Dental Implants

Currently, the best way to replace missing teeth is through dental implants. Dental implants act as the tooth’s root, and when a crown is placed on top of it, it will function, look and feel like a regular tooth. Dental implants are alternatives for dentures, bridges, and partials and have …

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Sedation Dentistry

Many patients may be extremely anxious, worried, or nervous about having dental work completed. At Door County Dental Care, we offer two forms of sedation: Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation. Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is great for patients who have a slight to moderate anxiety to dental …

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Oral Surgery

One of the most common oral surgeries is tooth extractions. We strive to take great care in providing gentle, non-traumatic extraction for our patients. After the procedure is complete, we will send you home with instructions in order to keep the site clean and healthy.

Affordable Financing

We all want to receive the best dental care, but can we afford it? If you are concerned about paying for your dental treatment, please let one of our team member knows. We are more than happy to assist you. For your convenience, Door County Dental Care accepts Visa, MasterCard, …

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Office Features

Relaxation and comfort is our top priority when providing dental work to our patients. Located in every operatory, you will find a television that can be adjusted to be viewed when the chair is tilted back. We offer a wide variety of channels to entertain any patient. If you are …

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Sterilization

Our sterilization center includes autoclaves that sterilize all dental equipment and tools, according to the CDC (Center of Disease Control), on a daily basis. Weekly tests are run on our autoclaves to ensure they are working effectively. We take pride in delivering dental treatment in a safe, clean, and sterile …

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Night Guards

A night guard is a custom fitted oral appliance that is worn to protect your teeth from clenching and grinding. When we sleep, we have no control over grinding and clenching. If left untreated, clenching and grinding can lead to jaw pain, muscle soreness, cracked and broken teeth, and severe …

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NTI

NTI-tss stands for Nociceptive Trigeminal Inhibition tension suppression system. NTI is a small oral appliance used for patients who clench/grind and/or get migraine headaches. It is made out of acrylic that is custom-molded to your front teeth. It works by preventing your teeth from coming together and “reprograms” your jaw …

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Fixed Bridges

If you have a gap in your mouth from a missing tooth, you may be a candidate for a fixed bridge. A fixed bridge replaces a missing tooth by using 2 anchored crowned teeth (called abutment teeth) and a false tooth in the middle (called a pontic). The abutment teeth …

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Dentures

We offer three types of dentures at Door County Dental Care: Immediate denture, removable partial denture, and implant supported. Immediate dentures are placed on the same day that the teeth are removed. At the first appointment, we will get an impression and choose a color. At the second appointment, we …

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Sometimes referred to as full mouth rehabilitation, full mouth reconstruction is one of the most complex cosmetic dentistry treatments we offer. It enhances your smile using a combination of cosmetic dental procedures. Due to its complexity, it requires a great deal of planning, designing, experience, and precise attention to detail. …

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Tooth Colored Fillings

Do you have dark-colored fillings that you would like to replace with fillings that are more natural looking? Tooth colored fillings, also known as composite fillings, are durable resin material that is bonded to your tooth. Most people will not even know you have a filling at all! Some advantages …

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Root Canals

The purpose of a root canal is to save the tooth that is damaged from trauma, deep decay, filling, or cracking by removing the nerve of the tooth and placing a filling material in the canal(s). In any of the situations listed above, harmful bacteria can make its way into …

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