Arranging Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

If a long break in dental appointments has left you with several oral health issues that need to be managed, our Katy, TX dental office can help! There are times when the appropriate restorative work calls for treatments to take care of multiple teeth. Your treatments can cover dental decay, damage to tooth structure, and even by restoring an incomplete smile. We can also address problems with your dental function and bite by providing TMJ treatment when appropriate. Taking on this work through a full mouth reconstruction means working with your dentist to address all of your concerns while providing care that suits your schedule and needs.

A Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Take On Several Smile Concerns

Without the right access to preventive dentistry, multiple problems can develop that negatively impact your smile. If you find yourself with several oral health concerns that need to be managed, the idea of restorative dental work can feel intimidating. The good news is that you can plan out the care that you require so that it is easier to work into your schedule. You can also find that with the appropriate services, you can enjoy cosmetic as well as oral health improvements, and you can even put an end to problems with bite pain and stiffness.

Making Treatment For More Significant Problems A Priority

The services that we provide during a full mouth reconstruction can take on significant concerns, including problems with tooth loss. Through implant dentistry, we can close gaps in your smile with permanent prosthetic appliances that imitate healthy teeth. Implants give prostheses with more stability so that you can bite and chew without difficulty, and so that you can sustain the health of your jawbone. We can also address serious decay and damage through root canal treatment to resolve internal problems, then cap teeth with lifelike dental crowns.

Preserving Your Smile After Treatments Are Concluded

After you finish your full mouth reconstruction, you can enjoy renewed confidence in the way you look, in your overall oral health, and even in your ability to comfortably bite and chew food. You can preserve these results with a combination of regular dental visits as well as smart oral hygiene habits at home.

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

When multiple problems affect your smile, you can find yourself in need of help to fully restore your oral health. That can mean arranging multiple procedures, something that we can make easier for you. A full mouth reconstruction can have lasting benefits for your oral health, bite movement, and smile. If you would like to find out more, please reach out to Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX at 832-437-3849.