Comfort and Technology from Wager Evans Dental

Posted June 16, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

When you think of going to the dentist, do you imagine a cozy, soothing feeling, like being at the home of a close friend? Chances are, you picture a cold, sterile office fool of intimidating dental equipment. But Wager Evans Dental is different. Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans provide patients with a warm, (more…).

Men: Take Better Care of Your Health!

Posted June 9, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

June is Men’s Health Month, and in past blog posts we’ve discussed the importance of regular dental checkups as well as the ties between gum disease and stroke. Dental health is an important part of your overall health, but you should focus on other aspects of your lifestyle as well. Drs. William Wager and Brian (more…).

Beautiful Dental Crowns in Reno NV

Posted May 26, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

Sometimes a filling is not strong enough to repair a tooth. In cases of deep decay, chipping, or fracture, dental crowns (aka caps) can often provide stability and repair the functionality of teeth. We’re Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans, and we offer beautiful dental crowns in our Reno, NV, dental office. After we (more…).

The Connection Between Gum Disease and Stroke

Posted May 19, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

At Wager Evans Dental, we believe in a strong connection between your oral health and your overall health. It’s clear that maintaining oral health is essential to optimal wellness, and this month is the perfect time to bring attention to one of the reasons this connection is so important. The month of May is National (more…).

At Wager Evans Dental, we make your oral health our top priority. That’s why we recommend the CloSYS oral health care system to our patients. CloSYS products are designed to work together to kill germs at the source, while making your mouth cleaner and healthier. Brushing with CloSYS toothpaste, rinsing with CloSYS oral rinse instead (more…).

How often should you go to the dentist?

Posted May 6, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

How often do you need to go to the dentist? Any guesses? The correct answer is every 6 months, but most people go much longer between visits to the dentist’s office. The truth is, if you’re overdue for a dental checkup, you might be putting yourself at risk for developing serious oral and overall health (more…).

Conservative Cosmetic Dentistry for a Brand New Smile

Posted April 29, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

If you look in the mirror and see minor flaws in your smile, you should be aware that there are two cosmetic dental procedures that offer fast, effective solutions: bonding and contouring. The process of adding to tooth structure is called bonding. The practice of reshaping teeth by removing tooth structure is called recontouring. Usually, (more…).

Complete Your Smile with Dentures

Posted April 21, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

Missing teeth can be a source of embarrassment, but your oral health and appearance may decline, as well. Without a full set of teeth, the structure of your face is less supported, causing your facial muscles to sag and make you look older. The inability to bite and chew properly can lead to malnourishment or (more…).

Stay Away from a Mouth Full of Metal

Posted April 14, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

If you had a cavity filled when you were younger, it’s extremely likely that it was filled with a dark, amalgam filling, which were initially developed from a combination of silver, zinc, copper, tin, and mercury. Over time, these fillings wear down and can start to deteriorate. Often, this deterioration can lead to leakage, which (more…).

Get a New Lease on Your Smile and Your Life with Dental Implants

Posted April 7, 2011 by Wager-Evans Dental

Did you know that individuals with full smiles tend to live longer than those with missing teeth? Also, did you know that people with healthy, visually appealing smiles tend to be more successful both personally and professionally? You deserve a high-quality lifestyle, without having to worry about dietary restrictions, health concerns, and the embarrassment that (more…).