3 Issues A Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Address

Difficulties with your oral health can impact your confidence and general well-being, and it can also lead to issues with daily discomfort. For someone who has several issues with their smile, the idea of starting treatment can feel intimidating. What will it take to address all of your current concerns and ensure that your teeth are in good condition? Will work to restore your oral health also help you change your smile? At our Katy, TX dentist’s office, we can discuss the benefits of starting a full mouth reconstruction plan that addresses all of your smile troubles. We will target issues with individual teeth as well as larger difficulties with your bite movement. By doing so, we can help you see dramatic improvements that restore your appearance and health!

1. Problems With Bite Pain Or Stiffness

Bite pain and joint stiffness can be a source of daily discomfort for you. Over time, difficulties with your oral health may make it difficult to put pressure on certain teeth, and that can lead to a modified bite movement that causes some strain. To deal with this issue, we may need to help you modify your bite and restore those unhealthy teeth. We have pressure mapping technology that lets us evaluate your bite to find imbalances in the way you apply and release pressure. Once these imbalances are identified, we can move forward with work to ease tension and help you move on from aches and pains.

2. Trouble With Damaged Or Decaying Teeth

Teeth that are damaged or affected by decay can be a source of embarrassment, but they can also be a source of discomfort. After a review to plan your full mouth reconstruction, we can help you take on problems by using dental crowns or dental fillings for protection. When teeth are only affected by superficial damage, we can look into the option of restoring them through cosmetic work.

3. Concerns About Tooth Loss

Implant dentistry can lead to the restoration of your full smile with crowns and other prostheses that support your bite and appearance. Implants are set directly into your jawbone, which will then hold appliances that close the gaps in your smile. In addition to helping you feel more comfortable with your restoration (or restorations), implants stimulate your jawbone to protect it from deterioration.

Talk To Your Katy, TX Dentist To Start Your Full Mouth Reconstruction!

By committing to a full mouth reconstruction plan, we can help you plan out a series of treatments that can address all of your current smile concerns. With the right approach to treatment, you can feel better about your appearance as well as your ability to bite and chew without discomfort. To find out more, please reach out to Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX at 832-437-3849.