From all of us here at Elmbrook Family Dental, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
During the holidays, the last thing on your mind is preventing a dental emergency, but unfortunately, trauma doesn’t discriminate based on the season of the year. Thus, your emergency dentist in Brookfield says it never hurts to take steps to prevent dental trauma from happening. Read on to learn 5 helpful holiday tips!
From December 3rd to December 21st, Elmbrook Family Dental will be hosting our 2nd Annual Ronald McDonald House Toy Drive!
Stop in during business hours to donate new, unopened toys or gift cards to the children of the Ronald McDonald House. The Ronald McDonald House assists sick and injured children and their families in their time of need. Please help us make this Holiday special for these children by donating new toys purchased within the past 3 months (cannot be opened or gently used) or gift cards for the older children.
Each toy or gift card donated enters you to win a gift basket from Elmbrook Family Dental valued at over $200!
Thank you and Happy Holidays!
~Elmbrook Family Dental Partners, S.C.
If your dentist has recently recommended you receive dental crowns in Brookfield, it is natural to assume you will also need root canals because the two often go hand-in-hand. While they are often used together, you do not always need a root canal when receiving a crown. After evaluating your oral health, your dentist will determine if you need one or both treatments.
When people consider dental implants, one of their first questions is “How noticeable will they be?” This is an understandable question because once all is said and done, meaning all the preparatory exams and procedures are completed, the surgery is performed, and all the follow-up appointments are finished, the last thing you’d want is for your new tooth to look unnatural.
Thankfully, dentists know all the steps to making sure your tooth is not just a part of your smile, but a part of you in general. Here’s how dentists make dental implants in Brookfield look natural.
Do you often wake with a wet spot on your pillow or chapped lips? You could suffer from chronic drooling. While everyone does it from time to time, such as when you are sick, if it occurs more often than not, it can be a leading source of embarrassment. Although it may cause you to feel insecure about your sleeping habits, it does not pose a risk to your health. To stop the excessive drooling, there are several things you can do at home. Your dentist in Brookfield has the tips you need.
Another sweet baby has arrived! Our hygienist Amanda W and her husband welcomed their first baby girl into their family. Adelyn Rose was 7 lbs 8 oz and 19 inches long. She is a sweet, beautiful baby and we are excited to share this beautiful picture with you! Congrats Amanda. What a cutie pie!
How often do you wake with a wet spot on your pillow? Drooling from time-to-time is normal for everyone, especially if you are sick; however, for others, it can occur more frequently. If you find yourself drooling often, there could be an underlying issue that is causing the problem. There is no need to feel embarrassed. Your dentist in Brookfield can help get to the root of the problem to give you the relief you need.
Did you bite down on a piece of food only to feel your dental filling fall out? Maybe you were playing sports but left your mouthguard at home, only to be struck and have your filling knocked out? Regardless of the circumstances, a loose or lost filling is not something that should be put off.
The moment your filling comes out, you should schedule a visit with an emergency dentist in Brookfield. Here’s why!
Last week Friday and Saturday the Wisconsin Dental Association and WDA Foundation’s “Mission of Mercy” were able to treat as many as 2, 000 people and they were able to receive free dental care in West Allis. Dr. Tack and our consultant Nan were amongst more than 1, 300 volunteer dentists, dental hygienists, assistants, dental students, and community helpers from nearly 200 communities! Thank you Dr. Tack and Nan for providing your time to help many people smile again!