If you are ready to embark on a full mouth reconstruction, you may feel a mixture of anticipation and unease. While the idea of seeing your smile’s health and appearance fully restored can be exciting, you may have questions about what to expect from the process. How many procedures will you have to undergo? How long will the process take? How comfortable will I be during different treatments? When you have a dentist you feel confident in, and one you trust to help you see meaningful results, you can have an easier time looking forward to your full mouth reconstruction. Our Katy, TX dental practice has taken care of many patients in need of this advanced care, and we are ready to help you make significant changes to your smile!
Don’t Let Embarrassment Over Your Oral Health Stop You From Seeking Treatment
One reason people sometimes delay starting a treatment plan like a full mouth reconstruction is that they are embarrassed by the current state of their smile. While it may be hard to resist feeling self-conscious about the way your teeth look, or the condition of your oral health, taking the steps to restore your smile can have lasting value for you. Your dentist can provide patience and understanding while talking about your dental health, and while working out a treatment plan to help you recover your smile.
What To Expect From Restorative Dental Work
When you have teeth affected by damage and decay, restorative dental work can do more than just put a stop to active problems. In order to fully address any cavities or dental trauma that currently affect you, your dentist will provide quality restorations. For relatively small cavities, dental fillings made with composite resin can restore your tooth after decay is removed, and match the color of your enamel. If you have teeth that need dental crowns, we can use modern porcelain and zirconia restorations to provide cosmetic benefits in addition to important support.
We Can Also Help You Deal With Poor Bite During Your Full Mouth Reconstruction
After an extended period of time dealing with poor dental health, you may have developed problems with your bite that have led to TMJ dysfunction. If this is the case, we can work with you on changing your bite for the better in order to provide relief. Through a process known as bite equilibration, we can use an analysis of your current bite to determine if there are imbalances that affect you, and we can use that information to make corrections to how you move your jaw.
Lathrop Dental Center Is Ready To Provide Your Full Mouth Reconstruction
At Lathrop Dental Center, patients who have experienced an accumulation of multiple oral health problems can benefit from beginning a full mouth reconstruction. If you are interested in finding out more, you can reach our office in Katy, TX, by calling 832-437-3849.