General Dentistry in Green Bay
In order to improve and maintain your smile, it is in your best interest to schedule routine visits. During your visit to our office, you can expect Dr. Long to perform a thorough exam, the hygienist to clean your teeth and a treatment plan with options.
Cleaning: Plaque and tarter is nothing more than a collection of bacteria on the tooth. This bacteria needs to be removed at least every six months depending on how much your mouth produces. This helps to keep you healthy and your immune system stronger.
Sealants: We love kids’ first dental visits! Sealants are treatments to protect their teeth from decay.
Root Planning: For patients with moderate to severe gum disease, the infection can get into the surface of the root. At this point, the hygienist will use her special skills to remove this layer of diseased root surface.
Fluoride Treatments: Putting fluoride on your teeth keeps your enamel stronger, which helps teeth resist decay.
Oral Hygiene Instruction: We want you to keep your teeth for life. With every visit, our hygienists will give you a personalized cleaning, assessment and instruction for how to take care of your teeth.
Crowns and Bridges: Newer, stronger materials available that are lifelike and minimize, if not eliminate, any visible metal.
Dentures: Full and partial dentures are available.
Root Canals: Root canals don’t have to hurt anymore! Newer anesthetics and nitrous oxide sedation allow for more comfort. See information about nitrous oxide below.
Extractions: Dr. Long has had extensive training in the area of extractions so your recovery time is shortened and any postoperative complications are reduced.
Restorations: We use the best material for your individual situation, including tooth colored fillings.
Nitrous Oxide Sedation: No needles! No pills! This type of sedation will allow you to be comfortable during your entire procedure. This is especially nice if you tend to be anxious or are fearful of dentistry.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment. New patients are welcome!