It’s tough living with teeth missing. After all, there’s a reason that your mouth was designed to hold 32 teeth. Each has its function. Furthermore, it’s just embarrassing to smile and reveal the open spaces where teeth were supposed to be. You’ve endured this long enough, though, and are ready to take the necessary steps to restore your confidence and functionality. But, you wonder, “What’s the best route to take?” Your dentist has an excellent solution: dental implants of Milwaukee. Discover why this is the best option.
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December 10, 2017
November 22, 2017
You have memories of going to Lambeau Stadium as a child, sitting among the other “Cheese-Heads” chomping on hot dogs and sipping on hot chocolate, bundled up under layers of Packers gear to keep you warm. But, since you cracked your tooth you can’t imagine sitting out in the cold and eating snacks. The pain in your tooth would be unbearable. You’re considering getting a dental crown in Milwaukee, but you want to know more about the process.
October 11, 2017
Although dental implants have a success rate rounding at about 98%, there is always a risk when you choose to undergo surgery—even oral surgery. If you feel worse with your new dental implants than before when you had missing teeth, your dental implant may be one of the very few 2% with implant failure.
There are a few main reasons why dental implants can fail. Thankfully, your dentist can help you address your dental issue, making your dental implant the effective tooth replacement you’re looking for.
September 2, 2017
Have you woken up in pain after you roll over to lay on your side? You start noticing that every time you lay on your side, you have an unbearable shooting pain in your mouth. Believe it or not, you may be experiencing a dental emergency! This toothache could be from a deeply embedded dental infection.
Anytime you experience tooth pain, or any other dental trauma, you need to consider it as a dental emergency. For that reason, your dentist has crafted this quick step by step guide for you to stay prepared when you’re faced with one.
August 16, 2017
As you start your day, the last thing on your mind is an unexpected dental emergency. However, one in six Americans will experience one this year. No matter if you have a sudden pain, broken tooth, or a traumatic oral injury, you must have confidence in your dentist in Milwaukee. You deserve the best dental work in any situation, but most importantly during emergencies to help you through the stressful situation.