Take Excellent Care of Your Gum Disease

If you have signs of gum disease, then it is important to get the help you need right away. Our professional dentists and team in Franklin, Wisconsin, are happy to help you with your gum disease, so you can reverse this condition before you suffer painful consequences. Gum disease can cause many oral health problems like tooth loss, bleeding or... read more »

This Summer, Protect Yourself with Root Canal Therapy

This summer, protect yourself with root canal therapy. In some cases, teeth cannot be saved, and order to prevent further harm from occurring to your mouth, root canals must be used to remove the pulp from teeth, which may have become infected. Common causes that typically necessitate root canal treatments include: - If you have a multitude of dental procedures... read more »

Are Your Wisdom Teeth Causing Problems?

When your third molars, commonly known as wisdom teeth, come in, what do they do? What is there purpose? Do we really need them? Long ago, when our ancestors were trying to eat reeds and plants, we needed these back teeth to help chew. But since our diets have evolved, so have our jaws, which are smaller than our ancestors... read more »

Tartar and Your Oral Care

Do you know what tartar is? Where it comes from and how to get rid of it? Let’s take a brief look at this mysterious substance that can inhabit your mouth. If you run your tongue along the back of your teeth, near the gum line, you can feel a sticky, slightly rough coating on your teeth. This is plaque... read more »

What Should You Do During a Dental Emergency?

Are you devoted to caring for your teeth? Do you do everything you can to keep your smile healthy and strong? Still, you know that even if you care for your smile well, but do you know how to react to a dental emergency? We know how traumatic a dental emergency can be, especially if you aren’t sure what you... read more »

FAQ About Lumineers®

What are Lumineers®? Lumineers are a type of dental veneer. How thin are Lumineers? One of the traits of Lumineers is that they are much thinner than traditional dental veneers. Lumineers are nearly as thin as a contact lens, about 0.2 mm. How much preparation do Lumineers require? Because Lumineers are so thin, teeth usually need little or no preparation.... read more »

Oral Health: The First Years

We all know that oral health and proper tooth care are important, and we invite you to bring your child to our dentist when they are about one year old so we can help. But did you know that there are things you can do to care for your child’s smile even when they are an infant? In fact, you... read more »