A break in routine oral health checkups can lead to problems for your smile. In some cases, several problems with tooth decay can become a concern, one that needs to be fully addressed for the sake of your appearance and well-being. Our Katy, TX dental office can support you if you need to arrange multiple restorative procedures to manage your oral health. By taking on a full mouth reconstruction with you, we can make an intimidating or frustrating process feel more manageable, and we can see to it that your have the right care for your smile and oral health!
We Can Help When You Have More Than One Cavity That Needs To Be Treated
Any cavity that affects your smile should be taken seriously and treated promptly. The longer it takes for you to take on an issue with decay, the more likely you are to experience complications that demand more involved care. Unfortunately, patients sometimes find themselves intimidated by the discovery that several of their teeth are affected by decay. In this situation, it can be important to work out a treatment plan that both suits you and fully responds to problems with your oral health. We can create a full mouth reconstruction plan that fits your needs and fully improves upon the health of your smile.
What Will Your Care Involve?
The specific services provided during your full mouth reconstruction will depend on the state of your smile. Cavities that are severe enough to cause problems within the tooth structure can be a higher priority, as these teeth are more likely to cause discomfort. At this stage, a cavity is also closer to causing irreversible harm that makes tooth extraction necessary. Once we tend to these more serious issues, we can take care of teeth that are affected by less severe decay.
Preventing Future Issues With Cavities
If you want to avoid complications from advanced tooth decay in the future, make sure that you have regular oral health appointments scheduled. During routine visits, we can point out problems with dental decay and provide care before there are complications. These smaller cavities can be treated with dental fillings that only make conservative changes to your enamel necessary.
Talk To Your Katy, TX Dentist About Treatment For Cavities
When patients have several cavities, they can feel intimidated by their treatment needs. Fortunately, our practice can help! We can provide a full mouth reconstruction plan that takes on decay as well as any other issues that currently hurt your dental well-being. For more information on how we can help you, reach out to Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX today at 832-437-3849!