Discussing A Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

There may come a time when you need to address more than one dental problem to fully restore your oral health. In some situations, patients find that they need to work through several procedures to completely resolve the issues that they face. Our Sheridan, WY dentist’s office can make this easier by recommending a full-mouth rehabilitation plan. This plan will outline all of your current issues and lay out an effective path for treatment. We can work with you to make sure your smile is preserved, and that all of your health concerns are addressed. We can also take care to make sure the services we arrange suit your schedule.

Have You Become Self-Conscious About Your Smile?

If you have problems with the health and appearance of multiple teeth, it can be difficult to show off your smile. It can also feel harder to reach out to your dentist, as you may be afraid of the bad news about your oral health. It is important to remember that putting off care leaves you vulnerable to the onset of more difficulties, and that can mean more problems that require our services. You should also remember that the sooner you begin your full-mouth rehabilitation, the sooner you can show off a smile that does make you feel confident.

We Can Help You Take On All Of Your Oral Health Concerns

We will look out for any problems with teeth that require our services. That can call for work to treat dental decay, but it can also mean addressing problems with wear and tear or other forms of dental damage. This work can give you more confidence in the way you look, as we do rely on dental fillings and dental crowns that match the appearance of healthy enamel.

Treatment Can Address More Than Just Problems With Individual Teeth

Sometimes, patients require more from us than just the restorative services that address dental damage and decay. If you struggle with chronic pain or limited jaw movement, your full-mouth rehabilitation can include TMJ treatment. By addressing problems with your jaw health and alignment, we can ease tension and address movement limitations that negatively affect you. In addition to addressing jaw pain, this can lead to fewer headaches, lower your risk for teeth grinding, and even reduce problems with neck and facial pain.

Talk To Your Sheridan, WY Dentist About Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

For those patients who have significant concerns about their appearance and oral health, our practice can offer support in the form of full-mouth rehabilitation. This means we can work with you on identifying all of the issues that you currently have with your smile and dental health so that we can work through them and provide lasting relief. If you would like to find out more, please call Grinnell Street Dental in Sheridan, WY at 307-672-7567.