Oral Health Care   •   October 13, 2016

Most Common Dental Problems and How to Avoid Them

What are some dental problems dentists see in their offices over and over again? Here are the most common and very avoidable dental problems to know about. Cavities. Plaque building up on the surface of the teeth it eats away at enamel. This will form a hole in the tooth. Plaque is a sticky substance full of […]

Oral Health Care   •   September 22, 2016

Bad Breath – Top 6 Causes and How to Help Your Breath Stay Fresh

It seems like there are millions of mints, gums and mouthwashes out there all claiming to help our bad breath.  But, instead of masking it, we want to help you learn about the root causes and how you can treat it. Bad breath, medically called Halitosis, usually results from the buildup of bacteria in the mouth. […]

Oral Health Care   •   September 20, 2016

Start Flossing Effectively Like A Dentist

Flossing may not be your favorite thing to do, but it is one of the most important things you can do for the health of your teeth. Flossing clears away food and other debris that can get stuck between teeth. Without flossing, bacteria can build up and cause cavities. While it may seem simple, there […]

We Are Ready To See You. Welcome Back!

We have always put our patients and team’s health and safety first and will continue to do so! During the shelter in place our team has been busy reinforcing what we have always done to keep our patients safe and secure as well as implement additional steps so that we could re-open with confidence! Our vision is to keep our patients informed and supported every step of the way. We want you to know:

  • That we are paying close attention to the evolving CDC guidelines and will continue to make our practice safe for all those we are honored to serve.
  • Our team has worked diligently to make sure that all social distancing requirements are in place, so that every patient can come back to care with confidence.
  • Your dental health is important and impacts your overall health and we are committed to supporting each and every one of you as we return to full services beyond emergency care.
  • Our hygienists have streamlined their protocols, so that patients can return to their continuing care intervals, which are key in maintaining health and well-being.
  • We will continue to post updates, as well as tips to keep you healthy during these unprecedented times on our Facebook Page Westhilldentalappleton. We invite you to join the conversation!

We look forward to seeing you soon! Our greatest reward comes from serving our dental family!