Treating Patients Who Have Several Cavities

What difficulties will you need to worry about if you stop making your oral hygiene a priority? Someone who is not consistent with preventive care can find that they have several oral health issues that need to be addressed at one time. This can certainly complicate your ability to arrange dental care, but you should know that your Katy, TX dentist is ready to help. We can work out a plan to completely address your dental health issues. By creating a full mouth reconstruction plan, we can take on several cavities that affect you. We can also take on other problems with your dental well-being that have to be resolved to give you meaningful oral health improvements.

Worried That You Need To Address More Than One Cavity?

It can be less than welcome news to hear that you have one cavity that has to be treated. When you have several teeth affected by decay, you can have a harder time arranging all of the care that you require. Before finalizing a plan to restore your oral health, your dentist can perform a careful review to determine what services you require. We can build a full mouth reconstruction plan around what we find, which can lead to meaningful changes that benefit your well-being and your smile.

Working Out Plans To Fully Restore Your Oral Health

Your full mouth reconstruction plan will focus on addressing problems with the most severe cavities first. That may mean arranging root canal therapy, a treatment that can resolve trouble with infections that form over time. Depending on what state your teeth are in thanks to decay, we can determine if you would benefit more from dental crowns or fillings. The good news is that both are capable of restoring your bite function and preserving your smile. A treatment plan can take on more than just cavities. After your evaluation, we can determine if other issues, such as TMJ disorder, should be addressed.

What Will Your Smile Look Like After Your Treatments Conclude?

Once your recommended services are completed, how will your smile look? We offer fillings and crowns that are made with substances capable of imitating healthy enamel. While fillings are the more conservative option, as they preserve more of your healthy tooth structure, crowns can provide protection for more serious problems that can put you at risk for losing teeth.

Talk To Your Katy, TX Dentist About Cavity Treatment

Whether you need one cavity treatment or several, we are prepared to offer our restorative services! We can work with patients affected by different issues to help them regain confidence in the way they look as well as in their health. If you would like to find out more, please reach out to Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX at 832-437-3849.