Full Mouth Dental Implants – Dallas, TX

Rebuild Your Smile in One Day!

Your natural teeth can last for longer than before thanks to new advancements in dentistry. However, 35 million Americans are living with complete tooth loss. Traditional dentures have been the go-to solution for the replacement of missing teeth for several decades. Now, patients struggling with loose, ill-fitting prosthetics are turning to a new option. You can say good-bye to slipping and irritation by anchoring your denture in place using dental implants. We can rebuild your smile with full mouth dental implants in Dallas, TX. You will enjoy the next best thing to what nature gave you using a treatment that can last for a lifetime.

Older man smiling at grandson after receiving full mouth dental implants

Why Choose Texas Wisdom Teeth for Full Mouth Dental Implants?

  • Entire Procedure Completed In-House
  • Experienced Surgeon and Friendly Team
  • Highly Affordable Payment Plans

Am I a Candidate for Full Mouth Dental Implants?

Woman sharing smile after receiving full mouth dental implants

If you are missing all your teeth on the top or bottom arch, you may be a candidate for full mouth dental implants. You must have good oral and general health to be a candidate for dental implants. They may be the right choice for you if you are tired of living with:

  • Changes to your facial appearance from bone loss.
  • Loose-fitting dentures.
  • Clicking or slipping when eating or speaking.
  • Impaired speech.
  • Soreness or irritation.
  • Dietary restrictions.

Options for Full
Mouth Tooth Replacement

Oral surgery team member and patient reviewing options for full mouth tooth replacement

Texas Wisdom Teeth understands the challenges and limitations of traditional removable dentures. We are committed to providing patients with a reliable, cost-effective, and permanent option to stop the pain and embarrassment of loose dentures. After an initial consultation, we determine which treatment best meets your needs and your lifestyle.

Full Mouth Dental Implants

Animated full mouth dental implant denture placement

Each tooth is not replaced individually. Instead, your custom-made denture is secured to your jawbone using 8 to 16 dental implants. Your treatment process will occur in various stages that may take several months; however, rest assured the end result will restore as much as 70% of your biting force, so you never need to worry about slipping or irritation again.

All-of-4/6 Dental Implants

Animated all on four dental implant placement

You can anchor your denture to your jawbone using just 4 or 6 strategically placed implant posts. This special technique eliminates the need for bone grafting if your jaw’s density is compromised, saving you time. You can also get your teeth the same day as your placement surgery. You are fitted with a temporary denture while you heal, so you do not need to go without your teeth. Although only 4 or 6 implant posts are used, you will have exceptional results to enjoy your favorite foods with a durable and reliable treatment.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Older woman with full mouth dental implants eating an apple

Choosing dental implants in Dallas to secure your denture provides you with various advantages that are not possible with traditional treatments, including:

  • Over a 95% success rate
  • High-quality material allows your denture to look natural
  • Eliminates slipping and irritation to enjoy your favorite foods again
  • No messy adhesives
  • Easy maintenance and care
  • Preserves your jawbone’s density
  • Protects your facial structure for a youthful appearance
  • Cost-effective solution that can last for decades

Schedule Your
Consultation Today!

Woman smiling at oral surgery team member during consultation visit

If you are ready to say good-bye to dentures forever, your first step is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Wendling. We discuss your goals and challenges to replace your missing teeth with a solution that meets your needs. Contact our oral surgery office today for an appointment.