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When a tooth is missing, the resulting gap will allow nearby teeth to tilt or drift from their normal position, and the teeth above the…
Until recently, dentists used an inexpensive silver and mercury amalgam to fill and seal cavities. Because silver fillings do not bond to a tooth, a…
Teeth are often restored using silver or composite fillings. However, when too much of a tooth's structure is removed to support a filling, a crown…
Tooth decay occurs when bacteria in dental plaque damages the enamel of your teeth, leaving a hole or cavity. Any part of a tooth can…
Periodontal disease is a condition where infection occurs due to an accumulation of bacteria, tartar and stain on a person's teeth. This infection results in…
Porcelain veneers are often used for the same reasons as bonding; to lighten stains, close gaps and even alter crooked or malformed teeth. You can…
Fluoride acts to make teeth more resistant to decay. In children, this is important for the development of their adult teeth. In adults, Fluoride strengthens…
The loss of just a single tooth can set a course that can destroy an entire mouth. Teeth will drift and tip into a space…
The radiation exposure from dental x-rays is much less than the exposure you would get from a chest x-rays taken by your physician. In fact,…

Evergreen Dental, SC - Appleton, WI


Evergreen Dental, SC

2310 E Evergreen Dr
Suite A
Appleton, WI 54913 View Map

(920) 734-0601


Office Hours

Mon - Thurs: 8am to 5pm
Fri: Closed

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