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Source Green Bay, WI – Gingivitis is most commonly characterized by symptoms such as swollen or sore gums, bleeding gums around the teeth, receding gums that appear to be retracting from the teeth, and/or persistent bad breath. While most people recognize the name gingivitis, they often don’t know much about it. Here are some things […]

Source Green Bay, WI – You went to the dentist and discovered that you have a dental cyst? Now what? The first thing you should do is remain calm. Most cysts, when they first begin to form, are free of any infection. As long as a dental cyst is treated early, your oral health should […]

Green Bay, WI – “Third molars, or wisdom teeth, affect many people in one way or another,” explains Dr. David Brusky. “Usually, people are told that their wisdom teeth need to be extracted, and there is good reason for this.” Why to Get Wisdom Teeth Extracted There are some cases where extraction is necessary or […]

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 grows. Visiting your dentist twice a year, and, more importantly, taking his advice, can help you in the long run. […]

Green Bay, WI – Nothing strikes fear into a dental patient faster than a dentist whipping out a needle as a precursor to a procedure. Even though patients know that the purpose of the needle is to alleviate pain once the anesthetic kicks in, the jab still hurts – but it doesn’t have to be […]