A Chipped Dental Crown Should Not Be Dismissed

A significant dental fracture or a case of severe tooth decay can compromise a significant amount of tooth enamel. In many of these cases one of our skilled dentists can restore the physical presence and function of the tooth by installing a dental crown. These restorations are typically created from materials like porcelain-ceramic or other durable dental material. The dental crown is... read more »

Learning More About Dental Veneers

When the time comes to improve your oral health, always make sure that you have effective oral hygiene routines in place and live a life that devoid of unhealthy habits and risks. Once your oral health is taken care of, the next stop you should make is seeking out treatments to improve the visual appearance of your smile. Although oral... read more »

Improve Your Smile With a Cosmetic Dental Treatment

Dental bonding is a top-notch cosmetic dental treatment our dental team, Dr. Todd A. Napieralski, Dr. Brian P. Wisniewski, Dr. Jomana S. Shayota, and Dr. Tyler Anderson, is thrilled to offer at Chelsea and Milford Family Dentistry to help you have the smile you have always wanted. So, if you wish to improve the appearance of your smile, they encourages... read more »

Treatments for Jaw and Facial Pain

At some point in your life, you've probably suffered from jaw or facial pain. It can be something as simple as a mild stressful point in your face, pain in and around your ears, severe tenderness with your jaw, headaches, earaches, or difficulties biting and chewing food. Because of the number of symptoms associated with jaw pain, it only goes... read more »

Dental Bonding Basics

Do you ever feel ashamed of your smile? Do you wish for a smile that you can be proud of? If your teeth have aesthetic flaws, consider asking Dr. Todd A. Napieralski, Dr. Brian P. Wisniewski, & Dr. Jomana Shayota about dental bonding in Chelsea, Michigan. Why is it used? Dental bonding is often used to repair chipped teeth. Bonding... read more »

All About the Enemies of the Teeth and Gums

You deserve strong and healthy teeth and gums. Unfortunately, there are many things that attack your teeth and gums and harm them. These things are called smile enemies. It’s best to keep these enemies at bay so you can prevent dental issues and maintain a top-notch oral health. To help you do so, our dentists, Dr. Todd A. Napieralski, Dr.... read more »

What to Expect From Your Teeth While You’re Expecting

Pregnancy comes with a whole set of hormonal changes, but what you may not know is that these hormones can affect your dental health. Brushing your teeth and consistently flossing can help you avoid any serious issues, but you may still be at risk for other issues. Here are a few serious changes concerning your teeth that you should to... read more »

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 from its effects. When plaque builds up on your teeth... 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 seriously damage your teeth and gums. Thus, it is important... 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 dental avulsion, or knocked out tooth, can cause so much... read more »