Full Mouth Restoration

Some dental issues can't be resolved with just one or two surgeries. Significant dental work may be necessary for severe trauma or specific anomalies in the growth of your teeth and jaws. Willis Dental Care provides complete mouth reconstruction procedures for those particular situations.

Why Choose a Full-Mouth Restoration?

All or most of your teeth may be restored or rebuilt as part of the treatment, giving your smile a more natural and appealing appearance. This treatment can correct and restore your jaw, teeth, and mouth for better oral health. If you've lost many or all of your teeth due to an injury, trauma, or dental disease, a full mouth reconstruction can quickly repair and restore your worn-down and broken teeth.

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What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A series of involved dental procedures to restore your teeth to a healthier state are referred to as full mouth reconstruction. This may resemble a combination of orthodontic (teeth alignment) and endodontic (inside of the tooth) procedures. This dental procedure involves a series of orthodontic surgeries that can help treat various dental problems.

Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction Necessary?

Since every situation is unique, several dental conditions might necessitate full mouth reconstruction. You may be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction if you have severe tooth misalignment or extensive tooth decay that interferes with your ability to eat and speak normally or impairs your ability to go about your daily activities.

What Does the Treatment Include?

Since not all full mouth reconstructions require the same procedures, treatments will vary depending on your needs. However, some remedies are employed more frequently than others, such as:

  • Gum treatment
  • Tooth extractions
  • Correctional dental or jaw surgery
  • Dental Implants


Full arch dental implants start with a consultation to determine the current state of your teeth and identify any other procedures that may be necessary to accommodate your new teeth. This can include tooth extractions to remove teeth that are compromising your facial aesthetics and function and cannot be repaired.

If you have suffered extensive bone loss in the jaw, bone grafting is a one-of-a-kind technique used to treat various bone or joint issues and can help fill in gaps where the bone is missing. This procedure can also stimulate bone growth around an implanted device, extending the life of your dental implants.

We will also discuss sedation options to put you at ease and minimize discomfort during your procedure. Your consultation will give you the opportunity to see all of the extra touches we offer.

Do You Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction in Montgomery, Alabama?

At Willis Dental Care, our team offers plenty of surgical treatments to help restore, repair, and renew your dental health. Give us a call today to start your treatment plan! Your cmfort is our top priority!


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