What To Expect When You Start A Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you have reached a point where your smile is in poor shape because of several issues with your dental health, you may be afraid to even approach the idea of treatment. At our Katy, TX dental office, we can make the prospect of completely rehabilitating your smile and oral health easier. One thing we can do is help you understand what your oral health issues are, and make your treatment plan easier to understand. With your oral health assessed, we can devise a plan that involves the replacing and restoring of teeth, help you deal with chronic pain, and make sure you feel confident in your smile!

Assessing All Of Your Oral Health Needs

It is important to have all of your oral health needs assessed when making plans for a full mouth reconstruction. During an initial appointment, we can carefully evaluate you to look for signs of dental damage and decay, evidence of TMJ dysfunction and bruxism, as well as any other issues that should be addressed.

Arranging Prosthetic Work As Part Of Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

Few oral health problems affect a person’s life like tooth loss. If you have teeth that need to be extracted, or if you have already lost teeth, we can discuss the benefits of placing dental implants to hold any restorations you receive. Implant dentistry has made it possible for people to enjoy long-term support from stable prostheses. You can be impressed by how an implant makes a prosthetic stay secure enough to contribute to your biting and chewing functions. You can also be glad to have implants in place because they can restore stimulation to your jawbone, which helps you sustain better oral health.

Discussing Jaw Pain And Bite Troubles When Planning Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

At the end of your full mouth reconstruction, you should feel excited to see how your smile has been restored. With that said, our goal is to make sure that you enjoy more than just cosmetic improvements from this work! By correcting problems with your bite function and addressing issues with TMJ dysfunction, we can help you reduce stress on your jaw, and put less strain on certain teeth.

Talk To Lathrop Dental Center About A Full Mouth Reconstruction

At Lathrop Dental Center, we are prepared to help patients regain healthy, happy smiles through full mouth reconstruction plans! If you feel that your smile is in poor overall shape, we can help you by reviewing all of the issues that you face, and by ensuring that all of these issues are effectively treated. We are prepared to provide a range of different services, which enables us to take care of every step in an involved treatment. To learn more, you can reach our office in Katy, TX, by calling 832-437-3849.