Full Mouth Reconstruction
If multiple dental issues bother you, you may wonder how you will ever get them fixed. Full mouth reconstruction can help you discover exactly what you will have to do to get your dental health back on track. Full mouth reconstruction also helps patients who have suffered trauma to their mouth or teeth.
What Is Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is an approach that we use to tackle a variety of problems in one treatment plan. Our dentist will examine your mouth and perform a range of diagnostic procedures to determine what you will need done. You can have the procedures done as quickly as possible by combining several into one appointment; however, we can adjust the schedule to give you a break. If you want to restore your oral health and your smile, call us now for more information.
What Is the Price for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
You’ll have options to restore or replace damaged or missing teeth, and this will influence the price you’ll pay for a full mouth reconstruction. After your treatment plan is established, our dentist can tell you the anticipated total cost and the cost for each procedure. If you have dental insurance, some of the procedures may be covered. We offer financing plans as well.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Teeth whitening is like having a face lift. You will look younger and more refreshed, but without the surgery.
Why Is In-Office Teeth Whitening Superior to OTC Products?
While over-the-counter products are definitely less expensive than having your teeth whitened at the dentist’s office, they can only lighten your teeth by a shade or two. The toothpastes, strips and other products are not permitted to use a strong whitening solution like the one a dental practitioner may use. When you leave our office after a teeth whitening treatment, your teeth will be up to eight shades lighter.
What Will In-office Teeth Whitening Cost Me?
In-office teeth whitening is a bargain considering the rapid, dramatic results. The cost of your teeth whitening treatment will depend on the severity of the discoloration and how many treatments our dentist feel you will need. Schedule a consultation with our cosmetic dentist to learn what you will pay for teeth whitening.
Can a Dentist Offer a Take-home Teeth Whitening Kit?
Yes, our dentist can supply a kit with a custom whitening tray and a strong whitening gel. Following the instructions, you will see noticeably whiter teeth in a few weeks. Call us to see about having our dentist make you a custom kit for teeth whitening at home.
Veneers correct a variety of flaws that may have bothered you for years. Are you tired of hiding your smile because of one tooth’s imperfection? A veneer can mask the flaw, giving you your confidence back.
What Are Cosmetic Composite Veneers?
Composite resin veneers are made from the same material as composite fillings. Our dentist molds and shapes the veneer in the office, so composite veneers are less expensive. There is no dental lab involved. Composite veneers can usually by completed in one visit. Composite is not as strong as porcelain, so it will not last as long, but they are far more economical.
How Much Are Composite Veneers?
Composite veneers are about half the price of porcelain veneers. Some of our patients on a tight budget may choose composite veneers now and save their money for porcelain veneers. Composite veneers can last from five to 10 years with the proper care. Call us to schedule a consultation with our cosmetic dentist. You will be surprised at how affordable it is to change your smile with composite veneers.
How Are Porcelain Veneers Different?
Even though composite veneers look like a natural tooth, porcelain veneers have a lustrous shine that looks exactly like a natural tooth. Porcelain veneers are more durable as well, meaning they can last twice as long as composite veneers. Moreover, porcelain veneers do not stain as easily as composite veneers.
What Would it Cost to Get Porcelain Veneers?
Your price for porcelain veneers would depend on how many teeth you plan to restore. Additionally, dentists charge extra when bonding the veneer to a tooth is a complex process. We like to see all of our patients have a nice smile that makes them feel good about themselves. You may qualify for one of our financing plans, which could make it easier for you to get veneers by spacing the payments out.