A dental implant is the ideal solution for anyone looking to successfully replace a missing tooth. The dental implant itself is a small titanium screw that will act as your tooth’s root. Unlike a traditional bridge, dental implants will provide a surface for bone cells to attach and grow to and will not compromise adjacent teeth.
Why Choose a Dental Implant?
If you are missing one or multiple teeth and would like to restore your beautiful smile, then dental implants are the perfect solution because:
- Will last a lifetime
- Looks just like a natural tooth
- Will never get a cavity
- Over time, it's the most cost effective solution
You can restore your confidence and be proud of your beautiful smile.
Take the first step now and schedule a free consultation to chat with Dr. John
Common Questions about Dental Implants:
Can Any Dentist Perform a Dental Implant Procedure?
Only dentists who have gone through additional training and certification in dental implants can perform this procedure. At Franklin Dental, we are the Milwaukee Dental Implants Experts with hundreds of procedures successfully performed.
What is the First Step To Learning More?
Because every person is different, it's critical to schedule a free consultation with Dr. John so he can review your specific needs and dental history. Based on your consultation, Dr. John will create the perfect strategy to restore your smile. Take the first step now and schedule your free consultation.
Will it Be ok If I Wait To Get Dental Implants?
The longer you wait to get dental implants, the less likely it is that you will be eligible. Over time, the bone in your jaw where there is a missing tooth will slowly erode away. The more the erodes, the less likely it will be to successfully install a dental implant.
I Don't Have Insurance, Are Dental Implants Expensive?
If you do not have insurance, this is not a problem. The price varies greatly depending on the individual and the process taken to prepare and install the dental implant. The way to view dental implants are that they are an investment in your dental health that you will benefit from for the rest of your life. Once you have your free consultation with Dr. John, he will have a better scope on what the associated costs are.