Full Mouth Reconstruction
If damaged teeth are affecting your smile and self confidence, we encourage you to ask your dentist about a full mouth reconstruction. The process may involve more than one procedure, but reclaiming your smile and oral health will be worth the time and investment.
What Is Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction procedures can restore all of your teeth and rebuild your natural smile. If some or all of your teeth are severely worn or affected by decay, injury, or fracture, you may be a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction. In addition to bridges, veneers, and orthodontics, our dentists also recommend a full mouth reconstruction if you have suffered a traumatic injury to your mouth or teeth. To learn more information about how you can benefit from a full mouth reconstruction, contact us to schedule an appointment.
How Much for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Completing your full mouth reconstruction involves several procedures that are designed as part of an individualized plan to reclaim your smile. Your dentist creates this plan based on your specific needs, making the cost of a full mouth reconstruction different for each patient. Your expected costs are determined by the health of your teeth, how many procedures are required to complete your restoration, and the technology your dentist uses to complete your restoration. Our team understands that you might have concerns about costs when a full mouth restoration is needed. We encourage you to contact us with any questions you may have about your expected costs, your insurance coverage, or payment options.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
If you have discolored teeth, you can elect to receive an in-office teeth whitening treatment to brighten your teeth by several shades. Teeth whitening is quick, affordable, and can enhance the beauty of your smile.
How Is Professional Teeth Whitening Done?
Our in-office whitening procedure is painless and can be completed in about an hour, producing instant results. During the procedure, a whitening gel that removes deep, surface stains is applied to your teeth. This gel may be light activated depending on the formula used by your dentist. Patients who have discolored teeth from smoking or consuming certain foods or beverages are ideal candidates for the procedure; however, whitening is not effective on all teeth. The procedure will not work on restorations or teeth that are discolored due to decay or injury.
How Much Does Professional Teeth Whitening Cost?
In-office teeth whitening is more expensive than take-home teeth whitening. If you’re looking for faster, longer-lasting results, in-office whitening will be worth the expense. How many whitening treatments you need and how badly your teeth are discolored are all factors that can influence the price of your whitening treatment. To learn more about the cost for professional teeth whitening, schedule an appointment with our cosmetic dentists.
How Is Take-Home Teeth Whitening Done?
At-home whitening kits are a convenient way to achieve professional-grade results in the privacy of your home. These kits contain whitening gel and trays that are custom-made to fit your mouth. When used regularly over a period of two weeks, it’s possible to whiten your teeth by several shades. We provide you with detailed instructions on how to use your at-home whitening kit, but you’re welcome to call us if you have any questions.
If you’re looking to improve the appearance of your smile, dental veneers can be an ideal solution. These affordable, attractive appliances are an option for anyone with misshapen or missing teeth.
What Are Composite Dental Veneers?
Dental veneers are thin, lightweight shells made of porcelain or composite resin. They are custom made to fit over your natural teeth, instantly creating a beautiful smile. Veneers create a pleasing smile for people with stained, chipped, worn down, or unevenly spaced teeth.
How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost?
The materials used to make your veneer, the complexity of your restoration, and how many teeth are being restored are just a few factors that will determine the cost of your dental veneers. Unless treatment is considered medically necessary, dental veneers aren’t usually covered by insurance. However, we may have other resources available to meet your needs, including flexible payment plans. Get in touch with us for more information.
How Do Porcelain Veneers Work?
Porcelain veneers consist of lightweight, thin layers of porcelain that are custom made and bonded to the front of your teeth. In addition to being very strong and durable, porcelain veneers can be used to correct a variety of dental issues, including chipped, cracked, discolored, or misaligned teeth.
How Much Do Porcelain Veneers Cost?
Although porcelain veneers are usually more costly than veneers made from composite resin, their durability and natural appearance make them a worthwhile investment for many patients. Your porcelain veneers cost will vary depending on how many teeth are being corrected and the complexity of your dental problems. When you come into our office, the dentist will also outline your treatment plan and provide an estimate of your expected costs.