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Implant Dentistry
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Permanently Replace Missing Teeth

At Jackson Family Dentistry, our dentists are experienced implantologists and we can complete your entire dental implant treatment under one roof.

Expert Care

Dental Implants at Jackson Family Dentistry

Dental implants were first used in the 1960s and they have proven to be a revolutionary advancement in dentistry. This treatment gives patients the ability to replace missing teeth permanently with a restoration that can last a lifetime. The success rate of dental implants is 98%, and our dentists are highly skilled implantologists who specialize in both the placement and restoration process. If you’re looking for a dental office to care for your implant surgery in Jackson, we would feel honored to work with you and restore your smile.

Treatment Under One Roof

Our dentists are skilled implantologists who can take care of your entire implant procedure

Results That Last

Many patients choose dental implants to replace missing teeth because they last a lifetime with proper care.

Natural Look & Feel

Since dental implants mimic your natural tooth root, they will look and feel completely natural.



"I have been going to Jackson Family Dentistry for 21 years and highly recommend. They take great care of my teeth and I have never thought of going elsewhere. This year I even had a stranger ask me if I was a dentist. That is a clear indication that I am going to the right dentist."



"I have been going to Jackson Family Dentistry for 21 years and highly recommend. They take great care of my teeth and I have never thought of going elsewhere. This year I even had a stranger ask me if I was a dentist. That is a clear indication that I am going to the right dentist."

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Single Tooth Restorations

Single tooth dental implants are the most common type of implant. During this procedure, one of our dentists will surgically insert a small, titanium post into your gum and jaw. Once it heals, this post will act as an artificial tooth root. This ensures that your teeth don’t shift and you don’t suffer from bone loss, which are two common side effects of untreated missing teeth. A porcelain dental crown will then be attached directly to the implant to imitate the appearance of a natural tooth. With single tooth implants, you will smile more confidently and protect your dental health.

Full Arch Dental Implants

Full arch restorations are used to treat the upper, lower, or both arches of teeth. Whether your teeth are missing due to an injury or gum disease, full arch dental implants are a permanent, natural-looking way to restore your smile. Full arch restorations involve the placement of 4-6 dental implants that are used to support a set of permanent replacement teeth and provide a secure hold, natural appearance, and increased comfort.

Unique Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are becoming the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. When compared to other restorations like dentures and bridges, they have certain advantages that make them a good option for many patients:

  • They feel completely natural. Implants imitate the structure of a natural tooth root, and the restoration is permanently attached to the implant so it will not move or shift.
  • Bone and gum resorption is a common issue for patients with missing teeth, but implants can strengthen jaw and gum tissue to remedy this problem.
  • With proper care, they can last a lifetime, making implants a great long-term investment in your dental health.
  • No special care is needed once your implants are placed and healed. Simply brush and floss normally, and come in for regular preventive checkups.

The Placement Process

While each implant case is unique, the placement process involves the same basic steps:

  • One of our dentists will create a small incision in your gums at a precise location where your implant will be placed.
  • The implant (a small, titanium post) will be strategically placed where the incision was made, and your gums will be sutured shut.
  • You will be given instructions to follow to ensure that your implant heals and osseointegrates properly.
  • It typically takes about 3-6 months to heal after implant surgery, and once the small post bonds permanently with your jawbone and gums, you will come in for your restoration appointment.

The Restoration Process

Once you are completely recovered after your implant placement surgery, the restoration process will begin. One of our dentists will work closely with an outside lab to create a custom dental prosthetic that looks and feels completely natural. We will take images and scans of your entire mouth to help us manufacture beautiful replacement teeth that will look seamless when you smile and allow you to chew and speak without any difficulty. Once your restoration is created, one of our dentists will ensure that it fits perfectly and permanently attach it to your implant.

Dental Implant Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a candidate for dental implants?

During your consultation, our team will assess your smile to determine whether your gums and jawbone are strong and healthy enough to undergo implant treatment. To get started, give us a call at (262) 677-3003 or stop by our office to take the first step and schedule your consultation. We’re located at N168W20060 Main Street, Jackson, WI 53037.

How long will the treatment take?

Each dental implant case is unique, and the timing of your procedure depends on many different factors. The location and number of your missing teeth and your level of dental health will all play a part in the length of your treatment.

How much do dental implants cost?

The cost of your dental implant treatment will depend on where in your mouth the implant(s) will be placed and your level of dental health. Overall cost of treatment also depends on whether you will need preparatory work before your implant can be placed. To get an accurate estimate, schedule your consultation today.

What Is A Full-Arch Implant Dental Bridge?

Full-arch implant dental bridges are an alternative to implant-supported dentures. Implant-supported dentures are removable prostheses that you can easily snap into place and take out every night before you sleep. 

However, some patients would prefer a fixed, non-removable restoration. Full-arch implant dental bridges are sometimes called “All-On-Four”. These bridges are not intended to be removed. They are permanently fixed in place to a series of dental implants and are left in place throughout the entire day and night. They require some special cleaning techniques, but beyond this, they will look and function just like your natural teeth.

If you would prefer a non-removable restoration, a full-arch implant dental bridge may be right for you. To learn more, schedule a consultation with the team at Jackson Family Dentistry. We can help you understand the pros and cons of this implant-supported restoration and determine if it’s a good option for you.

How Much Do Full-Arch Dental Implants Cost?

This depends on your oral health, whether you will need to have preparatory surgery or extractions, and which teeth you will need to be replaced. It’s usually not possible to provide an accurate estimate of the price of full-arch implants without a comprehensive dental implant consultation. If you think that full-arch dental implants in Grafton, West Bend, Richfield or Slinger may be right for you, come and see Dr. Major at Jackson Family Dentistry for a consultation.

At your consultation, Dr. Major can discuss the benefits of full-arch dental implants in more detail, explain the process, and provide you with a cost estimate for your procedure. We do our best to keep care affordable for every patient, and we provide monthly payment plans to ensure that implants are within your reach. Come in for an appointment today to learn more!

Will I Need My Teeth To Be Extracted For Full-Arch Implants?

Yes. Just like traditional dentures, you will need to have all of your remaining teeth extracted before you can have full-arch implants. Your full-arch denture or full-arch dental bridge will be attached directly to a set of 4-6 implants, so any remaining natural teeth will need to be removed.

For this reason, full-arch implants are only recommended if you have already lost most of your natural teeth or they have been damaged by serious tooth decay or oral trauma. If you still have most of your natural healthy teeth, we may recommend multiple single-tooth implants or implant-supported bridges.

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