Dental Implants

Our office uses a mini implant system. These smaller and permanent fixtures do not require invasive surgery, bone grafting or months of long healing time. As a result, there is usually little or no discomfort and these implants are able to function immediately.

Missing teeth replacements from single crowns to full dentures can be stabilized or permanently attached with this procedure.

Comfortable, affordable, real time dental replacements are now possible.

If you have gaps in your smile, it could affect more than just your appearance and self-confidence. Gaps can cause your teeth to shift and your jawbone to atrophy, causing issues with your bite and even causing sagging facial skin or premature aging in some cases. Luckily,  Daniel P. Malloy, DDS can help you fill in your gaps to look and feel great with dental implants.

What is a dental implant?

Dental implants replace a missing tooth and its root, permanently anchoring into the jawbone underneath your gap to integrate into your smile. Their design and permanence set them apart from traditional tooth replacement options like bridges or dentures. An implant has three main parts: a fixture, an abutment, and a prosthetic. Your dentist implants the fixture directly into the jawbone, allowing the bone to grow around the fixture as the implant site heals to hold it in place. The prosthetic is made from porcelain and looks like a natural tooth. It fits over the fixture to replace the missing tooth. The abutment holds these two parts together and allows your dentist to remove or replace the prosthetic if need be.

How can my dentist help my smile?

The teams at Daniel P. Malloy, DDS are experts in providing their patients with compassionate, professional care. This empathetic approach to dentistry allows your dentists to ensure that patients feel as though their questions are met with friendly and knowledgeable answers and that your dental procedures are the best, most state-of-the-art treatments available. Together with your dentist, you can find the best course of treatment for your smile, whether you need a dental implant to replace a single tooth or an entire arch of teeth.

Dental Implants in Wauwatosa, WI & Milwaukee, WI

If you think you could benefit from dental implants, a consultation with your dentist will help you determine if this treatment is right for you. Implants look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth, allowing you to clean them as you would your own teeth. Simple brushing and flossing paired with regular dental examinations and cleanings is plenty to keep your smile healthy and clean for the long haul. 



Want to learn more about dental implants from Daniel P. Malloy, DDS? Call our Wauwatosa, WI dentist at (414) 258-2830 to book an appointment today