Full Mouth Reconstruction
Damaged teeth can affect your confidence and negatively impact your daily activities, so we encourage you to contact your dentist for more information about a full mouth reconstruction. It’s common for most patients to require multiple procedures, but our dentists are sure that you’ll find the entire process a beneficial investment in your oral health.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Dental treatments that restore some or all of your teeth are referred to as full mouth reconstructions. These treatments can completely rebuild your smile, correcting dental problems such as extremely worn down teeth, advanced decay, extensive tooth loss, and bite issues. A full mouth reconstruction also includes orthodontics, veneers, bridges, and other restorative treatments, including those used to treat traumatic injuries to the mouth or teeth. Call us today for your initial consultation, and take the first step in restoring your smile.
How Much Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
Your full mouth reconstruction usually involves multiple procedures that are designed as part of a custom treatment plan to restore your smile. This plan is created by your dentist based on your individual needs, meaning that the cost of a full mouth reconstruction will vary for each patient. Your expected costs are determined by how many procedures are required to complete your restoration, the health of your teeth, and the technology required to finish your restoration. When a full mouth restoration is needed, it’s understandable to have concerns about cost. We encourage you to get in touch with us if you have any questions about the cost of your treatment, your insurance coverage, or payment options.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment
If you want to brighten your teeth quickly, our dentists offer in-office teeth whitening. With this affordable procedure, your teeth can be whitened by several shades for a youthful and bright smile.
Professional Teeth Whitening Overview
During your in-office treatment, a whitening gel is applied to your teeth. Some gel formulations are activated with a special light to help the gel penetrate into your teeth, removing both deep and surface stains. If your teeth are stained from years of smoking or from eating or drinking certain foods and beverages, our in-office treatment can whiten your teeth by several shades. Restorations or teeth that are stained from advanced decay or injury will not respond well to professional whitening.
What Does Professional Teeth Whitening Cost?
While in-office teeth whitening costs more than whitening at home, most of our patients find that the results they’ve achieved are a worthwhile investment. The cost of professional teeth whitening is different for each patient and depends on how many whitening treatments are required and the degree of tooth discoloration. To receive more information about teeth whitening prices, schedule an appointment with our cosmetic dentists today.
Does Take-home Teeth Whitening Work?
Our take-home whitening kits allow you to receive professional whitening results in privacy and at a time that works with your schedule. Whitening trays that are custom-made for your mouth and bleaching gel are included in every kit. When used regularly for 14 days, you can whiten your smile by several shades. Detailed instructions are provided with every kit. Please consult with your dentist if you have any questions.
Dental veneers are an easy and economical alternative to help you create a beautiful smile without requiring extensive orthodontic treatments. These natural-looking appliances are a perfect option for anyone looking to revitalize their smile.
What Should You Know About Dental Veneers?
Made of composite resin or natural-looking porcelain, dental veneers are thin, lightweight shells that are specially designed to fit over your natural teeth. Our dentists recommend dental veneers for patients with worn down, misaligned, chipped, or unevenly spaced teeth.
How Much Is a Set of Dental Veneers?
Just like other dental treatments and procedures, the cost to get veneers is not the same for every patient. How many teeth require restoration, the complexity of the procedure, and the type of veneer used are all factors that determine your cosmetic veneers cost.
Are Porcelain Veneers Permanent?
Porcelain veneers are made of a thin layer of porcelain that covers each tooth. With results that can last up to 20 years, they are a great long-term solution that can correct misaligned, uneven, chipped, or cracked teeth.
What Should I Expect to Pay for Porcelain Veneers?
Overall, you should expect to pay more for porcelain veneers than you would other types of veneers. However, porcelain veneers are strong and long-lasting, which is what makes them a popular choice for many patients. Your average treatment costs are variable and can depend on the complexity of your cosmetic problems and how many teeth are being restored. After an evaluation in our office, our dentists can give you an estimate of your expected costs.