General Dentistry - Madison, WI

General Dentistry In Middleton, WI

Madison Dentistry provides a wide range of general dentistry services to meet the needs of patients of all ages. A strong dental foundation is essential, and we enjoy assisting our patients in achieving that healthy foundation! Our general, cosmetic, and restorative procedures are designed to address problems caused by poor oral hygiene. You can reduce the likelihood of needing procedures in the future by visiting Dr. Wessell regularly for exams and cleanings.
Proactively Maintaining Your Oral Health
General dentistry provides dental care to people of all ages. At a routine visit, you will have a thorough examination of your teeth, gums, and whole inner mouth. If your inspection reveals tooth decay and other tooth problems, our dentists at Madison Dentistry in Middleton, WI. Regular checkups and oral health maintenance prevent the development of serious dental problems that can require costly treatment.
Preventive Care
Preventive Care

Plaque can form around the gum line despite regular brushing and flossing. It can cause gum disease, halitosis, and tooth loss. Professional cleanings ensure that the teeth are properly maintained and free of bacteria. Dental checkups are also crucial in preventing tooth decay, gum erosion, misalignment, and tooth breakage.

Dr. Wessell gathers information about your smile using cutting-edge x-ray technology. He and our dental staff will assess your dental health and determine if any issues need to be addressed. We would be happy to assist you with gentle preventative measures if you want to protect your smile and oral hygiene.

Tooth Extraction
Dr. Wessell will consider your opinions when you need a tooth extracted. It may be due to decay, periodontal disease, or breakage. If a tooth threatens your smile, Dr. Wessell can gently remove the tooth to protect your future dental health.

Oral Cancer Screening

Oral cancer screenings are quick, painless exams that could save your life. During your general dentistry appointments, Dr. Wessell will conduct thorough visual examinations to look for signs of oral cancer.

The fastest-growing age group for oral cancer is between 16 and 35 years, making it critical for everyone to be visually checked for oral cancer signs each year.

frequently asked questions

Many people do not visit the dentist even once a year. They only visit when they suffer from a dental problem. This way, the patients end up with expensive treatments as they need detailed care. Some dental conditions have no visible symptoms and show when they are in their later stages.

Visiting the dentist twice a year or once in six months eliminates the chances of dental diseases advancing out of control. Dr. Wessell will detect any dental problems and start treatment accordingly.