The full cost of your dental implant procedure will depend on your overall treatment needs, such as the extent of restoration required to complete your smile. Our team will provide you with a complete breakdown of all costs and payment options.
We offer safe, gentle sedation to patients undergoing a variety of treatments, including extractions and implant procedures.
If you’ve lost one or more teeth due to trauma, disease, or decay, it’s important to replace those teeth as soon as you can. Missing teeth can impact your oral health as well as your overall physical well-being, causing problems biting, chewing, and eating properly. You also have a greater chance of developing gum disease, TMJ, crooked teeth, and other issues if you go without replacing your missing teeth.
Dental implants are made out of a biocompatible metal called titanium. The metal bonds to your jawbone to replace your tooth roots and create a permanent base to anchor your replacement teeth.
You will require a minor surgical procedure to place the implants in your jaw. Following your procedure, it’s normal to experience some pain and swelling while your mouth heals. Our team will provide you with detailed post-operative instructions and prescribed pain relievers (as needed) to help you manage any discomfort you may experience.
Yes, clear aligners are recommended for teen and adult patients living with a range of orthodontic cases.
Yes, clear aligners can treat most orthodontic issues, including crowding, overbite, underbite, open bite, and crossbite.
Most insurance plans cover the cost of your clear aligners in part. No insurance? No problem! We also offer flexible financing through CareCredit, Sunbit, and LendingClub.
The cost of your treatment will depend on your case, such as the extent of correction needed and how long it will take. In most cases, clear aligners cost about the same as braces.
Porcelain veneers are permanently bonded to your teeth and can only be removed by a dentist in order to be repaired or replaced. Composite veneers are made of resin which mimics the quality and appearance of enamel and is sculpted directly onto the tooth. This means they can be easily repaired or replaced without any major dental work.
Your veneers will eventually need to be replaced. Porcelain veneers typically last 10-15 years, while composite resin veneers can last 5-7 years.
The process of preparing your teeth to receive porcelain veneers requires a small amount of enamel to be removed, but it’s a painless procedure thanks to local anesthesia. You may experience some tenderness in the gums following the application of your new veneers while you adjust to them, but this sensation is generally mild and passes quickly.
Porcelain veneers typically take 2-3 visits over the course of a few weeks. This includes your initial consultation, tooth preparation, receiving your temporary veneers, and your final veneers coming back from the lab for application. Composite veneers take 1-2 visits, from the initial consult to the application appointment. They can be applied directly to the surfaces of your teeth by the dentist without tooth preparation.