Beginning A Full Mouth Reconstruction

For someone who has gone without dental treatment for an extended time period, several problems can develop that will need to be addressed. Our Katy, TX dentist’s office can help you fully restore your oral health in this situation by recommending a full mouth reconstruction. For those with several dental problems, including more severe issues with damaged, infected, or lost teeth, we can work out a plan for multiple procedures. By doing so, we can help you understand what services you require, how they will help, and what they can ultimately do to fully restore your oral health and appearance. We can also take on problems with your bite function that can affect your daily life and well-being.

Should You Look Into Full Mouth Reconstruction?

For someone who has several oral health concerns, including serious concerns over problems with damaged teeth, dental pain and sensitivity, or even tooth loss, a full mouth reconstruction can be advantageous. One big upside to forming a plan of action is that you know what kind of services you require. Another is that your dentist can help you prioritize different procedures so that the most urgent matters are addressed first. With our advanced imaging technology, and our ability to provide multiple restorative dental procedures, we can help you fully work through your issues and regain a healthy smile!

Tackling Advanced Dental Problems

Serious problems with infected or damaged teeth should be treated promptly, as their health can further deteriorate as time passes. When called for, we can provide root canal therapy to address problems within your tooth structure. If there is no longer a way to save a tooth, we can safely extract it and make plans to provide a prosthetic restoration.

Including Treatment To Resolve Jaw Problems

You may need to focus on more than just work to restore individual teeth as part of your full mouth reconstruction. Over time, worsening oral health issues can change the way you bite and chew, leading to imbalances that cause TMJ pain. By evaluating your bite and helping you make corrections to its movements, we can put a stop to persistent dental pain, sensitivity, and stiffness that have negatively impacted you.

Talk To Your Katy, TX Dentist About Starting A Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction plan can help you work through all of your oral health issues in order to show off a healthier, happier smile! Our practice is prepared to help you by performing a detailed review to see what service or services are called for in order to address all of your dental concerns. If you would like to find out more, or if you have concerns about active problems, please reach out to Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX at 832-437-3849.