior results. Our staff will discuss cost and payment options with you once you and your dentist have agreed on a treatment plan.
Is It Possible to Whiten My Teeth at Home?
We do offer at-home whitening kits that come with a professional-grade bleaching solution and custom-fitted trays for easy application. These treatments can brighten the teeth by several shades when used consistently for a couple of weeks. Your dentist will provide you with detailed instructions for using the kit effectively and safely.
Durable and affordable dental veneers are an effective way to correct cosmetic imperfections involving the teeth, such as chips and gaps.
How Do Dental Veneers Work?
Dental veneers are applied to the surface of the tooth to improve the appearance of teeth that are worn, chipped, misaligned, or abnormally spaced. Veneers are custom-made from thin layers of porcelain or composite resin so that they blend in with your natural teeth.
How Much Can I Expect to Pay for Dental Veneers?
The best way to find out the exact cost of your treatment is to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists. The cost of veneers can vary from person to person based on the type of veneers used, the number of veneers required, and other factors. It is important to note that most dental plans do not cover the cost of veneers unless they are deemed a medical necessity. Our staff may be able to help you find a financing option to make your treatment as affordable as possible.
What Is the Difference Between Porcelain and Composite Resin Veneers?
Both types of veneers are an effective way to restore your smile. Porcelain veneers can last decades without chipping or staining, but they are more expensive. Composite resin veneers are less expensive, but they are more susceptible to wear and may have to be replaced every three to five years.
Are Porcelain Veneers Affordable?
Our dentist will help you determine the appropriate type of veneer for your budget and treatment goals. Schedule a consultation today to find out if veneers are the right solution for your dental issues.