Do Something Special for Yourself This Holiday Season

The crisp, cold December air in Wisconsin is the perfect sign that the holidays will be here before we know it. For many of us, we spend the season thinking of others by trying to find the perfect gift, or doing something to spread a little holiday cheer to those less fortunate. After the struggles and stress the past year has brought, now is the perfect time to do something for yourself this holiday season. If you have been unhappy with your smile and have been wondering what you could do to make some improvements, we would love to meet with you to discuss your options.

New Year, New Smile with Porcelain Veneers

With the year quickly coming to an end, now is the perfect time to make some changes for the upcoming year. To say 2020 has been challenging is an understatement. So, it’s a great time to treat yourself and start the new year with a new you! If you have been self-conscious about your smile due to numerous imperfections and long to make improvements, porcelain veneers are a great choice. Porcelain veneers are thin coverings that are placed over the front of the natural tooth to hide imperfections.

Have You Considered Braces As An Adult?

Have you ever been embarrassed by a misaligned smile or crooked teeth? If you’re thinking about braces, does a teenager with a mouth of metal brackets and wire come to mind? Well, teenagers are no longer the only people with braces. In fact, people of all ages are getting braces to help them improve the look and function of their teeth. Read on to find out more.

Do You Have Trouble Eating Or Speaking Clearly?

Have you been suffering with a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth? Do you find that tooth loss makes everyday activities such as eating or speaking clearly more difficult? While there are several treatments to restore missing teeth, there is one in particular that stands out for its durable and long lasting results. Read on to find out more.

Implants: A Long-Lasting Solution To Missing Teeth

Are missing teeth getting in the way of ordinary activities such as chewing, speaking and even smiling? Do you find yourself trying to cover the gap in your teeth because you are uncomfortable with the appearance of your smile? Many patients who have dealt with these same conditions turned to dental implants as a reliable and long-lasting solution to the problems that accompany missing teeth.