May 15, 2018
May 4th, 2018, Connie officially began her second act in life by retiring from Elmbrook Family Dental and the front desk! The entire office celebrated Connie with a bowling fiesta. We all wish Connie happiness and health as she beings this new chapter. The front desk won’t be the same without her!
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April 16, 2018
In April – National Oral Cancer Awareness Month, dentists around the country are making it a priority to stress the importance of preventive dental care to reverse the growing number of people succumbing to oral cancer. Your dentist in Brookfield joins his peers in the quest to fight this disease, but he’d like to go further. As you continue reading, he’ll explain how the health of your mouth, teeth and gums plays a key role in preventing the development of another form of cancer as well.
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April 12, 2018
Thank you so much to all of our wonderful patients who participated in our 9th annual March Madness contest. We always have such a fun time with the NCAA tournament. Below are the top 4 winners and the prizes they received:
1st Place: Kathleen K. $150 Bartolotta gift card
2nd Place: Emily A. Custom whitening trays
3rd Place: Kristin L. $25 Starbucks gift card and Sonicare toothbrush
4th Place: Mandy P. $25 Starbucks gift card
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March 27, 2018
When you hear reference made to a dead tooth, you may think that it’s in regard to a new horror film. Unfortunately, it’s a very real condition that is best to be avoided. But if it happens, it’s good to know what symptoms to be on the lookout for. You can also feel secure in knowing that your dentist in Brookfield has methods to either restore your tooth or remove the problem completely. Learn more about this as you continue reading.
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March 21, 2018
Another sweet baby has arrived! Our hygienist Kerrie W and her husband welcomed another baby boy into their family. Dex Raymond was 7.5lbs 9oz and 20.5 inches long. He is a sweet, beautiful baby and we are excited to share this beautiful picture with you! His big sister Elyse and big brother Jude love to help take care of their baby brother Dex. Congratulations Kerrie. What a cutie pie!
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March 20, 2018
Most dental emergencies are avoidable if you practice regular oral care and visit your dentist. Additionally, emergency care is far more expensive than preventive care, so by utilizing your dental insurance and scheduling regular visits, you shouldn’t ever need to visit your emergency dentist in Brookfield.
Today, we’ll be discussing what emergency dentistry is, what classifies as a dental emergency, and how you can avoid emergencies from occurring in the first place. You don’t want to wait for an emergency to happen; your mouth and your wallet will thank you later.
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March 11, 2018
Elmbrook Family Dental is hosting our 9th Annual March Madness college basketball tournament for current patients! (Patients having 1 cleaning within the last 12 months)
In years past, our NCAA tournament contest was a hit and this year we’re making it even better by awarding prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th place!
1st place: $150 Bartolotta Gift Card
2nd place: Custom Whitening Trays
3rd place: $25 Starbucks Gift Card and Sonicare Toothbrush
4th place: $25 Starbucks Gift Card
To sign up, go to http://games.espn.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/2018/en/ and create an account. Once you have logged in, click “My Groups” link toward the top of the page. Type Elmbrook Family Dental in the search box. Our group password is TEETH. Create your own bracket, and please use your actual name as your team name (so we know who you are!) and pick who you think will win. For more information, click the “How to Play” link.
You must sign-up and pick your teams by the tip-off of the first game on March 15th in order to play. You will not be able to pick your teams until the tournament field is announced on March 11th.
The contest through ESPN is open to anyone, however in order to be eligible for a prize from Elmbrook Family Dental you must be a current patient, meaning 1 cleaning within the last 12 months.
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February 2, 2018
When it comes to your dental care, you often must compromise getting the treatments that you need due to schedule conflictions. This is often true in the event of dental emergencies. While you never expect it to happen to you, it is estimated that one in six Americans will be in this position this year. Often, when an emergency strikes, it occurs at the worst time possible. It can be difficult to find an emergency dentist in Brookfield who offers the office hours that you need to quickly treat the issue. At Elmbrook Family Dental, S.C., we understand the struggle you face, which is why we offer early morning and late evening appointments to accommodate your busy schedule.
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January 15, 2018
For many people, today is a day off of work and school. And with the slow, steady snow this morning, I think many of us are thankful not to be driving in it! But, today is not just a day off. It’s a day to remember. Did you know that Milwaukee is one of the only cities along side of Atlanta to celebrate MLK Day annually since 1984? We use this day to remember Dr Martin Luther King Jr. and the influences he had on our country during the Civil Rights Movement, protesting racism and promoting integration and equality. Many people now celebrate this holiday by providing acts of service for their communities, promoting the arts, volunteering and of course, re-telling his famous “I have a Dream” speech.
How will you celebrate today? How will you help our nation to continue to move forward toward even more equality?
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January 5, 2018
The crowning of royalty is as ancient as the history of civilized societies. But whereas it has been a symbolic image for a governing body to convey its power, when it comes to your tooth, the crown serves a very important function. It is the main structure that rises from the gums and contains precious cargo – the inner tooth area, where the pulp and nerves are housed. But sometimes it gets damaged from tooth decay or from trauma. When this happens, something must be done to rectify the situation – you’ll need a new crown from your dentist in Brookfield. As you continue exploring, you’ll learn more about how this process works and how to determine when you need one.
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