Patients with widespread tooth loss, damage, or decay often find full mouth reconstruction to be the best solution to restore form and function to their smile. Full mouth reconstruction usually involves placement of dental implants and dentures, which can cost between $10,000 to $100,000 per dental arch at 38th Street Dental in Austin, TX. The price of your comprehensive procedure is dependent upon several factors including the amount, type, and method of dental implants selected. As such, full mouth reconstruction cost will vary significantly from patient to patient. Other cost factors may include treatments such as periodontal care, root canal therapy, and dental crowns. When planning your procedures, keep in mind that full mouth reconstruction is an investment in your future dental health that can significantly improve your quality of life.
Choosing to undergo full mouth reconstruction is a tremendous decision. There are many elements that contribute to the overall cost of treatment. As each full mouth reconstruction is completely customized, the primary cost factor is the number and types of procedures included in your plan. In addition to the use of dental implants and dentures to replace missing teeth, you may require dental crowns to restore a single tooth, support a dental bridge, or provide added strength to a tooth that has fallen victim to advanced decay or damage. You may also wish to include cosmetic treatments to enhance remaining teeth.
Depending on the state of your oral health, procedures such as root canal therapy or periodontal care may be required to alleviate infection or gum disease before undergoing any other treatments. Each of these procedures is associated with their own expenses. Identifying the aspects of quality treatment is helpful in understanding the expense that comes along with it.
There are several approaches to replacing missing teeth. The decision is a personal one, based on your unique needs and desires. Full-arch reconstruction can be achieved in a number of ways, including:
- Implant-Supported Denture: $12,000 to $18,000 per arch – This option includes a snap-on full arch of teeth, removable for convenient hygiene and cleaning.
- All-on-4® Hybrid Bridge: $22,000 to $29,000 per arch – A fixed, permanent restoration is supported by Nobel Biocare® dental implants.
- Full-Arch Reconstruction with Individual Implants: $10,000 to $100,000 per arch – Individual implants can be used in combination with crowns to provide a functional and cosmetic outcome. This technique can vary significantly depending on individual need.
During a consultation, our doctors can help you determine which method is the most efficient and cost-effective for your situation.
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Cost is an important factor when undergoing any kind of treatment. However, money should not be the sole consideration when your oral health is at stake. When properly planned by a dental professional, such as Drs. Meek or Tasch, full mouth reconstruction can quite improve not only your smile, but your quality of life. Paying into a comprehensive treatment plan that will restore your oral health, function, and aesthetics can help you invest in your future. By appropriately addressing issues now, you can enjoy a lifetime of benefits and avoid costly procedures for years to come.
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.
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®. Our team is here to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have when budgeting your treatment and achieving your smile goals.
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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. To reach a team member, contact us online, or call our office at (512) 458-6222.