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Since 2015, Grand River Dental has established itself as a top-tier dental implant and full-mouth reconstruction center offering start-to-finish solutions for any patient. In one facility, we can provide any treatment you might need concerning dental implants, tooth replacement, and restoration under one roof.

Proudly Serving Onalaska

Our cosmetic dentistry office is just 15 minutes outside Onalaska, a historic Wisconsin town featuring majestic scenery and winding valleys. The name "Onalaska" came from the poem "The Pleasures of Hope" by Thomas Campbell, published in 1799. The town’s founder Thomas G. Rowe liked the line, "The wolf's long howl from Oonalaska's shore," and chose to adopt the name, only with one "o."

Featuring the best of both worlds, Onalaska is small enough to greet friends and neighbors at the grocery store but big enough to serve as a highly desirable location for local and regional businesses. The town features exceptional schools and takes pride in the several unique public spaces it offers.

One example is the Onalaska Omni Center, a multi-purpose facility and ice arena that hosts regional hockey and ice skating events, weddings, meetings, and conventions. Another would be the recently-built Great River Landing and Dash Park, which connects downtown to the waterfront where the city originated. Onalaska’s parkland includes 300-plus acres of parks and trails to the bluff tops for those wanting to enjoy the city from a higher perspective.

If you would like to visit Onalaska after visiting our office for exceptional dental care, you will find lots to do, see, and experience. You can stay in a luxury resort or a cozy bed-and-breakfast while enjoying two river road trips that are especially beautiful in the fall. When you’re ready to experience the truly unique, Onalaska offers the combined experience of staying and interacting with all the elements of a working farm with a farm vacation. Finally, check out some of the most stunning Wisconsin sunsets by visiting shorelines and scenic spots such as Madeline Island and Fred & Fuzzy’s Waterfront Bar & Grill.

Full Mouth Reconstruction for Onalaska, WI

You may be experiencing symptoms of needing full mouth reconstruction if you are experiencing any of the following:

  • Untreated gum disease
  • Tooth decay
  • Tooth wear due to clenching and grinding your teeth
  • Your entire mouth is in constant pain
  • Chewing is difficult
  • Smiling is embarrassing

Full-mouth reconstruction is a curated procedure in which our doctors replace, rebuild, or repair all of your teeth for a complete cosmetic makeover. Some of the procedures that are most commonly included in full mouth reconstruction include:

Dental Implants

Dental implants are solid, biocompatible titanium posts that act as artificial tooth roots. They can be used to stably support an individual crown, an implant-supported bridge, or a complete set of replacement teeth.

Fixed Bridgework

Using the most advanced technology, we can provide most patients with any needed extractions, implants, and fixed-in, stable teeth without the need for bone grafting.

Implant-Supported Snap-In Dentures

Implant-supported snap-in dentures are the most economical form of full-arch implant-supported tooth replacement. They provide greatly enhanced chewing power and are fully stable.

Crowns

A crown is porcelain coverings that caps the entirety of a tooth to strengthen it and fix any structural damage to the tooth. Crowns can be placed as a solution for cosmetic flaws.

Bridges

A dental bridge is a series of connected crowns that can replace a missing tooth (without replacing the tooth root). This option has certain disadvantages compared to tooth replacement with dental implants (where the tooth root is replaced) but can be an appropriate option for specific cases.

Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain coverings bonded to the front of your teeth to repair minor chips or cracks or cover cosmetic flaws such as stains or rough or unsightly tooth surfaces.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are made of robust and medical-grade acrylic and are an economical solution to replacing one or more missing teeth

TMJ

One of the most common sources of mouth pain is misalignment or dysfunction of your temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which Dr. Malin can correct during your full-mouth reconstruction.

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Dental Implants for Onalaska, WI

A dental implant is a titanium post inserted into your jaw as a replacement tooth root to support a dental crown, bridge, or denture. These are the most durable and lifelike, longest-lasting replacement options for missing teeth and the modern gold standard of tooth replacement.

Dr. Leo Malin specializes in dental implant treatment, with more than 23 years of experience in the field. He provides premium-quality, full-service implant dentistry using state-of-the-art technology and minimally invasive in-house procedures. While performing the highest quality dental services, he keeps his treatment affordable to give as many people as possible the opportunity to receive dental implant benefits. We offer many payment and financing options and will work closely with your insurance to help you receive the best possible reimbursement for your procedure.

Dr. Malin owns a dental implant design and manufacturing company that produces the premium implant posts he uses for his patients. These implants have the superior ability to maintain the bone and gum tissue levels around the implant over time because the implant and the connecting abutment fit together so closely that it is nearly impossible for bacteria to enter the space between the two pieces. This bacteria would ordinarily cause bone and gum shrinkage. 

In addition to reducing the likelihood of bacterial infection, these implants can be placed farther below the gumline than other brands. Doing so allows your dental restoration to appear as if it emerges naturally from your gums.

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