Dental Implants Overview

According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, almost 70 percent of adults between the ages of 35 to 44 have lost a permanent tooth because of an accident, periodontal disease or tooth decay. By the age of 74, 25 percent of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth.

Dental technology has evolved significantly over the years, leading to the development of an exciting solution: dental implants. Implants are tooth replacements that look and function like natural teeth. Implants are much more stable, secure and long-lasting than the alternatives (e.g., dentures, bridges).

Dr. Peter Lotowski of Wisconsin Dental Solutions is a leading dental implant professionals. Patients trust our team with their dental implant treatment, and it's easy to see why. When you opt for treatment with the Wisconsin Dental Solutions team, rest assured that you'll receive exceptional care and be able to enjoy your results for many years to come.

What to Expect from Dental Implant Treatment

In our experience, a well-informed patient is always more comfortable and less likely to be anxious about their implant treatment. We keep you in-the-know by explaining what to expect from dental implant treatment.

Timeline

Not every implants patient follows the same timeline. Learn what factors influence the length of treatment and get a better idea of the dental implant treatment timeline.

Implant Options

Implants can replace a single tooth, multiple teeth and even all the teeth in the upper and lower jaw. Dr. Lotowski will offer the best solutions for you based on your needs.

Implant-Supported Dentures

In certain cases, Dr. Lotowski will replace all of the teeth in the upper and lower arch with a set of dentures anchored with several dental implants. Implant-fixed dentures offer the aesthetic benefits of dentures in Madison, as well as the stability and security of implants. Our team also offers removable implant-supported dentures.

Mini Implants

Some of our Madison dental implants patients are not suitable candidates for traditional implants. A worthy alternative is mini dental implants, which are smaller and require a less invasive placement process.

Benefits of Implants

Dental implants prevent bone loss, preserve the facial structures and restore a normal appearance to the smile. Learn more about the benefits of dental implants.

FAQs about Implants

It's normal to have questions about dental implants treatment and what it involves. We have compiled the answers to the most frequently asked questions about dental implants.

Dental Implants Cost

Dental implants cost varies by patient, according to the patient's individual treatment plan, needs and goals.

Schedule a Dental Implants Consultation

If you'd like more information about how dental implants can permanently replace one or more missing teeth, we invite you to call (608) 834-6321 and talk with one of our friendly staff members. We would be happy to schedule an appointment for you to meet Dr. Lotowski.

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