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How Can You Tell If A Toothache Will Call For A Root Canal?

Posted July 13, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

Your tooth hurts when you try to put pressure on it. You feel uncomfortable when it is exposed to heat, or cold. You may even feel persistent pain throughout your day. When you have some, or all, of these problems, what can your Reno, NV dentist’s office do to help? Many people who experience chronic (more…).

Quiz: Solving Smile Concerns With Cosmetic Treatment

Posted July 11, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

Are you stuck with those frustrating flaws that negatively affect your smile? With the right cosmetic dental procedure, you can see impressive changes to the way you look. Your Reno, NV dentist offers multiple treatments, and can help you find one that gives you the kind of results you would love to show off. While (more…).

Should I Have An Old Dental Crown Replaced?

Posted July 9, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

Are you concerned with an older dental crown that feels less secure, or seems to offer less support? It is important to remember that crowns are expected to offer protection for a tooth against future dental troubles, while also absorbing biting and chewing pressures. Both of these qualities contribute to your overall oral health – (more…).

Enjoy The Reno-Sparks Water Lantern Festival July 21!

Posted July 6, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

On Saturday, July 21, residents in and around Reno can witness the beautiful sight of lanterns set to drift during the Reno-Sparks Water Lantern Festival! During this special evening event, the waters at the Sparks Marina will be illuminated with lanterns that are decorated by participants, and set adrift. You can see the spectacle of (more…).

Do You Know How Harmful A Cavity Can Be To A Tooth?

Posted July 2, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

Are you doing enough to make sure that your teeth are completely safe from cavities? Tooth decay poses a real threat to your oral health, and if a problem goes without treatment, you can suffer some unpleasant complications. Did you know that a cavity will eventually do irreparable harm if it is not treated? Did (more…).

Addressing Your More Significant Smile Concerns

Posted June 29, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

Through modern restorative dental work, your Reno, NV dentist can help you maintain your best smile when a problem arises. Patients who maintain a good oral care regimen, and seek regular dental checkups, may only need a dental filling to address a problem. However, not everyone is so diligent about their oral care. If you (more…).

Taking Action To Prevent Periodontal Troubles

Posted June 27, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

Why is it so important to take action when you have periodontal troubles? When you suffer a cavity, the damage that results from decay can cause serious complications. You can reach a point where an infection spreads to your pulp, damages the living tissue housed in this space, and continues to spread to your jawbone. (more…).

Professional Whitening Treatments Can Yield Better Results

Posted June 25, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

If you made attempts to improve the color of your teeth with store bought whiteners, or a toothpaste claiming to improve smile color, you may be dissatisfied by the results. These products can help by removing staining particles from the surface of your teeth, while leaving behind stains that have settled deeper into your enamel. (more…).

3 Oral Health Mistakes That Put Your Smile At Risk

Posted June 22, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

There is no shortage of information concerning how to prevent cavities from forming on your teeth. That knowledge is widespread, but so are cavities. Why is this problem so persistent? Many people can be mistaken in their assumption that their oral health habits are up to the task of protecting their smiles. For instance, a (more…).

Are Your Older Restorations Still In Good Shape?

Posted June 20, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

The purpose of a dental restoration is to make sure a tooth has sufficient support for biting and chewing pressures, and protection against infection. While dental fillings and dental crowns are frequently seen as intended for teeth in need of a cavity treatment, crowns are also used in cases where a person suffers physical damage (more…).