The Progression of Gum Disease

Also known as periodontal disease, gum disease is a painful and dangerous gum condition that attacks the quality of your smile and can destroy your oral health over time. We want to help you understand how gum disease progresses so that you can take steps to protect your oral health... Read more »

A Secret to Oral Health Success: Tooth Hazard Warning Signs

At no point in time should you assume your oral health care is going along smoothly if there are any dental hazards in your way. Oral accidents and injuries are caused by numerous choices we make in our life, and several bad habits can cause potential tooth hazards that can... Read more »

A Severely Damaged Tooth Might Need to be Replaced with a Dental Bridge

Dental trauma can sometimes be severe. If the event damages more than the tooth’s enamel layer and causes significant distress to the pulp or root, Drs. Napieralski, Wisniewski, and Shayota might be able to treat the problem with an emergency root canal. However, some severe dental traumas, such as a... Read more »

Chewing Gum: All You Need to Know

Do you chew gum regularly? If so, you could be helping your smile. That’s right—chewing gum can do more for you than keep your mouth busy. To teach you a little more about chewing gum in Chelsea, Michigan, our dentists are happy to share some chewing gum facts with you.... Read more »

Dental Veneers Can Help Enhance Your Smile’s Appearance

The teeth that appear in your smile can have a significant bearing on some of your facial expressions and your general sense of self-image. Cosmetic imperfections like chronic dental stains, mismatched fillings, and minor dental fractures can alter your smile’s appearance. In a situation like this, you should strongly consider... Read more »

The Reasons Why Your Dentist Asks You to Floss Every Day

If you ever feel tired of flossing, it’s important to avoid giving up on the task. Although it might seem annoying, flossing between your teeth at least once a day is vital for a strong and successful oral health. Our dentists strongly encourage you to keep up on flossing because... Read more »

Eating & Drinking Habits to Avoid

We all want our teeth and gums to be healthy, right? Aside from brushing and flossing your teeth every day, there are other things you can do and not do to enhance or maintain the health of your smile. Dr. Napieralski, Dr. Wisniewski, Dr. Shayota, and our team are more... Read more »

What Are the Benefits of Tooth Decay Treatments?

Are you suffering from tooth decay? Tooth decay is an oral health condition that arises due to poor oral health conditions. It is responsible for damage to the thin layer of protection on your teeth known as tooth enamel. If a hole is formed in the tooth enamel due to... Read more »

Preparing Your Smile for Tooth Restoration Therapy

Even though there are multiple ways that teeth can be damaged or discolored, fortunately, there are also numerous ways that teeth can be restored and whitened. For extra oral health care beyond traditional brushing, flossing, and other dental hygiene routines, consider the benefits that a tooth restoration therapy may be... Read more »

Help Your Child’s Smile Ease Into the Fall Season

The fall season is a busy time, especially because school is about to start and the holidays are right around the corner. This means you probably have many chores to complete before fall officially arrives. As you do these things, don’t forget about your child’s smile and oral health. There... Read more »