What Does A Full Mouth Reconstruction Address?

There are times when one procedure is simply not enough to completely restore a person’s oral health. Our Katy, TX dentist’s office can work with individuals who require multiple treatments in order to fully respond to issues that affect their smile. A full mouth reconstruction plan helps us shape our approach to your individual care, as well as to help you understand what needs to happen to resolve your oral health issues. This is about more than just treatment for dental decay. We can also discuss other areas of concern, such as tooth loss, or the onset of TMJ problems that negatively impact your bite.

Our Restorative Services Address More Than Just Dental Decay

Restorative dental work takes on problems that cause lasting harm to your teeth. Cavities are a common concern, one that will often make this kind of treatment necessary. However, this is not the only problem that makes our support necessary. We can also take on problems with dental damage that stems from physical trauma, and we can do work to replace missing teeth, or teeth that need to be extracted.

Restoring And Replacing Teeth To Give You Back Your Smile

Prosthetic treatment may be part of your full mouth reconstruction plan. This may not surprise you if you have gaps in your smile that need to be addressed, but it can also be necessary if you have unhealthy teeth that will need to be extracted. Thanks to implant dentistry, we can replace what is lost with restorations that are secured to your jawbone and able to provide lasting bite support. With custom dental crowns, we can protect vulnerable teeth without altering your smile.

Treating Bite Problems As Part Of Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

Problems with your bite can lead to more oral health difficulties, but they can also occur because of problems that have not been addressed. If you find that biting and chewing often leads to discomfort, we can discuss TMJ treatment. The right approach can call for different measures. By restoring unhealthy teeth and replacing those that were lost, we can help you return to a more natural jaw movement. We can also offer therapy to help correct imbalances that you may have developed.

Discuss Your Oral Health Needs And Concerns With Your Katy, TX Dentist

Our goal when working with patients is to provide support against the different threats to their oral health. That can call for more than just cavity treatment—by devising a full mouth reconstruction plan with you, we can create a long-term strategy for completely resolving the problems that affect you. To find out more about this treatment approach, or to discuss any other matter that concerns your oral health, please reach out to Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX at 832-437-3849.