Dental Implants - Weston, WI
Dr. Bublik Talks About Dental Implants
Missing Teeth Can Affect More Than Just Your Smile
Do missing teeth affect your smile or the foods that you can eat? If tooth loss is impacting your quality of life, you are not alone. Over 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, while over 35 million have no teeth at all (edentulism). When you don’t replace your missing teeth, you may suffer from jaw bone loss, shifting teeth and can even experience an altered bite. We offer the ideal solution to replacing missing teeth—dental implants. These implants provide the same benefits as natural teeth by restoring function to your bite, improving your aesthetic appearance and preventing bone loss.
The Benefits of Dental Implants
- Lifetime tooth replacement with proper care
- Natural appearance and function
- Preserves jaw bone volume by stimulating the bone
- Eat the foods you love again
- Increased self-esteem and speech
- Improved oral and systemic health
The Highest Quality Materials for Your Health
Our practice offers only the highest quality dental implants to restore your smile. We utilize Argon K3 titanium implants, which have a 30-year successful track record. Using these superior implants, we provide single, multiple, and full-arch (including implant supported denture) options to replace your teeth. We also work closely with a local dental lab for your restoration crown or prosthetis, ensuring the quality and appearance is an exact match for your smile.
Implants provide the same benefits as natural teeth by restoring function to your bite, improving your aesthetic appearance and preventing bone loss.
Place Your Trust in Experience and Technology
Dr. Jan Bublik places all our dental implants and is highly experienced, being a Doctor of Dental Surgery from the Czech Republic’s oldest and most renowned university. When placing dental implants, we use some of the most advanced technology, like guided implant placement and cone beam CT scans, for more predictable and successful results. With proper oral care, your dental implants should last you the rest of your life, and you will be able to enjoy being able to eat, speak and smile with confidence once again.