Full Mouth Restorations
Full Mouth Restoration and Reconstruction in Houston TX
For most people, corrective dental work is applied from their late childhood years to their early adolescence. It’s the time when braces, retainers, and corrective surgeries are used to ensure the jaw settles properly as a person matures. However, not everyone has the luxury of thinking about those treatments when they’re still going through the pangs of high school.
Many dental problems have an unpredictable way of manifesting. Sometimes, they can’t be fixed one at a time. A seemingly minor problem not addressed in your youth can transform into a painful complication years later.
An untold number of people all over the world are dealing with chipped teeth, jaw and mouth discomfort, missing teeth, and pain when eating. If you’re one of them, come to University Oaks Dental for a thorough assessment of your problems and your potential benefits from dental reconstruction.
What Happens in a Dental Reconstruction?
A dental reconstruction means that a dentist will repair more than just one of your teeth. He or she may fix several, depending on your situation and the color, shape, and alignment of your pearly whites. Everyone’s dental situation is unique, so a thorough assessment is needed to identify any underlying problems that need to be taken care of before a solution is applied.
Who Is It For?
Both the young and the old(er) can be candidates for dental reconstruction. Some may need it to correct a genetic condition, to resolve an overlooked gum infection, or to remove problem teeth. You might be a good candidate if you have:
- Cracked or injured teeth from a past trauma
- Teeth that have been missing without replacements for a long time
- Unchecked tooth decay
- Night grinding
- Discomfort when biting
- Inherited dental conditions