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Dental Implants

Has chewing, speaking or smiling become more difficult because of missing teeth? With a restored smile, you could enjoy your favorite foods and feel confident smiling again. We can’t wait to help you get started!

Why Dental Implants?

When it comes to tooth restoration, dental implants are the way to go! Made to last, a dental implant offers a permanent solution for a missing tooth. A dental implant is made up of the abutment, post and crown. The abutment acts as a root for the dental crown and is secured in the jawbone for support. Once the abutment has healed, the post is placed and also requires some healing time before the final crown can be placed. The dental crown is custom-made to fit perfectly and look natural. Once it is fitted, any necessary adjustments can be made. A dental implant is a permanent solution for your missing tooth and is made to last for many years. If you are interested in dental implants and live in Glendale or Greendale, WI, let us help you get started!

Mini Implants

Mini implants are another durable option to help restore your smile. Dentures can be placed and secured with the help of just two, four or six implants depending on your smile. By placing mini implants, you can prevent future jaw bone loss and improve your smile. If you would like more information about mini implants, call us today!

Bone Grafting

If you are going to have a dental implant placed, your dentist will check your jaw to ensure you have good bone structure. Without strong bone structure, your implant can not be supported properly. When you are missing a tooth, your jaw bone begins to deteriorate over time. If you do not have a strong enough jawbone, your implant cannot be placed securely. Bone grafting allows your dentist to restore your jawbone so that it can support an implant restoration. To see if your jawbone is strong enough to support a dental implant, schedule a consultation with us today!

Implant-Supported Bridges

Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth. Traditional bridges rely on surrounding teeth for support, while implant-supported bridges can stand alone and are supported by the implant that is placed in the jawbone. With implants, dental bridges provide a secure way to restore your smile.

It’s time to get a smile that is both functional and beautiful! If you live in the Glendale or Greendale, WI community and would like to learn more about dental implants, call us today! Our team would be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

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