Full Mouth Reconstruction
Are you reluctant to smile in public for fear that your broken, missing or discolored teeth will show? Full mouth reconstruction can restore your smile and confidence.
When Do I Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive method for addressing many different dental issues simultaneously. If you have widespread tooth decay, extensive tooth loss, very worn teeth, cracked teeth or bite problems, a full mouth reconstruction may be right for you. Many patients appreciate full mouth reconstruction because it often employs veneers, crowns and caps to create a beautiful smile almost instantly. To find out if full mouth reconstruction can restore your smile, call us for a consultation.
What Is the Price for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The price of full mouth reconstruction differs from patient to patient. Full mouth reconstruction usually involves numerous dental procedures that are part of a comprehensive, individualized plan developed by your dentist. Your cost will depend on the health of your teeth and the number of restorations you need. If you have questions about full mouth reconstruction costs, simply give us a call. We’re here to discuss affordable options, our pricing, your insurance coverage and payment plans.
In-office Teeth Whitening Treatment
Smile with confidence, thanks to professional teeth whitening treatments in our office. Treatments are quick and simple, and you’ll appreciate their affordability.
What’s the Process for Professional Teeth Whitening?
When you come into our office for a chairside teeth whitening procedure, you can expect the process to last about an hour. We’ll protect your gums with an isolation material like gel or a rubber shield. We use highly concentrated bleaching gel for the treatment, applying it by painting it on each tooth or placing it in a tray that fits around your teeth. Results are immediate, removing both surface and deep stains from your teeth. This type of whitening procedure works best on teeth that are discolored by substances such as coffee, red wine and tobacco. Crowns, caps and veneers cannot be lightened by professional teeth whitening treatments, nor can teeth that are discolored by decay.
What Can I Expect Professional Teeth Whitening to Cost?
Your cost for teeth whitening depends on issues such as the intensity of your stains and the number of treatments you’ll need. We can estimate a more precise professional teeth whitening cost when you meet with our cosmetic dentists. While chairside teeth whitening is more expensive than store-bought teeth whitening products, most people appreciate the higher quality results found with professional whitening. In-office teeth whitening also lasts much longer than over-the-counter treatments.
Is Take-home Teeth Whitening an Option?
Professional teeth whitening is available in a take-home kit for many patients, but talk to your dentist about whether you’re a good candidate for this convenient treatment. Typically, take-home teeth whitening kits include a professional-grade bleaching gel and custom-made trays that fit over your teeth. While your dentist will instruct you how best to use your individual kit, you’ll likely wear the bleach-filled tray for about an hour a day for two weeks.
Smiling is enjoyable again when you have cosmetic veneers in place. They’re terrific for correcting a number of dental issues like misaligned teeth, and they’re affordable and sturdy.
How Do Dental Veneers Work?
Dental veneers are bonded to the front of your tooth and shaped to fit your bite and desired smile. They are made of thin porcelain or composite resin layers, and they’re known as a long-lasting solution to worn, discolored and chipped teeth.
How Much Is the Cost for Dental Veneers?
Veneers are often considered to be cosmetic, so your dental insurance may not cover the procedure. Overall, your dental veneer cost is determined by how many teeth need veneers, the type of material used to make your veneer and the range of your cosmetic dental needs. For more information about costs and flexible financing, call us.
What Is the Process for Getting Porcelain Veneers?
If you’ve decided to restore your smile with durable, appealing porcelain veneers, your dentist in Allen will remove a very thin layer of enamel from your tooth to prepare it for the veneer. An impression of the tooth is made so a lab can create a unique veneer for that tooth. You’ll return to our office to have the porcelain veneer bonded to your tooth.
What Is the Total Cost for Porcelain Veneers?
Cosmetic porcelain veneer costs vary from person to person because they’re based on your individual needs. In general, porcelain veneer prices are slightly higher than composite resin, but porcelain restorations are stronger and longer lasting. You’ll receive an estimate of anticipated costs in our office before the process begins.