The Answers to Questions About Electric Toothbrushes

Electric toothbrushes are handy oral hygiene tools that take brushing to the next level. Because there are many different types of electric toothbrushes in the world today, many questions are asked. If you have questions about electric toothbrushes, then our dentists, Dr. Paul R. Tetting and Dr. Faith L. Tetting, are happy to help you… Read more »

Enhance the Quality of Your Gums With Gum Disease Treatment

Enjoying an attractive smile means you need to have healthy gums as well as beautiful teeth. The development of gum disease can affect the look of your smile, but gum disease treatment can restore it to good health. You can keep your gums in good condition by using safe and effective oral hygiene products on… Read more »

Tips Concerning Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

If you don’t watch out for your little one’s teeth while they still have them, you might end up spending a lot more time in our office when your child grows into a teenager. Baby teeth, while temporary, are critical to the overall oral wellbeing of a child, and they set the stage for health… Read more »

Information About Dental Sealants

In order to protect you or a loved one’s smile, it is always a good idea to set forth preventative treatment plans before any damage has occurred. One highly effective tooth prevention treatment option to consider is a dental sealant. Dental sealants go on strong and consist of thin, yet durable coatings painted on the… Read more »

Dental Emergencies: Things You Should Have in Your Dental First-Aid Kit

It’s best to have a dental first-aid kit on hand if you ever experience a dental emergency. However, this isn’t very handy if you have the wrong tools and products in the kit. Our , Dr. , would like to help you stock your first-aid kit with the right products so you can help your… Read more »

Oral Health Keys: Dental Floss

With all the chewy and sticky treats that abound during the holiday season, it is important that you’re practicing safe and effective oral health care in the form of flossing. No matter if you are flossing with threaded floss or an interdental cleaner such as a water flosser, it is important to make sure you’re… Read more »

What to Do If You Have a Loose Dental Bridge

When Dr. Paul R. Tetting and Dr. Faith L. Tetting places a dental bridge, they use a strong dental-grade cement to ensure that your dental bridge is securely in place. Still, gum disease or a blow to the face can weaken the dental cement. If you have a dental bridge that feels loose, contact today…. Read more »

Traumatized Soft Oral Tissues Often Need First-Aid

There are unfortunate times when a simple fall around the house or an athletic injury can cause significant trauma to soft oral tissues. This could include lacerations, a swollen lip, bruised cheek, or wounded gums. In a moment like this, you will need to administer some basic first-aid while assessing the need for emergency care… Read more »

Without Professional Treatment a Cavity Can Eventually Cause a Toothache

If you struggle to maintain good oral hygiene practices like brushing twice each day and flossing at least once, or you skip a dental checkup, you could easily develop a cavity on one of your teeth. If the affected area of tooth enamel goes without detection or professional treatment from a dentist like the tooth… Read more »

The Process of Making Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are meant to withstand tough chewing, chomping and grinding, fashioned out of materials to be incredibly durable. When you receive a dental crown procedure in our office here in Appleton, Wisconsin, we first create an impression of your teeth. To fashion the crown, we send the impression of your chompers to a laboratory… Read more »