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Financial Info

We offer three different types of financing to help you achieve the smile you have always dreamed about. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to call our office to speak with someone who can help.

Lending Club

Our practice is pleased to present flexible payment plans through Lending Club Patient Solutions. Enjoy a selection of flexible plans with low fixed rates and monthly payments, no upfront payment, and no prepayment penalty.It’s easy to calculate your potential monthly payments. Simply complete a short application which displays fixed rates and monthly payments available for Extended Plans, all without impacting your credit score.

For more information, simply ask a team member or click on the link below.

Current Specials

Financing Available
Invisalign fall special ends November 30th, $300 off! Finance your dental treatment today with 18 month 0% special financing. Other programs available, exclusions may apply. Call for details.

Dental Implants
Complete package includes post, abutment, crown, and computerized enhancement sessions. Only $2,997! Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Please call for more details. 

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that this may seem like a cost-effective solution for gaining the benefit of function and stability that comes with a dental implant. However, this isn’t a good idea.

Experience has shown that it’s preferable not to attach implants to natural teeth. The problem with this being the fact that your new implant is much more stable than neighboring natural teeth. Natural teeth are constantly in a process where they’re moving slightly, even though you can’t see or don’t notice it.

Dental Bridges

Bridges work well because the artificial tooth uses neighboring teeth for support, so it absorbs any movement. However, a natural tooth attached to an implant will still move somewhat, as opposed to the dental implant, which is completely stable. However, it’s not uncommon for us to attach implants to each other, which is advantageous because the combined strength keeps the teeth stable.

In summary, it may appear to be a good solution that will save you a little money, the long-term results may not be as effective as you’d like. Yes, it may be less expensive in the short term to place one implant instead of two, the long-term success is likely to be much better with the two implants.

There’s a lot to consider when thinking about dental implants. At Wisconsin Smiles, we’ll be happy to answer your questions and help you find the solution that best fits all your needs. 

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