Comprehensive Dental Care Under One Roof in Reno

Are you ready for Mother’s Day this Sunday? Do you know what you’re giving to your mom to show her how much you love and appreciate her? At Wager Evans Dental, we like to think that we celebrate Mother’s Day all year long. Why? Because we provide dental care to patients of all ages with a variety of needs at our Reno-area dentist office.

Comprehensive Dental Care in Reno

As family dentists, Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans provide comprehensive dentistry, which means that we offer a variety of dental services under one roof. More specifically, we offer the following top-notch dental treatments and services:

Preventive and Restorative Dentistry

  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Dentures
  • Dental Fillings
  • Perio Protect
  • Dental Cleanings
  • Dental Exams
  • Children’s Dentistry (more…)

Are You Harming Your Teeth with Common Habits? Your Reno Family Dentists Explain

Do you chew on pen caps or bite your nails? Did you know that these habits can be harmful to your teeth and oral health? You might be surprised how a seemingly innocent habit such as chewing on a pen cap can do damage to your oral health. Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans explain how common habits harm your oral health and damage your teeth.

Biting Your Fingernails

So you break a nail and can’t find nail clippers, what do you do? Many people might alleviate this problem by biting their nails. And for others, biting fingernails is just a nervous habit. Now imagine how many things your hands touch in a day’s time. Door knobs, elevator buttons, and sink faucets are riddled with bacteria that we encounter on a daily basis. Bacteria tend to collect on nail beds and underneath fingernails. When you chew your fingernails, you can potentially transfer the bacteria on your hands into your mouth. (more…)

Meet Your Reno Dentists

At Wager Evans Dental, we’re proud to offer comprehensive dental care—cosmetic, restorative, preventive, general, and children’s dentistry—to patients of all ages. Reno dentists Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans lead the Wager Evans Dental team and, to help you feel more comfortable while in the dental chair, they want to introduce themselves.

Meet Dr. William Wager

Falling in love with the Reno, Lake Tahoe, and Virginia City area as a child, Dr. Wager knew he would return to this spot as an adult. (more…)

Helping Reno Patients Sleep Better

At Wager Evans Dental, Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans offer top-notch general, preventive, restorative, and cosmetic dental services to our patients of all ages from across the greater Reno area. We want our patients to know that we go above and beyond the care given at traditional comprehensive care dental practices. How? By offering sleep apnea treatment.

What is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a condition in which your oral and throat muscles relax and shift when you sleep, blocking your airway. This obstruction interferes with your breathing while you sleep, eventually causing you to stop breathing completely. These pauses in breathing can last anywhere from ten seconds to a few minutes and can occur several times within a sleep cycle, adding up to countless times each night. (more…)

Custom Mouth Guards for Reno Athletes

The month of April is National Facial Protection Month, so, today, Reno dentists Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans want to discuss how the Wager Evans Dental team can help you protect your pearly whites.

What is a Mouth Guard?

We offer mouth guards to our active dental patients to help them protect their teeth from injury during physical activity.

By definition, a mouth guard—also known as a mouth protector, mouth piece, or gum shield—is a protective device that is worn within the mouth and covers the teeth to prevent and reduce injury to the teeth, dental arches, lips, and gums. (more…)

Maintaining Oral Health After Periodontal Treatment in Reno

At Wager Evans Dental, Reno dentists Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans strive to help our patients achieve optimal oral health and, often, that requires treatment for periodontal (gum) disease. In addition to traditional dental cleanings, we offer Perio Protect and deep cleanings, as well as other treatments to help our patients overcome this serious oral health problem.

Post-Periodontal Treatment

Dr. Wager, Dr. Evans, and our team will not rest until your teeth and gums are back in optimal health, but what happens at the completion of your treatment? Generally, periodontal patients require more care than just regular biannual dental cleanings and checkups to maintain a healthy smile. (more…)

Children’s Dental Care from Your Reno Family Dentist

As general and cosmetic dentists, Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans promote a family-friendly dentist office in Reno. In fact, our entire staff at Wager Evans Dental loves to see our younger patients. Children without access to dental care often suffer with tooth decay. Untreated cavities cause pain and discomfort and may affect your child’s ability to speak or eat properly. Furthermore, oral health problems may distract your children from learning in school, too. At Wager Evans Dental, we take preventive measures to combat childhood tooth decay and keep children’s mouths healthy.

Fluoride Treatments

Teeth are surrounded by tooth enamel. This protective layer is composed of minerals. As the strongest substance in the human body, tooth enamel prevents bacteria from eating away at your child’s teeth. However, strong acid can weaken enamel. When enamel is damaged, bacteria attack the exposed part of the tooth. When our younger patients experience enamel loss or erosion, we prescribe fluoride treatments. Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that helps replenish tooth enamel. We may apply topical fluoride in a great tasting flavor directly to your child’s teeth after a dental cleaning. We also recommend that you purchase fluoridated toothpastes with the American Dental Association’s seal of approval. (more…)

Spring Cleaning for Your Smile in Reno

Today is the first day of spring, and we’re ready for the warmer weather here in Reno. Today, family dentists Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans want to discuss one thing you shouldn’t leave off of your spring cleaning to-do list: your smile.

Out with the Old, In with the New

Before you conjure up images of mopping your teeth or purging your gums like you purge your closet of clothing you longer wear, think about the point of spring cleaning—to say goodbye to the old, welcome the new, and make your overall life better. (more…)

Cosmetic Dentistry in Reno

With all of the entertainment awards shows over the last few months, it’s no surprise that you might be experiencing a little lust over some of your favorite celebrities smiles. Stars have to have red-carpet-ready smiles all the time, and it’s no secret that many people in the public eye have turned to cosmetic dentistry to achieve their mega-watt smiles. Today, Reno cosmetic dentists Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans want to tell you how you can achieve a star-worthy smile of your own.

Reno Cosmetic Dentistry

Even a subtle change in your appearance can improve your self-esteem and boost your confidence, and a stunning smile is sure to turn heads and make a lasting impression. If you’re unhappy with the current state of your smile, Reno smile enhancement dentists Dr. Wager and Dr. Evans encourage you to take a look at the cosmetic dental procedures they offer at our Sparks-area dentist office. (more…)

Children’s Dental Care Fun (and a Little Trivia) from Your Reno Family Dentist

Exactly one week ago, February 28, was National Tooth Fairy Day, and—as Reno children’s and family dentists—Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans are always looking for new ways to teach little ones about the importance of healthy teeth and gums. Today, let’s take a look back at the history of the tooth fairy, and how to teach your child about quality dental health and hygiene.

The Origin of the Tooth Fairy

Since the beginning of the human race, people have lost their baby teeth and adult teeth have erupted in their place. While records of the rituals surrounding the loss of baby teeth don’t date back to the beginning of time, history shows that special ceremonies and traditions have accompanied the loss of baby teeth for at least a few hundred years. (more…)