Dental Implants in Waukesha WI


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Sometimes the loss of a tooth or even a few teeth may happen to you or someone you know in Waukesha. There can be several reasons for this, but whatever the cause, it can affect not just your physical appearance, but even the way you speak and eat. One solution to the issue of missing one or more teeth is a dental implant.

A dental implant is a more recent development in dental surgical procedures in Waukesha WI. It consists of a “screw,” usually titanium, that is surgically attached to your jawbone. After this procedure has been completed, the screw is given time to fuse with the jawbone. Since your body doesn’t create an immune response thanks to the biocompatible properties of titanium, nutrients continue to be sent to that part of the jawbone to retain both size and health.

Once proper fusion has occurred, a “crown” is applied to the screw, which is just a custom-designed artificial tooth that sits on the now very stable implant that is fused to your mouth. With this final step, the procedure is permanent, complete, and will not require any additional maintenance on your part aside from a sensible oral hygiene regimen of brushing and flossing to protect the rest of your teeth and gums.  Dental implants can be used to replace one or more missing teeth in your mouth.

Who Is Right for Dental Implants in Waukesha WI?

While the dental implant is a comprehensive and often ideal permanent solution to the problem of missing teeth, there are certain physical requirements people must meet to be considered suitable for this procedure.

Healthy gums and healthy teeth are both required for a dental implant to be successful. So, for example, heavy smokers that may be suffering from gum disease may be advised to quit smoking and allow the gums to heal properly before attempting the procedure.

On the other hand, people with insufficient bone in their jaw may still be suitable for the procedure if they want it. This may call for an additional procedure, known as “bone grafting,” to reinforce the jaw enough for the dental implant procedure to succeed.

Benefits Of Dental Implants

Aside from restoring a tooth into an empty space for aesthetic reasons, there are many other sound health benefits for getting a dental implant replacement.

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If you’re interested in getting dental implants, the first crucial step is an examination by our Waukesha WI dentists to determine the health of your gums and your jaw. If you are a suitable candidate for a dental implant, you can move on to the next steps and go about getting one of the most comprehensive tooth replacement techniques available today. Contact our team at Hillcrest Family Dental today for more information.