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DentalWorks Southridge

5200 South 76th St

Greendale, WI 53129-1116

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An annual dental exam can improve your oral health as the dentist uses modern tools to check the teeth, gums, and jawbone.

At least twice a year, all patients should get a professional teeth cleaning to remove tartar and stains for dental health.

To help strengthen developing or at-risk teeth, a professional fluoride treatment replenishes the dental enamel.

To seal small areas of decay in the teeth, composite resin fillings match the shape and color of the natural teeth.

Dental sealants help to stop cavities by forming a barrier over the molars that blocks plaque, tartar, and bacteria.

Dental care is available for patients of all ages, including pediatric services and care for senior patients as well as adults.

To guard the teeth during physical activity, a high-quality, custom mouth guard offers a comfortable, durable fit.

Porcelain veneers are slim shells that go over the teeth to hide cosmetic flaws like stains, chips, cracks, and discoloration.

Home tooth whitening kits from the dentist include high-quality teeth trays and professional bleach for fast results.

To quickly improve the quality of the smile, dental bonding and contouring effectively hides some cosmetic tooth flaws.

To replace many teeth, custom-made removable dentures (full or partial) provide a secure fit and natural look.

To create a strong fit, a dental bridge is attaches a fake tooth to a crown that is placed over an adjacent natural tooth.

To protect a decayed or cracked tooth, a metal or porcelain crown (cap) is set over the visible portion of the tooth.

For dental emergencies, including discomfort or a chipped tooth, our office can assist you in getting quick care and relief.

Gum treatments can be used to treat gingivitis to advanced periodontitis and restore dental health.

To remove extra gum tissue, laser gum sculpting recontours the gumline to eliminate overgrowth and fix a “gummy” smile.

The first treatment for gingivitis is scaling and root planing, which removes build up from below the gumline.

Teeth damaged beyond repair, may require a nonsurgical or surgical tooth extraction to restore oral health and function.

A root canal is a treatment that removes the diseased pulp of the tooth to stop decay and bacteria from spreading.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.