Issues Targeted During Full Mouth Reconstruction

When you need to see your dentist about several possible problems, you may worry about the challenges associated with scheduling multiple treatments. How long will it take your dentist to work through all of the issues you bring up? How many procedures will you really need? Can one practice take on all of your concerns? At our Katy, TX dentist’s office, we encourage patients to meet with us if they worry they need to arrange several treatments. Through a full mouth reconstruction plan, you can feel reassured that your oral health needs are going to be properly resolved. We can work out a treatment plan that recognizes your needs, prioritizes the most urgent services, and puts a successful restoration within reach!

When You Need Several Dental Procedures

Someone who takes a break from routine dental care can discover they need to schedule restorative dental work for more than one problem. If this is the case for you, it can be intimidating to imaging yourself outlining so many different services. Fortunately, you can find that your dentist is ready to make this easier for you. By planning a full mouth reconstruction, we can make several important determinations that help us move forward with your care. In addition to identifying all of the services that need to occur, we can help you understand which issues are the most severe, and need to be addressed promptly.

Restoring And Replacing Teeth

Problems with missing and infected teeth can call for prompt support. Tooth loss makes it difficult for you to bite and chew, leaves you with a greater risk for losing additional teeth, and causes cosmetic concerns. Any teeth that have become infected due to damage or decay can cause both pain and sensitivity issues, and are at risk for being lost. We will determine whether you have teeth that call for root canal therapy, which will stop an infection, before providing the appropriate restorations. With dental implants, we can provide stability for prostheses that we put in position to close smile gaps.

Correcting Bite Problems And Issues With Jaw Pain

A full mouth reconstruction has larger aims than just the treatment of individual teeth in poor health. When you have concerns about your bite function, we can help! Stiffness, pain, and difficulty with jaw movement can all call for treatment for TMJ disorder. When we address concerns about your jaw movement and stress, we can improve your quality of life by positively changing your bite movement.

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

Through full mouth reconstruction, we can take care of your smile by identifying and addressing all of the problems that currently affect you. To find out more about this and other services that we provide, please reach out to Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX at 832-437-3849.