Missing teeth? Our skilled implant dentist may recommend dental implants to replace your teeth and fully restore your smile and oral health. Implants are the ideal options for tooth replacement, providing not only aesthetic enhancement but also functional restoration akin to your natural teeth. Dental implants consist of two integral components – the implant post and the implant restoration – which offer a comprehensive approach that will promote your smile as well as your long-term oral health and wellbeing.

Complete Your Smile with Dental Implant Restorations

The implant post replaces the missing tooth roots, serving as the foundation of your smile by integrating into your jawbone. This process, known as osseointegration, ensures stability and promotes bone health. By stimulating the surrounding bone tissue, the implant post helps prevent bone loss – a common consequence of tooth loss that can lead to facial structure alterations over time.

Following the successful integration of your implant post, our implant dentist will craft a customized implant restoration to fit seamlessly atop the post. This restoration, whether a single crown, bridge, or denture, is meticulously designed to replicate the appearance and function of natural teeth, restoring confidence in one’s smile and ability to chew comfortably.

The first step of your implant treatment is implant placement surgery, during which the implant post is inserted into your jawbone. This is followed by a healing period before you can receive the implant restoration and complete your treatment.

Lifetime Durability: Long-Lasting Dental Implants

Dental implants are designed to last a lifetime. When properly cared for with regular brushing and flossing and with routine visits to our dentist, they will last the rest of your life and continue to promote your oral health and function.

Schedule Your Dental Implant Consultation

If you have lost teeth, you are most likely a candidate for implant dentistry. Dr. Leland Judd will evaluate your oral health to determine if dental implants are the right option for you. Please keep in mind that if you have an underlying oral health condition, such as tooth decay or gum disease, or if your supporting bone has deteriorated, you will need to receive treatment for those conditions before you can receive a dental implant.

If you are considering dental implants in McFarland, Wisconsin, to regain your smile, please call 608-838-9731 or text McFarland Family Dental at 855-868-0183 and schedule a consultation with our experienced implant dentist.

We are dedicated to your oral health and smile. Give us a call today to make your appointment!

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