Painless root canals are a prime example, with a combination of anesthetics and advanced techniques producing consistently successful outcomes.
Patients who are interested in finding a Green Bay dentist whose philosophy includes doing the right things for the environment appreciate the efforts of Dr. David Brusky and his team at The Center for Dental Excellence.
Dr. David Brusky’s preference for using amalgam-free fillings for cavity repairs is consistent with his focus on overall patient health at The Center for Dental Excellence.
Cracks in teeth are a more common dental issue for our patients than you might expect. The single most common factor behind this problem is weakened tooth structures caused by silver fillings.
Dr. David Brusky and his team at The Center for Dental Excellence focus on retaining the natural enamel whenever possible. Dr. David considers several factors related to your overall dental health rather than immediately resorting to dental crowns.
Dr. David Brusky’s commitment to being the painless dentist of choice for patients throughout the Green Bay, Wisconsin, area is demonstrated by his continued investments in technology and specialty techniques.
Sleep dentistry professional Dr. David Brusky’s holistic approach to overall health has him seeing an increasing number of patients who fail to achieve high-quality rest due to sleep-disordered breathing. This chronic issue can result in crooked teeth or overcrowding of teeth if not addressed at a young age.
Sleep Apnea & Breathing Problems Treatment You’ve likely heard of the term sleep apnea, as it affects a large portion of the U.S. population. In fact, the American Sleep Association…
Children's Breathing Problems Treatment Are you worried that your child may be experiencing behavioral problems, fatigue, or slow growth? It’s often a source of worry for many parents that their…
There are many mysteries surrounding the aspect of our lives referred to as sleep. For instance, despite countless studies and armies of experts, the overall why of sleep still eludes…