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Celebrating 45 Years of Dentistry!

A celebration is in order! This week marks our 45th anniversary. Thanks to our founding doctors, Dental Arts opened its doors in 1972. At the time, our purpose was to bring together a group of professional and supporting personnel of the highest ethical standards to deliver optimum health care services. Though several years have passed, the same philosophy holds true. Dental Arts has truly become one big family, and we couldn’t be more grateful for our dedicated team, patients, and community. It’s amazing how we have grown, and the evolution of our practice over the years. From the days of pegboards and ledger cards to the digital technology and modern techniques we have today. We couldn’t be more thankful for everyone who has been with us along the...

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Dental Assistant Recognition Week: March 5-11, 2017!

We’d like to give a big thank you to all of our wonderful assistants here at Dental Arts. Your hardwork and continued dedication to our patients makes such a difference each and everyday. Thank you!

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Online Payments

Introducing online bill pay!   Please visit https://www.smiledash.com to pay your bills online.   First time paying online? Give Kalyn or Jenna a call for your temporary password to get started. As our valued patient, we’d like to give you access to our front desk services 24 hours per day. On this site you can also: Check scheduled appointments & request new appointments Send secure messages to our office Set preferences on email and cell phone Bonus feature! Send memos to...

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National Children’s Dental Health Month: Choosing Tap Water

It’s that time of year again! In the dental world, February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. A month to reflect on the importance of children’s dental health, and the steps we can take to teach them how to care for their smile all year round. Usually, it’s the little things in our daily routine we overlook. For example, brushing and flossing times and techniques, along with other preventive steps we can take to avoid common dental problems, like seeing the dentist on a regular basis. However, sometimes we forget about the importance of drinking the right kind of water too. This year, the American Dental Association (ADA) is focusing on the significance of drinking tap water. Why, you may ask? Well, according to the ADA, “More than 70 years of scientific research has consistently shown that an optimal level of fluoride in community water is safe and effective in preventing tooth decay by at least 25 percent in both children and adults.” Simply by drinking the right kind of water, there is potential to substantially reduce the amount of decay in children. In fact, “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention named community water fluoridation one of 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.” If you have fluoridated water, it definitely serves as an advantage. Drinking a little less bottled water and going for the tap a little more often is the way to go! Source: Delta...

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Dental Arts Finalist in Best of the Bay – 2016!

Thank you for your support during this year’s voting Best of the Bay – Green Bay!  We have the best patients and we deeply appreciate your continued trust in our clinic.  Thank you!...

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