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Thanksgiving Celebration


At Door County Dental Care, we love to celebrate the holidays with vigor! The doctor would love to share some unique ways of celebrating Thanksgiving from beyond the STURGEON BAY, Wisconsin area to the national level! When Americans sit down to dinner on the last Thursday of November, the day …

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the tooth decay process

How Does a Tooth Decay?

When acids are allowed to erode tooth enamel long enough to leach calcium and other minerals from your enamel and dentin, a process called demineralization occurs. This rapidly leads to tooth decay unless reversed by good oral hygiene and professional dental cleanings at our STURGEON BAY, Wisconsin office. Acids responsible for …

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Airplane Oral Health Tips

  What’s in your carry-on bag? You’ve got your passport, ticket, and currency, but what about dental floss? Of course! You’re preparing for the trip of a lifetime, and we want to help make sure everything goes according to plan. Part of your preparation before a long vacation should be …

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Why Are My Gums Shrinking?

If you’ve noticed that your teeth have appeared to be longer, you may be suffering from gum recession. This is a common problem among adults, and can result from several factors. If gum recession seems to be happening in your mouth, schedule an appointment at our STURGEON BAY, Wisconsin office. …

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Nicole, Door County Dental Care's Administrative Assistant and Insurance Coordinator in Sturgeon Bay, WI


Nicole joined the Door County Dental Care team in April 2022. She is an administrative assistant and insurance coordinator. Nicole likes to spend her free time bowling, camping, and hanging out with family and friends. She is married with two daughters. Nicole and her husband enjoy attending their daughters’ sporting …

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What is a Crown?

The doctor and our team at Door County Dental Care hear this question all the time. Millions of people have dental crowns that artificially restore the chewing surface of a tooth. Also known as caps, these restorations surround the entire portion of the tooth that is above the gum line. …

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