Full mouth reconstruction is a complicated process. That said, it is a must that you only see the best dentist to perform the procedure. Dr. Anthony Mobasser has specialized in full-mouth dental reconstruction since 1980. He will conduct a comprehensive examination to determine the extent of your dental problem and the options to mitigate it.
First Step: Evaluation and Examination
A full comprehensive examination of your teeth, gum tissues, joints, jaw muscles, occlusion, and esthetics will be conducted at Dr. Mobasser. This is the first step of full mouth reconstruction or full mouth restoration.
Dr. Mobasser will take note of any cavities, leaking fillings, sensitivities, cracks, root canal issues, cosmetic needs, old worn, out dentistry, and your occlusion or bite to determine whether you need porcelain veneers or full-coverage inlays, bridges or implants. If you have periodontal issues, he may suggest first root planing or scaling at onset and evaluate for further necessary treatment to treat the problem. Dr. Mobasser’s team consists of periodontists who can give you newly reconstructed gums and bones with a solid foundation.
The examination includes X-rays, photographs, models of your teeth, bite analysis, etc. All examinations are done at Dr. Mobasser’s clinic. Known as the best dentist in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, Dr. Mobasser has a dream team of periodontists, Endodontists, orthodontists, and oral surgeons. He may refer you to one or some of them to create the most suitable treatment plan.
Second Step: Treatment Plan
After he has developed a comprehensive treatment plan to correct your oral problems, a full mouth reconstruction will be conducted. Most treatment plans involve different phases and may require multiple office visits, and the number of days you must visit his dental office will depend on your situation.
In addition to your overall dental health, Dr. Mobasser and his team will also thoroughly examine your overall health. If you have heart problems or autoimmune diseases, you may need special considerations before the full mouth reconstruction is conducted.
Price/Cost of Mouth Dental Reconstruction
The overall cost of full mouth reconstruction can vary from patient to patient; a complete examination, consultation, and evaluation is needed, and many factors can fluctuate the cost. The cost of full-mouth dental reconstruction and rehabilitation can vary tremendously from one dentist to another dentist. The expertise of the reconstructive dentist and the know-how of each dentist, in combination with the severity of each case, play a major factor in the total treatment cost.
A dental implant restoration crown may cost from $2,000 and up per tooth. This will depend on the number of teeth that need replacement.
Dental bridge placement is an alternative to dental implant restoration, starting from $5000 and up.
Dental porcelain crown placement will cost around $2500 per tooth if done by Dr. Mobasser. The doctor’s experience and know-how, the type of porcelain material that will be used, the esthetic needs, and the desired function of your teeth is the contributing factor to the cost.
Dr. Mobasser’s private dental practice is a fee-for-service; however, if you have dental insurance, Dr. Mobasser’s office will bill your insurance, so you get reimbursed directly from your insurance, depending on your plan. Generally speaking, dental insurance is a help, but it does not cover more than $1500 to $2000, depending on your plan.
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Are you looking for a cosmetic dentist in Los Angeles? If you want to improve your smile and feel more confident, look no further than Dr. Anthony Mobasser.
With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Mobasser uses advanced techniques and top-tier technologies to correct imperfections in your teeth, giving you a perfect smile.
Dr. Mobasser has amassed a long list of celebrity clientele who know they can count on him to help them put their best face forward. If you want a Hollywood smile, contact the staff at Dr. Mobasser’s Los Angeles office to schedule your first appointment.
To make the process easier, we offer free consultations to begin the journey toward your new smile. Call us today to get started!
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