Posts Tagged: dental cleaning reno nv

Reno NV Dentists Talk Preventive Dental Care

As the primary person responsible for the health of your mouth, it is important that you take an active role in establishing good preventive care habits. To help you in this endeavor, your Reno NV dentists, Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans, are discussing several components that contribute to a thorough oral health regimen.

Healthy Teeth for Kids

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:… Read more »

How often should you go to the dentist?

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… Read more »

Enter to Win at Wager Evans Dental

Wager Evans Dental recently kicked off a brand new giveaway program! Next time you’re in our office, be sure to look for the fish bowl at the front desk. Ask any member of the office team about our short, 5-question survey, and make sure you fill it out and drop it in the fishbowl. By… Read more »

The Extreme Power of Tooth Enamel

Did you know that the second hardest naturally occurring substance in existence is located inside your body? It’s true. Your tooth enamel is second only to diamonds.

It’s incredible! Tooth enamel is the white coating you see on your teeth when you look in the mirror. It is incredibly hard and is the natural defense system of your teeth.

In addition to protecting your teeth, tooth enamel helps to regulate how your teeth feel and respond to temperature. Your tooth enamel is filled with tiny tunnels that connect the nerve in your tooth to the root. If your teeth are sensitive to hot and/or cold temperatures, it is all thanks to your tooth enamel.