Loose Teeth in Sun Prairie, WI

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Treating Loose Teeth in Madison, WI

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Gum Disease Can Cause Loose Teeth

Loose teeth can be a sign of gum disease and other oral health problems that may lead to tooth loss and damage of the supporting structure and bone.

If your teeth are loose, schedule an an oral examination right away!

Loose Teeth

It is very common for patients with loose teeth in the Madison, WI area to find out that gum disease, misaligned teeth or teeth subjected to clenching or grinding are the causes. These conditions may require immediate treatment to stop further damage and prevent loose teeth from becoming lost.

Gum disease and other causes can be prevented with good oral care but if you are already experiencing problems, Dr. Chris Stevens or Dr. Dan Stevens can treat them with a variety of safe and effective procedures. Call today to arrange your consultation.

Treating Loose or Lost Teeth

  • Prevention
    Prevention is key, but good treatment is available with Dr. Stevens or Dr. Dan Stevens for patients who already have loose teeth. If you have gum disease, he can treat your condition with state of the art laser technology and other procedures that eradicate bacteria to improve the health and function of your teeth. If loose teeth cannot be saved, Dr. Stevens can replace them with dental implants in Madison, WI.
  • Treatment
    Dental implants are as close as you can get to having real teeth. They are placed in the jaw, which keeps it stimulated and healthy in the same way that real tooth roots do. Implant crowns look as real and function as well as natural teeth. Since implants need bone to support them, patients with bone loss may need to have a dental procedure that will increase bone density prior to having implants placed. Dental implants are also a good way to keep dental bridges and dentures more stable.


Symptoms that Need Professional Dental Treatment

If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, we advise that you schedule an appointment to discuss your treatment options:

  • Loose teeth
  • Tooth decay
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures
  • Gum tissue that bleeds, swells, or shows signs of recession
  • Chronic halitosis
  • Trapping food around the gum line