Sometimes, a root canal is necessary to save a badly damaged tooth. While a lot of people are terrified of them, these procedures are safe, pain-free (due to the local anesthesia,) and an effective way to avoid extraction and other restorative treatments. So, can a root canal cause a sinus infection?
Most people don’t have a naturally white smile. If you want to change the shade of your teeth, then most likely you’ll need a professional teeth whitening treatment. So how long does teeth whitening usually last?
So you want to improve the look of your smile, and you’re thinking about getting veneers. But as you’re reading about the procedure, you come across people claiming they damage your natural teeth. But is that actually true?
When your dentist placed your dental crown, they probably made sure that it matched the color of your teeth. But, can you whiten dental crowns?
One common take-home whitening product that many patients opt for is the classic whitening toothpaste. But does it actually work? Find out the answer in this short blog post!
Veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure that can address a lot of issues with your smile. re. However, one of the most common questions people have regarding veneers is how long their new smile will last.
While there are many ways to enhance your look and take care of your teeth’s appearance, veneers are, by far, one of the most common types of cosmetic dental procedures used. If you’re interested in getting veneers, here’s everything you need to know about them, and whether they do really need to be brushed.
If you have veneers or are thinking about getting them, you may be wondering about how easily they can discolor or stain. And if this happens, can you whiten veneers just like natural teeth?Find the answer in this short blog post!
Most of us want a healthy and beautiful smile. But sometimes, your teeth might need a little fix to attain that Hollywood smile most of us dream of. If that's the case for you, then maybe it's time you ask your dentist about veneers and how they can help you restore your smile.
Many people report feeling as if their teeth are moved after getting a dental implant, but is this actually possible? And if it is, what can you do to stop this movement and make sure your teeth don’t change their position?
Dental implants are a very common procedure used to replace missing teeth. Here is a short timeline of the dental implant process so you can know exactly what to expect!
Restorative dentistry is able to replace missing teeth, repair damaged ones and restore the appearance and function of your smile. When a patient is missing a tooth, or damages one of their existing teeth, a dental crown or a dental implant can be used to solve the problem.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a type of infection of the soft tissue of the mouth. It’s usually caused by plaque, which accumulates unwanted bacteria around this area. The sooner you get this addressed, the better chances you have at healing the gums and preventing permanent damage.
If you need to get a dental implant, you likely have a lot of questions about the procedure and its aftercare. Understanding what the procedure involves is extremely important to ensure the gum and bone heal properly, allowing you to move forward with the procedure and get the dental crown attached to the implant.
If you’ve been looking to improve the appearance of your smile, two different dental procedures might have come up in your research: veneers and dental bonding.
Going to the dentist is essential to making sure your dental health, and that of your entire family, is properly taken care of. The dentist can spot any worrying signs early on, and address them before they cause more severe issues down the line.
Are you interested in or have recently received dental implants and are wondering what the healing process entails? From aftercare procedures for the first 24 hours to a few weeks after the procedure, this blog from Oakbrook Dental is telling you all you need to know about recovery. Read on to find out foods you can eat after dental implants and how you can reduce bleeding and swelling after surgery.
At Oakbrook Dental, we’ve always put our patients first, and now we have a brand new office designed to elevate the patient experience. From the latest imaging technologies to classic comforts, our office is bigger, better, and more modern than ever. Come visit us at 211 W. Washington Street. West Bend, WI 53095 today to get the ultimate dental experience in West Bend, and receive expert care with an honest approach in our state-of-the-art office.
Invisalign is a great alternative to braces, and it can be used to treat a wide variety of different orthodontic issues in West Bend. But it’s not always the best choice at Oakbrook Dental. While Invisalign is very versatile, there are some things that it can’t treat.Wondering what issues Invisalign can’t fix? Read on, and get all the details. We’ll explain which common problems should be treated with braces, and discuss why Invisalign can’t be used for these orthodontic issues.
If you already know a little bit about dentures and dental implants, you might be wondering which treatment is a better choice for restoring your missing teeth in West Bend. Let’s discuss a few key differences between each of these treatments and help you make the right decision.
Join the Oakbrook Family Dental team! We’re looking for upbeat and motivated individuals to join our incredible team of Dental Hygienists! If you’re a positive team player with a passion for dentistry, we’d love for you to join us at one of our three awesome locations! Oakbrook Family Dental offers competitive pay and benefits for a truly rewarding career experience.
At Oakbrook Dental, we pride ourselves on providing high-quality and personalized treatment to create the best experience possible for our patients. If you’re happy with your experience with the Oakbrook team, help us get the word out by telling your family and friends about our Care to Share program!
Invisalign is a convenient way to straighten your teeth, but there are still a few things you’ll need to do to make sure you maintain your Invisalign trays and your oral health throughout the process. Here are a few steps you should take to clean and maintain your aligners as you go through Invisalign treatment at Oakbrook Dental.
Thinking about getting a dental implant in West Bend? Wondering what you can expect after your implant placement surgery? In this guide from Oakbrook Dental, we’ll take a look at what is (and isn’t) normal when it comes to pain and discomfort after dental implant surgery. Let’s get started.
When you come to Oakbrook Dental, you can trust that you’ll receive the care that best suits your budget and your lifestyle. We’re a relationship focused family practice, and we feel honored that you would consider us for your dental health needs.