You probably know that our Cleveland, TX practice can help you when your smile isn’t exactly in great shape at the moment, which means you’re a wonderful candidate for help through restorative dental care! It’s always quite reassuring to realize you have a place to go, where you can restore your oral health through comfortable, compassionate care. However, when you don’t actually know what that type of care is going to entail, your initial confidence and motivation may wane just a tad. Not to worry! We can better explain the ways we may go about getting your smile healthy again!
It Always Includes Keeping Up With Prevention!
First, don’t assume that if it’s time for restorative dental care that you don’t need prevention anymore. When we draw up a plan to restore your oral health, it will include your need to continue maintaining your smile at home and with us! So, keep brushing, flossing, and scheduling checkups and cleanings as we improve your smile health!
We May Need To Fix The Structure Of Your Teeth
Restorative dental care may include treatments that focus on fixing the structure of your teeth if damage has occurred. For instance, if you have a cracked or broken tooth, we may place a dental crown. Or, you may need a filling for a cavity. Once you receive a restoration, your tooth is whole again and no longer as susceptible to breaking further.
We Might Need To Address Decay Or Infection
Remember that oral illnesses can lead to decayed tissue or infection and that these are considered progressive. They aren’t going to clear on their own, nor can you take a pill to clear them. Instead, we will rely on restorative dental care treatments to clean away the problem. Then, we will protect the tooth (usually with the aforementioned restorations, such as fillings and crowns).
We May Need To Remove Teeth
A very damaged or ill tooth may need to be removed as a step toward restoring your oral health. Then, we will discuss replacing the tooth, so you’re back to a healthy smile again!
We May Replace Missing Teeth
A mouth isn’t completely healthy and your oral health is not fully restored unless you have a full smile. Whether we have removed teeth to improve your smile health or if you have already lost teeth due to other issues, remember that we offer replacement solutions through prosthetic dentistry!
Restore The Health Of Your Smile
Bring your restorative care needs to our team, so we may provide you with the repairs, treatment for oral disease, and tooth replacements you need to get your grin back in beautiful and healthy condition. Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland, Kingwood, New Caney, Conroe, Livingston, Huffman, and all surrounding communities.