Dental Implants

Dental Implants Dentist Weston, WI Losing one or more teeth can be a devastating blow to your oral health causing ill effects that spread to your overall wellbeing and sense of self-confidence. Thankfully, with the help of the Weston dentistry team at Dental Visions, patients receive reconstructive solutions, and we frequently recommend dental implants above all others due to their exceptional durability, lifelike appearance, and reinvigorating health benefits.

How Do Dental Implants Work?

The secret behind the success of dental implants is that they replicate the entire structure of the tooth, including the root that’s hidden beneath the gums. While you can’t see the root, it serves a crucial function by supporting the visible crown and stimulating the jawbone. Dental implants support proper facial esthetic and prevent teeth movement which can result in future loss of teeth.

Patients interested in replacing their teeth with Dental Implants will first talk to our experienced dental team to better understand the process. Then, the treatment begins with the placement of the implant(s), followed by a period of healing that allow the implants to form a strong bond with the jawbone. Finally, you’ll return to our dental office where we design and place high-quality dental restorations on top of the implants.

Dental implants are not visible once they’ve been secured in the jawbone, and we finalize dental restoration by attaching crowns, dentures, or bridges to the implant. Replaced teeth offer countless benefits concerning the health and wellbeing of patients and even help to prevent potentially serious issues, including:

Shifting Teeth

When there’s a gap in your smile, the other teeth typically shift to refill it. This means that even if the lost tooth is located in the back of the mouth, other moving teeth can lead to a bite problem.

Difficulty Keeping Teeth Clean

Another issue that often occurs with shifting teeth is that they begin to overlap one another or even extrude from the gum line. This makes keeping them free of decay more challenging.

Teeth Grinding/Clenching

Shifting teeth may cause grinding and clenching to occur, which leads to discomfort or pain in the jaw joints.

You shouldn’t have to endure an incomplete smile forever. Instead, contact Dental Visions today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced and friendly doctors.

3715 Weston Avenue, Weston, WI 54476 USA
Jan Bublik, DDS Weston, WI dentist. (715) 203-1255