Gregory Gardner, DDS Mark Glime, DDS Brian Koch, DDS

315 S. Monroe Avenue Green Bay, WI 54301 (920) 437-3376

Improving Smiles...Improving Lives

Dental Implants

From Oral Health Associates in Green Bay, WI

Our Green Bay dentists Drs. Gardner, Glime and Koch provide the latest dental techniques and technologies to help our patients achieve and maintain optimal oral health. We are a leading provider of dental care in the greater Green Bay area and have been serving our community with quality care like family dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and implant dentistry for over 20 years. If you are in need of dental implants and would like more information on the treatment and how we provide it, read below and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Dental Implant.About Dental Implants

As new technologies and information are discovered and revealed, dentists have been able to enhance the usefulness of implants. With new implant techniques, we are able to provide a wide range of tooth replacement solutions. A dental implant is an artificial tooth used to replace a natural tooth. Different types of implants include:

  • Dental Implant.Single Tooth Replacement – A single implant is inserted into the bone to replace the root of a tooth.
  • Dental Implant Bridge.Multiple Tooth Replacement – Implant teeth can be utilized to support a bridge for when you are missing multiple teeth.
  • Implant-Supported Overdenture.Implant-Supported Overdentures – Implants can be used to support dentures, making it more comfortable to wear.

How Implants Work

Dental Implants are placed in the jawbone to replace missing teeth, to help with supporting dental bridges, or to hold dentures in place. After a few months, the implants will heal and integrate with the actual jawbone. Once it heals, a crown that mimics the missing tooth will be placed on top of the implant. This can enhance how your mouth functions and its overall appearance.

Dental Implant Maintenance & Care

It is very important to maintain proper oral hygiene after receiving any dental implant. Improper oral care can lead to swelling of the gums and/or cause your jaw to recede. A jaw that recedes can weaken the newly placed implant and make it necessary to get a new one. After receiving the implant, we recommend that you come into our Green Bay dentistry office at least twice a year so that we can evaluate the health or your teeth and implants.

Contact Us!

Our team at Oral Health Associates in Green Bay, WI is thrilled that you have chosen us to help you enhance your overall oral health. We know that dental implants may be a foreign subject for you. We know that each person has unique needs and we are happy to work with you to find the best solution for you. Contact us at (920) 437-3376 if you have any questions or concerns and we will gladly address them. We are also happy to schedule an appointment for you to come in to meet with us as well. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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