Emergency dentistry in Madison tackles missing teeth with dental implants.
MADISON, WI, September 26, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- For centuries, people have been dealing with issues like oral disease and tooth decay. Even today, there are a number of reasons why someone might lose a tooth-from car accidents to contact sports injuries to even poor habits like teeth grinding. While total tooth loss in adults has decreased since the 1970s, some people still deal with this serious problem. Approximately 10 percent of people ages 50 to 64 have no remaining teeth. While this percentage seems staggering, there are options for restoring missing teeth and regaining a brilliant smile. Warren Family Dental, emergency dentistry in Madison, offers dental implants to patients dealing with tooth loss.
"There are a number of reasons why someone might lose a tooth; however, there are innovation solutions for restoring a smile," says Dr. Robb Warren, who provides emergency dentistry in Madison. "One of these solutions is dental implants, which look and feel just like real teeth." Before dental implants were developed, dentures were the only options for replacing a missing tooth. "Conventionally, bridges or dentures were used to replace teeth, but now we offer our patients a better alternative," says Dr. Warren.
Dental implants in Madison are a natural, permanent solution for tooth loss. Warren Family Dental, emergency dentistry in Madison, creates dental implants made from synthetic materials like metal and ceramic to provide a look that is truly natural. Plus, the dental implant procedure is simpler than other alternatives. "Unlike bridges, dental implants do not require the drilling of healthy teeth. Furthermore, dental implants don't need specialized brushes or extra care, so they are easy to care for," says Dr. Warren. Since dental implants are permanent, they don't need to be removed for cleaning, making daily cleaning and care easier than other treatment options.
"Dental implants have a high success rate and are one of the best ways to replace missing teeth," says Dr. Warren. "A strong candidate for dental implants will have good bone density and a strong immune system."
Surgery is required to prepare patients for dental implants, so anesthesia is administered. Implants are inserted into the gums to provide a solid foundation for an artificial tooth, or in some cases, a dental bridge. Following the procedure, time is needed for the implant to permanently anchor itself in place before the tooth is inserted.
"After the process is complete, patients can treat their dental implants just like natural teeth. In fact, it's crucial that patients continue to brush and floss everyday to prevent issues with gum disease and ensure that implants are long-lasting."
To find out more about dental implants, request a consultation with Warren Family Dental at http://www.warrenfamilydental.com
or by contacting the office at (608) 241-7999.
About Robb Warren, DDS: Dr. Warren is a dedicated dentist practicing in Madison, Wisconsin and providing emergency dentistry, dental implants and Invisalign to patients of all ages. Dr. Warren received his doctorate from The Marquette University School of Dentistry, and is passionate about continuing education. Furthermore, Dr. Warren has been an active member of various professional organizations, including the Dane County Dental Society and the American Academy of Sports Dentistry. As a dental leader, Dr. Warren also has a vested interest in charity work, providing support for certain programs like Donated Dental Services and Give Kids a Smile, which provide dental care to financially troubled populations. His philanthropic nature allows Dr. Warren to offer the best, most compassionate care for all.
Dr. Robb Warren
Warren Family Dental
4226 Milwaukee St.
Madison, WI. 53714
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