Dr. Jennifer Knoll Now Welcomes Patients with Missing Teeth for Dental Implants in Sparta, WI

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Jennifer Knoll, DDS, now offers dental implants in Sparta, WI, for individuals looking to replace missing teeth. She has extensive experience in tooth restoration and implant repair, and through continuing education, she is now able perform implant placement as well.

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Leading tooth restoration dentist, Dr. Jennifer Knoll, is pleased to announce that she now places dental implants in Sparta, WI. Recognizing her patients’ needs for the best in high quality tooth replacement options, she sought continuing education to be able to provide this service. When a person is missing one or more teeth, choosing implants over dentures reestablishes oral health while restoring the beautiful appearance of a natural smile. Dental implants also deliver greater stability, since they are secured to the jawbone and will not slip or fall out when chewing certain foods.

When a tooth is damaged, it is often possible to save it through tooth restoration procedures. However, after the loss of a tooth, the empty space in the mouth creates issues with eating, and can make good oral hygiene habits more difficult. If the tooth was aesthetically easily visible, the loss may also create feelings of self-conscious awareness and even an unwillingness to smile. A bridge or partial may cover the gap, but there are several disadvantages to this type of tooth replacement. The dentist must compromise the integrity of the surrounding teeth to allow the brackets to be appropriately fitted, to hold them in place. Even with such measures, the new tooth does not provide great stability.

In addition, the roots of a tooth provide a secure anchor, but they also stimulate the jawbone for healthy bone density. Because the post of an implant replicates this function of a natural tooth root, Dr. Knoll recommends dental implants in Sparta, WI. The material used is typically titanium, which fuses well with human bone, and rarely causes trouble for people who have metal allergies. The post is surgically placed in the location that has the most supporting bone density, and then integration occurs during the healing process. A person is often able to wear a temporary crown to cover the gap until the permanent crown can be attached.

Anyone in Sparta, WI who is interested in dental implants or who needs tooth restoration procedures can find more information on Dr. Knoll’s website, http://www.spartadental.com or are invited to call the office (608) 554-1295 to schedule an appointment.

About the Practice

Sparta Dental Center is a general practice offering personalized dental care for patients in Sparta, WI. Dr. Jennifer Knoll and her team are dedicated to providing comfortable, high quality care to patients of all ages. Dr. Knoll attended the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and completed additional courses in pain and infection management, pharmacology, crown and bridge esthetics, orthodontics, dental implants, bone grafting and BOTOX. She is a member of the International Association for Orthodontics, the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, the Wisconsin Dental Association, and the American Dental Association. To learn more about the services offered at Sparta Dental Center please visit the website at http://www.spartadental.com or call (608) 554-1295 to schedule an appointment.

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