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Preventive Cosmetic Crowns & Implants

Dental Crowns & Implants for Greenfield Families

If you have a damaged, decayed, or missing tooth, the Greenfield dentistry team at the Advanced Dental Treatment Center can help you enjoy a better appearance and improved functionality with two great restorative services: porcelain crowns and dental implant supported tooth replacement. In addition to delivering flawless results that work perfectly, porcelain crowns and implant retained tooth replacements look and feel just like your natural tooth, leaving you with a picture-perfect smile. Call Advanced Dental Treatment Center today to reserve your next appointment. Our conveniently located dental office in Greenfield serves patients from Greendale, New Berlin, Brookfield, Franklin, Milwaukee, and all surrounding communities.

Porcelain Crowns

Porcelain crowns provide patients with an effective way of restoring a tooth compromised by decay or injury. Your crown will be custom-made to fit over remaining healthy tooth structure, restoring its appearance and functionality. Our team will design your crown to match your smile and create strong, natural-looking results. With proper care, you can look forward to enjoying your new crown for years to come. The dental crown restoration process is completed over two dental appointments. During your initial visit, we prepare the tooth, capture bite impressions, design your restoration, and place a temporary crown. A trusted dental lab will craft a flawless porcelain restoration, and when we receive the final product from our lab, you’ll return to exchange your temporary for a custom crafted, natural looking dental crown.

Dental Implants

Traditional tooth replacement options only repaired the parts of teeth visible above the gum line. Dental implant tooth replacement uses one or more titanium implant posts to replace the lost tooth root and secure a new crown, bridge, partial, or full denture. Since their introduction to dentistry, they have quickly become the new standard for restorative care. With today’s advances in technology, our team can often place an implant and a temporary tooth in the same visit. Do you want to know if dental implants are right for you? Our team would be happy to explain your options during a tooth replacement consultation visit. Not every patient is a good candidate for this tooth replacement option. It requires relatively good oral and overall health, adequate gum tissue and jawbone to support the implant, and a dedication to investing the time and funding to complete the implant supported tooth replacement process. Keep reading to learn more about the dental implant placement and restoration process.

The Dental Implant Process

If we determine dental implant supported tooth replacement is the best choice to replace your lost teeth, the first phase of treatment is a minor surgical procedure. This oral surgery is very comfortable, and most patients are able to have a dental implant placed with only local anesthesia to numb the area. If patients need several implant posts experience tooth sensitivity, or have dental anxiety, we may also recommend more advanced sedation to keep them safe and comfortable. Once patients are relaxed, we will make a small incision in the gums. Your dental implant will be positioned into the jawbone. Then, a protective cap is placed over the top of the implant post. For three to six months, the implant post will fuse with the gum and jawbone to mimic the natural function of the tooth root. Once the implant post has fully fused with the jawbone, patients will return to our office where we’ll attach a replacement tooth or teeth.

Dental Implant Restorations

Once your implant has fully fused with the gum and jawbone, we can use versatile dental implant posts to provide support for your restoration. We will typically recommend the following implant supported tooth replacements: