Do you dream of making a change to your smile? If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, there is no better time to inquire about the treatments we offer. With the new year right around the corner, it is a great time to start fresh and get the smile of your dreams. We offer several restorative and cosmetic dental treatments that can give you the smile you’ve always wanted. Keep reading to learn more about how we can improve your smile.
When dealing with tooth loss, it can be overwhelming to consider a tooth replacement option. There are a number of factors to consider such as lifestyle, budget, and time constraints. At Kewaskum Family Dentistry, we work with our patients to find a solution that will meet all their criteria and provide long-lasting results. There is one option that we frequently recommend to patients — dental implants. Not only do we recommend dental implants, but we often have patients who wonder if dental implants are the right choice for their needs.
Would you be surprised to learn that your tooth enamel is the strongest substance in your body? Your tooth enamel is the outer covering that protects the insides of your teeth. If damaged, it can lead to problems like tooth sensitivity, decay, and cracked and broken teeth. There are simple changes you can make to your dental habits that will help protect your enamel and your oral health. Continue reading to learn more.
At Kewaskum Family Dentistry, we want you to be free from issues with your oral health. Between appointments, it is important to evaluate your oral health to determine if you are seeing any warning signs that may indicate any problems. One issue you may experience is tooth sensitivity. You may feel this when you eat foods that are extremely hot or cold, such as ice cream or coffee. While experiencing tooth sensitivity on occasion can be normal, if you are regularly experiencing this issue it may indicate a problem.
Do you regularly experience discomfort in your jaw and it is affecting your quality of life? If so, you may be suffering from a common condition called TMD, also known as temporomandibular joint disorder. Unfortunately, many adults are never diagnosed properly, and their condition and symptoms remain untreated. We never want our patients to live a life of discomfort. We are proud to treat our patients’ TMD symptoms. In fact, our team recently had the opportunity to attend a TMD and airway seminar to improve the level of care we are able to provide to you, our beloved patients. Continue reading to learn more about what we learned at the seminar and the importance of treating TMD.
At Kewaskum Family Dentistry, we want our patients to have successful dental treatments. When we recommend a dental treatment, we stress the importance of scheduling your treatment in a timely manner to help prevent decay from progressing further. When you arrive for treatment, we will explain what to expect during treatment and will give specific recovery directions. Procedures such as dental fillings will not have as detailed instructions as patients who are receiving dental implants or a root canal. No matter if you are visiting us for a filling or an implant, it is important to follow our after treatment directions.
Do you feel self-conscious about the smell of your breath? Do you find yourself keeping your distance when speaking to others? It is not uncommon to experience bad breath from time to time, especially after eating certain foods such as garlic and onions. Usually the problem is resolved once you are able to rush and floss your teeth. The problem becomes more serious when you experience frequent bad breath and you are not sure of the cause. Persistent breath issues can be a warning that something is wrong with your oral health. Continue reading to learn more about what can cause bad breath.
At Kewaskum Family Dentistry, we believe in treating a child’s orthodontic needs as soon as possible. Many times, when parents learn their children need to start orthodontic care at a young age, they can get slightly nervous and panicked, thinking it is too soon. Parents often look at their children’s teeth to see if they are crooked or crowded when trying to decide if braces are necessary. The placement of the jaw and arch development are the true reasons we may recommend orthodontic treatment at an early age.
Do you find yourself frequently experiencing jaw discomfort? Or have you changed your eating habits because you find it difficult to chew certain foods or open your mouth wide enough to bite? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you may be experiencing the symptoms of a common condition known as TMD, or temporomandibular joint disorder. This condition often remains undetected and can cause great discomfort to patients. Continue reading to learn more about TMD and how we can help.
We hope that you are having an amazing summer spending time doing your favorite activities. With any activity, there is always the potential for an accident or emergency to happen. Even something as simple as a stumble or bump can cause damage to your teeth and mouth. A dental injury can range from something simple such as a bite on the tongue to something as severe as the loss of a tooth. The most important thing to do when dealing with any form of emergency is to remain calm and access the situation. We want to help you be prepared if you should encounter a dental emergency this summer.