Chocolate is Good for You, Let Your Reno Dentists Tell You How

Posted February 7, 2012 by Wager-Evans Dental

Valentine’s Day is exactly a week away and to celebrate, Reno family dentists Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans want to talk to you about the health benefits of one of the most popular Valentine’s Day treats: chocolate. While it’s important to remember that sugar is detrimental to your teeth, we want to tell (more…).

Dental Bonding and Contouring from Your Reno Dentist

Posted January 31, 2012 by Wager-Evans Dental

Take a look at your smile. What’s the first thing that catches your eye? Is it the chips or gaps in your smile? If so, Reno family and restorative dentists Dr. Brian Evans and Dr. William Wager offer two procedures to help you overcome these smile flaws: dental bonding and contouring. What is Dental Bonding (more…).

Are Your Dental Habits on the “Worst” List?

Posted January 24, 2012 by Wager-Evans Dental

Be honest—on those nights when you can’t keep your eyes open and all you want to do is crawl into bed, what part of your bedtime routine is first to go? For most people, it’s brushing their teeth. Even as family dentists, Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans know that everyone can get a (more…).

What is the Importance of Fluoride?

Posted January 18, 2012 by Wager-Evans Dental

You have probably heard throughout your life that fluoride is good for your teeth but you may not know why.  There are proven benefits to using fluoride in dentistry and daily oral care. Dr. William Wager and our staff at Wager Evans Dental have composed answers to some frequently asked questions below about fluoride. What (more…).

Healthy Teeth for Kids

Posted January 11, 2012 by Wager-Evans Dental

Our team at Wager Evans Dental wants to help you establish healthy dental habits with your children. Dr. William Wager likes to pay special attention to his younger patients and keep them on the right track for a lifetime of healthy smiles! Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about childhood dental health. Q: (more…).

Are Veneers Right For You?

Posted January 4, 2012 by Wager-Evans Dental

Veneers are shell-like coverings that are permanently bonded to your natural tooth. Composed of either porcelain or resin, they resemble real teeth and are customized specifically for each patient by a trained dental technician.  Originally popular amongst the wealthy and famous, veneers have become increasingly available in recent years. Wager Evans Dental offers porcelain veneers (more…).

All I want for Christmas is…A Lifetime of Smiles!

Posted December 22, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

You’ve probably heard the Christmas favorite “All I want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth.” In the spirit of the holidays, Reno family dentists Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans urge you to call Wager Evans Dental today to schedule your dental appointments for the coming year. Dental Care for the Entire Family (more…).

Make Sure You Brush Correctly

Posted December 16, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

Brushing Keeps You Healthy Oral health can be a breeze if you keep up good practices and visit Drs. Wager and Evans every six months. Make sure to brush 2-3 times every day and floss once. Like any habit, if you brush as often as you should, you may become complacent.  Don’t get sloppy with (more…).

Teeth Whitening Solutions for the Holidays

Posted December 9, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

Over-The-Counter Whitening The whitening kits that you find at big box stores and grocery stores can whiten teeth but may not be potent enough to make a dramatic difference in the color of your teeth. Professional whitening solutions are safe and reliable and can whiten teeth 8-10 shades in some cases. As the most popular (more…).

Gum Disease Beyond Your Mouth

Posted December 2, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

Weight Loss Connected to Periodontitis A pilot study conducted in November 2011 looked at how excess weight affects the body’s natural ability to fight gum disease. Researchers compared two groups of obese people with periodontal disease to assess and compare their body’s ability to fight back using natural, non-surgical methods of periodontal treatment. One group (more…).