What If I Need Treatment For Several Injured Teeth?

If a physical injury leaves you with multiple chipped, cracked, or broken teeth, what will it take to restore your smile? How long will you have to wait to regain your appearance? Because we offer emergency dental services, our Katy, TX dentist’s office can start your treatment for dental trauma without delay. In the event that we need to treat several teeth for damage, we can discuss a full mouth reconstruction. This means working out the details of a plan to treat all of the issues you currently have with the way you look. Of course, we are also prepared to bring patients in on short notice if their damage is limited to a specific tooth.

We Can Bring You In For Care If You Have A Dental Emergency

Unless you need to seek general medical treatment first, you can arrange to see your dentist as soon as possible after suffering dental trauma. When you arrive for your emergency care, we can assess how much damage has occurred, and determine what needs to take place to treat your smile. When an injury affects several teeth, we can determine what injuries are the most serious, and what issues need the most immediate attention.

Arranging Restorative Dental Work For Multiple Teeth

The amount of damage done to a tooth can determine how it is treated. While some teeth will need swift attention to be saved, others may only require cosmetic dental work to be effectively restored. As part of your reconstruction plan, we can talk you through the different injuries that you have suffered, and explain what kind of care is required. As we work through restoring your smile, we can help you regain comfort with your appearance as well as with your dental function.

Root Canal Therapy May Need To Occur To Restore Badly Hurt Teeth

In order to save an injured tooth, we may need to provide root canal therapy. What this procedure does is restore the health of a tooth by dealing with internal damage or infection. By carefully removing damaged and infected tissues, we can stop chronic pain, and we can make sure that there is not a risk for bacteria spreading through the roots of a tooth. After this procedure is done, a dental crown is used to finalize the process of restoring the tooth.

Your Katy, TX Dentist’s Office Can Help You If Your Dental Injury Affects Multiple Teeth

If you find yourself in need of urgent dental care, our practice is prepared to help! We can work through your injuries, even if you have several teeth that are in poor condition and require attention. To learn more about our services, please call Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX, at 832-437-3849.