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Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction can rehabilitate your oral health. While treatment can be expensive, the benefits are worth it.

Drs. David Tasch and Mike Meek will work with you to find an affordable solution using the latest techniques in dentistry.

The team at 38th Street Dental can help people throughout Austin, TX, get a healthy, beautiful smile without breaking the bank.

How Much Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?

The price range for full mouth reconstruction can vary widely. Treatment plans usually involve the placement of dental implants to support dentures, costing between $10,000 to $100,000 per dental arch. Other procedures, such as treatment for gum disease, root canal therapy, and dental crowns, can also increase the price.

Keep in mind that full mouth reconstruction is an investment in your future dental health to improve your quality of life. While the price tag may seem high, the long-term benefits justify the cost.

Breaking Down the Price Range Learn Why Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost Varies

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There are several approaches for full mouth reconstruction depending on your needs and preferences:

  • Implant-Supported Denture: $12,000 to $18,000 per arch – This option includes a snap-on full arch of teeth that is removable for convenient hygiene and cleaning.
  • All-on-4® Hybrid Bridge: $22,000 to $29,000 per arch – An All-on-4 hybrid bridge is a fixed, permanent restoration supported by Nobel Biocare™ dental implants.
  • Full Arch Reconstruction With Individual Implants: $10,000 to $100,000 per arch – Individual dental implants can be combined with crowns to provide a functional and cosmetic outcome.

The cost of your full mouth reconstruction may also be affected by additional oral surgeries to address bone atrophy of the jaw. When you visit our Austin, TX, dental office, we can provide a full price breakdown of your treatment plan.

Results Like These Are Priceless Learn Why Full Mouth Reconstruction Is a Worthwhile Investment

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Before This patient had no molars and significant damage to their front teeth, limiting their quality of life. 
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After A full arch reconstruction using implants, crowns, and veneers restored their smile and confidence. 

Factors Affecting Cost

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  • The oral health issues we need to treat
  • The complexity of the patient's case
  • The duration of full mouth rehabilitation
  • Number of implants required
  • Additional preparatory treatments performed

Does Insurance Cover Treatment?

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Your dental insurance may cover certain full mouth reconstruction procedures, although it depends on which treatments you select. Be sure to check with your insurance provider for more information about your coverage.

Financing Options Making Treatment More Affordable

At 38th Street Dental, we understand that undergoing a full mouth reconstruction can be a major financial decision. For your convenience, we accept financing through CareCredit® and LendingClub®. These financing options divide the total cost of care into monthly payments. This allows people to undergo restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures without putting too much strain on their household finances.

Since this is a big decision, our team is here to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have when budgeting your treatment. We want to help you achieve your smile goals.

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Your Future Oral Health Is Worth It

Drs. Meek and Tasch

Money should not be the sole consideration when your oral health is at stake. Dr. Meek and Dr. Tasch can improve not only your smile but also your quality of life. Think of full mouth reconstruction as an investment in your future. By addressing health issues now, you can enjoy a lifetime of benefits and avoid costly dental procedures for years to come.

Modern techniques in dentistry have allowed us to achieve long-lasting and even life-changing outcomes for patients. Whether you are missing one tooth or all of your teeth, there is a dental care option that can help.

If you have questions about the cost of your treatment, speak with one of our team members. We can help you come up with a payment plan that will fit your needs and budget.

Reviews from Our Valued Patients Our Dentists Enhance Smiles All Over Austin, TX

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William Berenji

2021

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This office is like a family to me they make me smile going in and they make me smile going out melissa and doctor meek are awesome to deal with every single trip i made to that office

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Mark Eissler

2021

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I’ve been a patient of Dr Meek for 5 years now. From the staff to the hygienists to the clean, modern facilities, I’ll go there as long as I live in Austin

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The team at 38th Street Dental

38th Street Dental

38th Street Dental in Austin, TX, utilizes the latest proven technology to provide you personalized dental care. Dr. Meek and Dr. Tasch are members of local and national dental associations, including:

  • The American Dental Association
  • The Texas Dental Association
  • The Academy of General Dentistry
  • The Capital Area Dental Society

To schedule an appointment, call us at (512) 458-6222 or contact us online today!

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