Full Mouth Reconstructions
If you are suffering from multiple dental problems, a full mouth reconstruction may be the best way to regain your smile. A full mouth reconstruction typically involves multiple procedures performed over a period of weeks or even months. Most patients find that it is worth the effort and financial investment in order to be able to eat and smile with confidence.
What Is Involved in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction involves performing a series of dental procedures in order to systematically restore all of your teeth simultaneously. Dentists often perform reconstructions on patients who have severely damaged teeth resulting from a traumatic injury. We also perform reconstructions on patients who are unhappy with their smile because of tooth loss, severe decay, teeth that are worn or chipped, or bite problems. As part of a full mouth reconstruction, the dentist may also provide you with bridges, veneers, or other types of “instant orthodontics” in order to give the teeth a straighter and more uniform appearance. Call our office today to find out if a full mouth reconstruction may be right for you.
Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction Expensive?
After your consultation, the dentist will work with you to develop a treatment plan designed to help you meet your dental health goals. Since each patient’s needs are different, the exact cost of a reconstruction can vary. The final cost will be determined by the type and number of procedures performed, the technology required to perform the procedure, and the overall health of your teeth. Our team will work with you to find the most affordable treatment options available. We are also available to answer any questions that you may have about your insurance coverage or payment options.
In-Office Teeth Whitening Services
The foods and beverages that you consume on a daily basis, smoking, and even age can leave your teeth looking dingy and yellow. We offer fast, affordable teeth whitening treatments that can restore your teeth to their natural pearly white.
What Does Professional Teeth Whitening Involve?
Unlike most over-the-counter whitening treatments that only remove surface stains, professional whitening treatments use a concentrated bleaching gel that is effective at removing both surface stains as well as deep, stubborn stains. Some bleaching gels must be activated using light. The process takes approximately an hour, and you will notice the results immediately. Professional whitening is effective on stains caused by foods, beverages, and smoking. It will not correct discoloration caused by decay and is not suitable for restored teeth.
How Expensive Is Professional Teeth Whitening?
Professional teeth whitening does cost more than at-home treatments. However, most patients find the quality of the results is worth the extra expense. Your final cost will be determined by the severity of the discoloration and the number of treatments required. Call today to schedule a consultation with one of our cosmetic dentists or to learn about our professional teeth whitening services.
Do You Offer Take-Home Teeth Whitening Kits?
We do offer professional-grade teeth whitening kits that you can use in the convenience of your own home. These kits come with custom-fitted trays and a concentrated bleaching gel similar to what we use in our office. To achieve the best results, you should follow the instructions that come with your kit consistently for two weeks. By the end of the treatment, your teeth should be several shades whiter.
Veneers are a fast and affordable way to improve the appearance of damaged or misshapen teeth. Call today to find out if durable, natural-looking veneers can help you improve the aesthetics of your smile.
What Is a Dental Veneer?
Dental veneers are made from composite resin or thin layers of porcelain. Each veneer is custom-made to blend in with your natural teeth. Our dentists typically recommend veneers for patients with worn, chipped, misaligned, or abnormally spaced teeth.
Are Veneers Expensive?
The complexity of your dental issues, the number of veneers required, and the types of veneers used will determine your final cost. Since most insurance companies consider veneers cosmetic, they are normally not covered unless they are considered a medical necessity. We do offer various financing options to make the cost as affordable as possible.
What Is the Difference Between Porcelain and Composite Resin Veneers?
Both types of veneers are an effective way to improve your smile. Composite veneers are typically less expensive than porcelain. However, they are more prone to chipping, fading, and staining. Porcelain veneers are more expensive, but they can stay looking beautiful for decades with proper care. Our dentists can help you choose the option that is best for your needs and budget.