From preventative to restorative dentistry, we perform a number of services for the community in Wisconsin Rapids
Restorative dentistry helps bring your mouth back to its full function, strength, and beauty. We provide a variety of restorative services, including bridges, crowns, fillings, and dentures. We use advanced technology and high-quality materials to give you the most effective, comfortable experience possible.
Maintaining a healthy and functional smile is important. We recommend seeing us every six months to ensure a healthy mouth, gums, and teeth. We offer cleanings, imaging, pediatrics, mouthguards, and nightguards to keep your oral health in the best shape possible.
Sometimes, when a tooth has suffered significant damage, decay, or injury, tooth extraction might be advised. A crowded mouth, trauma, or risk of infection may be other situations where an extraction is necessary. Whether your wisdom teeth are coming in or a damaged or decayed tooth is causing you pain, we're here to help figure out the best next steps.
Cosmetic dentistry can improve the quality of your teeth and enhance your smile. We offer a range of cosmetic dentistry services from our state-of-the-art clinic, where we will help transform your smile, including teeth-whitening and veneers.
Many dental emergencies involve severe toothaches or dental injuries. Fractured and missing teeth, fillings, and crowns are examples of other dental situations that require urgent attention. No one should have to experience unplanned traumatic events, but we hope that we can help the situation by providing urgent care. Dental emergencies can be handled quickly and we can help with many dental emergencies, including:
Severe, lasting toothaches or tooth pain
Traumatic Oral Injury
Damage to soft tissues of the mouth
Including the tongue, cheeks, lips, and gums
A cracked, fractured, or missing tooth
A lost dental restoration (like a filling or crown)
There are other emergencies that may exceed our abilities. If you are experiencing other symptoms that go beyond dental and become medical, we urge you to call 911 or your doctor to report your emergency. Difficulty breathing or swallowing, significant facial or jaw swelling, and normal eating or drinking problems may be signs of more serious medical issues and you should be seen at a hospital emergency room as soon as possible.