Creating Your Personal Full-Mouth Reconstruction Plan

When an individual does not keep up with routine dental exams, they can allow more than one oral health issue to develop and affect their well-being. The unfortunate reality of life without professional dental care is that you may find yourself with multiple oral health concerns that need to be addressed. You may also feel that your smile has become less attractive, which can make you self-conscious. At our Allen, TX dental office, we understand that returning to the dentist’s office after a long absence can be uncomfortable. When patients require multiple procedures to restore their oral health, we can offer support through a full-mouth reconstruction plan. Your plan will be based on your needs, and can help you fully recover from oral health and cosmetic concerns.

When Is A Full-Mouth Reconstruction Plan Recommended?

Going without regular dental care for an extended period time does not mean you will have to start a full-mouth reconstruction plan when you schedule care. This treatment approach is only recommended when an individual’s evaluation reveals multiple problems, meaning that they require more than one procedure to have their smile returned to good health. This can simply mean that you need cavities restored on multiple teeth, but it can also include plans to address tooth loss, or relieve pain caused by TMD.

When a person comes in seeking help with several dental problems, our goal is to form a treatment plan that truly fits their needs, while also helping them feel comfortable with oral health services. It is important to create a plan that you are comfortable with, and one that you are confident you can complete.

Taking On Your Most Significant Smile Issues

At the start of your full-mouth reconstruction plan, we can take on the major issues that currently affect your smile. It is important to identify problems that require the most urgent attention. For example, teeth affected by advanced decay could be lost if a root canal procedure is not provided in time. By acting on the most serious issues first, we can limit dental health complications as we care for your smile.

Maintaining Your Fully Restored Smile

When you have completed your full-mouth reconstruction, our practice is ready to help you maintain your restored smile! We can take care of you by providing professional dental cleanings to keep your smile free of possible threats. Our office is also ready to keep you informed about your oral health through regular dental evaluations, which allow your dentist to check on your teeth, as well as restorations placed during your full-mouth reconstruction.

Talk To Allen Family Dental About Restoring Your Smile!

At Allen Family Dental, patients who are struggling with advanced oral health issues can benefit from starting a full-mouth reconstruction plan! This approach to dental care will see you and your dentist work out a series of procedures needed to completely recover the health of your smile. To set up your appointment with Dr. Torrens-Parker or Dr. Lizardi, call Allen Family Dental in Allen, TX, today at (469) 342-6644.