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Green Bay, WI – Many people struggle with bad breath, which is also known medically as halitosis. In fact, some estimates find that about 50% of adults suffer from halitosis, and that some 60 million Americans likely have chronic bad breath. If you find yourself among these numbers, there is some good news: You can […]

Green Bay, WI – Called “the most prevalent infectious disease in humans,” cavities affect 97% of the population, according to Scientific American. While the common advice to brush and floss regularly is helpful, it’s not the only factor when it comes to oral health and avoiding cavities. “There are several reasons why some people are […]

Green Bay, WI – Many people fear going to the dentist, prolonging visits or simply avoiding them altogether. Unfortunately, this can lead to long-term harm, as the body of evidence showing the link between gum disease and other problems grows. Visiting your dentist twice a year, and, more importantly, taking his advice, can help you […]

Green Bay, WI – Dr. Brusky uses three primary dental treatments to prevent and treat cavities: dental fillings, Preventive Resin Restoration (PRR), and sealants. You’ve probably heard of dental fillings and sealants; PRR, not so much. Dr. Brusky believes that patient education is key to excellent dental treatment, and he feels it’s important that you […]

Green Bay, WI– Cracked teeth can be extremely uncomfortable since they exhibit a range of symptoms. From intermittent pain, generally with the release of biting pressure, to pain that occurs when extreme temperatures come into contact with the tooth, this discomfort may seem to come and go. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, […]

Green Bay, WI – Want to strike fear into the heart of a dental patient? Try mentioning the term “root canal”. No other dental treatment has gained as much negative notoriety, not even dental extractions. However, advancements in dentistry and new technology has made the root canal (endodontic treatment) a safe and relatively painless procedure. […]

Green Bay, WI – Jaw bone loss can occur for a variety of reasons. When you lose teeth or have teeth removed, the jaw bone will begin to deteriorate due to lack of stimulation. You can also lose bone in your jaw if you suffer from chronic periodontitis, where the bacteria affecting your gums will […]