Dental Associates blog
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4

Aug
Dental Associates gives our own response to recent news headlines stating the lack of evidence that flossing helps prevent cavities and disease.
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18

Jul
It’s important to brush your teeth twice per day, but it’s just as important to make sure you’re not damaging your mouth in the process!
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7

Jul
Choosing a dentist can be difficult, but Dental Associates makes it easier for you by posting unedited doctor ratings and comments on our website.
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16

Jun
With a copious amount of sugar substitutes to choose from, why not choose one that’s not only a natural sweetener but also provides dental benefits?
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2

Jun
We’re proud to employ 41 team members who’ve been with us for over 25 years. Read why they stay at Dental Associates and how you can join our team.
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17

May
Are you one of the many people who avoid X-rays because you believe they’re harmful? One of our X-ray techs explains the truth behind X-rays here.
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9

May
We asked one of our dental hygienists if she hears common questions from patients. She shares patients’ most common questions and her answers!
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27

Apr
Candy Turk felt self-conscious about her gummy smile, until her Dental Associates dentist helped her regain confidence with a simple procedure.
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26

Apr
Learn what type of chewing gum can improve your oral health, including reducing the risk of cavities.
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22

Apr
Dr. Ami Inoue discusses how the benefits of braces go far beyond cosmetic enhancements to improve daily oral hygiene and prevent future dental issues.
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18

Apr
Dr. Sam Schmidt discusses how sedation dentistry helps alleviate dental anxiety or saves time for patients who need a lot of dental work done.
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17

Apr
We’re helping Wisconsin students find their place in health care. From dental assistants to supervisors, we foster numerous career opportunities.