The Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction
The cost of full mouth reconstruction varies from one case to another depending on the extent of the patient's needs, the treatments that insurance will cover, and other factors. In general, the more procedures your plan incorporates, the more you can expect to pay, but there are other aspects of care that will influence your total expense. During a consultation, Dr. Stephen E. Rogers and his team at Greater Long Island Dental Health Associates, serving the Long Island, NY, area, can provide an estimate of what you can expect to pay for full mouth reconstruction. In the meantime, they invite you to learn more about the factors that influence the price of this comprehensive treatment.
Treatment of Tooth Decay and Gum Disease
Health issues such as gum disease or tooth decay will be addressed at the beginning of treatment. These treatments will contribute to the total cost of full mouth reconstruction. Treatments such as root canal therapy and tooth extractions usually qualify for at least partial coverage under most insurance plans.
Advanced technology helps us to provide treatment that is safer, more effective, and more attuned to your oral health needs. Although the use of tools such as digital x-rays and rendered previews of treatment results increase the cost of our services, these tools can reduce your risk of a failed treatment requiring costly revision in the future. Meanwhile, our CEREC® technology allows us to create crowns in a single visit, saving you the expense of a temporary restoration. In short, a slightly greater investment now can save you considerable time and money.
For the right candidates, dental implants are the absolute best way to replace lost teeth. While most insurance plans do not cover dental implants, we are glad to arrange financing that can help patients budget for this treatment. The implant and abutment material, surgical expenses, and the number of implants needed will all affect the total cost of integrating implants into a treatment plan.
A consultation with Dr. Rogers is the first step in determining the total investment required to make a restored smile a reality.
If you have been missing teeth for a long period, you may require bone grafting surgery or a sinus lift procedure to restore lost bone tissue in the jaw. These procedures will inflate your overall treatment cost. However, it is important to understand that implants halt further bone recession, which means that if you wear dentures, you likely will not require any future adjustments to your restoration.
Dentures, Bridges, and Crowns
Insurance often contributes to the cost of restorations, but more premium materials will command a greater price. By investing in dentures, bridges, and crowns made of high-grade dental porcelain, you can expect a longer-lasting solution that can save money in the long run.
Although full mouth reconstruction is primarily a practical treatment, many patients choose to incorporate treatments such as teeth whitening or veneers in order to achieve an aesthetic enhancement alongside restored health and function. These treatments are not covered by insurance plans.
We believe no patient should have to compromise when it comes to repairing their smile and fully restoring oral health. We offer CareCredit® financing to help make outstanding treatment affordable on virtually any budget. This third-party lender offers low-interest and no-interest plans to help you achieve the restored health and confidence you deserve.
Call to Schedule Your Consultation
If your smile requires extensive treatment, a consultation with Dr. Rogers is the first step in determining the total investment required to make a restored smile a reality. Contact our office online or give us a call at (516) 468-7103 to schedule your consultation today.
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