3. How Much Will My Treatment Cost?
Treatment costs can vary depending on your case, and whether or not a particular treatment is covered by dental insurance. Your restorative dentist may not be able to give you an exact number right away, but should still be able to give you a ballpark estimate of how much each restorative treatment will cost.
4. How Long Will It Take To Get Treatment?
Some treatments like dental fillings require just one appointment. Some, like dental crowns, may require multiple visits over a period of several weeks. And others, like dental implants, could take up to six months or longer.
So it’s a good idea to ask about how long your treatment will take, and to work with your restorative dentist to find a treatment that fits into your busy schedule and lifestyle.
5. Will I Need To Do Anything Special To Care For My New Smile?
Some treatments like partial or full dentures require a lot of changes in your oral hygiene routine. Others, like dental implants or dental bridges, do not require as much special care.
So before you commit to a particular treatment, you’ll want to discuss the details with your restorative dentist. How will you need to care for your mouth in order to keep your new teeth, your existing teeth, and your gums healthy?