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5 Tell-Tale Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Dental Crown

February 7, 2020

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A new dental crowns in Green Bay sitting on fingertip

Dental crowns in Green Bay are an excellent way to enhance the look, feel, and function of a damaged tooth. These natural-looking caps fit snugly over the top of a tooth to strengthen it, preserve as much of its natural structure as possible, and prevent further damage. Unfortunately, they don’t last forever and will need to be replaced at some point. Here are five tell-tale signs that it’s time to get a new dental crown.


How Long Can I Expect My New Dental Crown to Last?

January 15, 2020

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tooth colored porcelain dental crown

If you have a dental cavity that can’t be restored with a typical filling, or you have a badly worn or cracked tooth, then your dentist may recommend the placement of a dental crown in Green Bay. Once your smile and functionality are revamped, how long can you expect the restoration to last? As you continue reading, you’ll discover the answer and learn what you can do to extend the life of your crown.


Your 3 Best Options to Replace Missing Teeth

December 1, 2019

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Three friends watching a football game

Where are you every Sunday? Getting together with your friends to watch the Green Bay Packers romp to another win over their opponents? If you have a noticeable gap in your smile, you may not feel confident enough to consistently go out to social events. Thankfully, modern dentistry offers a wide range of options to replace missing teeth. Don’t let the appearance of your smile keep you from living life as you want. Take a look at the 3 best tooth replacement options in Green Bay.


Are Your Teeth Grey? Here’s How You Can Fix Them

August 16, 2019

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person smiling

If you’ve noticed that you have grey teeth, you’re probably wondering what could cause that to happen. Over the years, there are a variety of factors that can result in discolored pearly whites. Sometimes, it can even be totally out of your control. A smile that wears down your self-confidence can keep you from going out and enjoying your favorite activities. Find out what’s causing your teeth to dull and how you can refresh your smile by reading below.  


5 Ways to Smile Brighter

February 22, 2019

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person smiling at workBetween the upcoming wedding that you’re participating in and your family reunion this summer, you know there’s going to be hundreds of new photos taken of you. You don’t want your smile to appear yellow, but you do want to present your best self since you know you’ll be meeting new people. Lucky for you, there are a few things you can do to protect your teeth from becoming discolored. Here are 5 tips to maintain your bright smile from your cosmetic dentist in Green Bay!  (more…)

5 Reasons to get Teeth Whitening with a Cosmetic Dentist

October 1, 2018

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Teeth that are half white.Whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry services because of its dramatic results in a short amount of time. Teeth whitening lightens teeth to look healthier and more youthful and it helps remove stains, yellowing, and discoloration. With the holidays coming up, your family will want to take photos and see that beautiful grin of yours. Check out 5 of the most common reasons patients choose teeth whitening below:


Prepare for Your Big Day with a Visit to the Cosmetic Dentist

June 30, 2018

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wedding couple dancingDuring this year’s wedding season, you’ll probably get at least one invite to someone’s Big Day. Or, maybe you’re having your own tie-the-knot celebration. Either way, you want to make sure you look your best for the event — and a visit to your cosmetic dentist in Green Bay can help! Keep reading to learn about the most common procedures that can help you smile with full confidence for everything that comes your way this summer.


General VS Cosmetic Dentists

May 5, 2018

Smiling man receiving dental treatmentThe American Dental Association has outlined nine specialty fields within dentistry, and so far, cosmetic dentistry is not considered an official specialty. That doesn’t mean that there are not dentists who focus their training on cosmetic dentistry. In fact, there are numerous educational programs and professional organizations dedicated to improving skill in cosmetic dental services. If you’re considering a more advanced treatment or want to improve the appearance of your smile, finding a cosmetic dentist can help you achieve the results you’re looking for.

10 Reasons Your Dentist Might Take Your Blood Pressure

April 9, 2018

Dentist talking to patient in dental exam chairDid you know taking your blood pressure a few times a month is an easy way to monitor your health? If you regularly take your blood pressure, you may be aware of an increased risk for common health conditions like hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. When you visit the dentist, your blood pressure may be taken to ensure you’re safe and healthy throughout treatment. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the many reasons we take blood pressure at the dentist’s office during simple preventive dentistry visits and the most advanced dental procedures.

Getting Gum Therapy Can Save You from Cancer!

February 7, 2018

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woman smiling dental visitEveryone knows that their dentist will actively tell them to brush and floss their teeth at home during each dental visit, but why is that so important? Your dentist wants to avoid your smile from becoming ridden with gum disease! Gum disease has actually been linked to other forms of dangerous cancers recently—and even bigger threat to your overall health.

In the case that you do experience symptoms of gum disease, you can be confident that your dentist will be able to provide gum therapy in Green Bay. Learn more about gum disease and its correlations in this week’s blog post.


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