Oral Health Associates Green Bay Dentists

The Five Keys to Teach Your Kids to Care for Their Oral Health

  It’s the first battle of the day and the final battle before bed – getting your child to brush their teeth. The struggle is part of life but so is establishing those good habits and practices to keep your kid smiling all throughout their lives. Key 1: Make it Fun Kids are the best…Read More

5 Tips To Help Kids Get Excited About Visiting The Family Dentist

Taking kids to the dentist can be a stressful experience for children and parents alike. Nevertheless, taking children to the family dentist regularly is a vital part of keeping them healthy and teaching responsible habits. There are lots of strategies you can use to help your children feel more comfortable at the dentist, and some…Read More

Benefits of Having a Family Dentist In Green Bay

If you’re raising a family in the Green Bay area, life can get pretty hectic. You and your spouse may work on different sides of town, your youngest may be just starting preschool and your oldest may be heading into middle school. Then there are your various hobbies and extracurricular activities, which may take you…Read More

How Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile

How Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile

3 Ways Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile and Improve Your Life If you’re missing one or more teeth, you may live your life in the shadows. You may refrain from laughing or even smiling in public. You may opt to let a coworker give a presentation because you’re too afraid of what others might…Read More

What To Do if You Chip a Tooth

What To Do if You Chip a Tooth

At Oral Health Associates, our mission is to help patients throughout the Green Bay, WI area maintain healthy, beautiful smiles through quality dental care. While we focus on preventive dental treatment at our practice, sometimes, accidents happen – and if you ever chip a tooth, it’s vital to know how to react. Chipping a tooth…Read More

Foods That Stain Your Teeth

Foods That Stain Your Teeth

While you’re assuredly familiar with the fact that oral hygiene has a huge long-term impact on the way that your teeth look, you may not be quite as familiar to the fact that even the foods you eat can greatly affect your teeth as well. It’s true – many foods actually contain staining properties that…Read More

Family Dentist vs. General Dentist

Family Dentist vs. General Dentist

At Oral Health Associates, our mission is to help patients throughout the Green Bay, WI area maintain healthy, beautiful smiles through quality dental care. While we focus on preventive dental treatment at our practice, sometimes, accidents happen – and if you ever chip a tooth, it’s vital to know how to react. Chipping a tooth…Read More

Dentures vs. Implants

When a patient loses a tooth (or multiple teeth), it may feel like it’s the end of the world – or at least the end of having a beautiful smile! Thankfully though, with modern technological advances, there are now multiple highly-effective ways that a person can have his or her smile restored and back to…Read More

Dr. Gardner Helps Hundreds of the Moskita People in Honduras

On a recent mission trip to the remote coastal town of Gracias a Dios, Honduras, Dr. Gardner and nine other medical professionals had the opportunity to serve hundreds of new patients who do not have access to standard dental treatments through the organization Medico . The team consisted of 2 DDS, 2 MDs, 3 nurses,…Read More

How to Brush a Baby’s Teeth

At Oral Health Associates, we understand that having a healthy smile starts from day one – when a child is first born. From that day forward, it’s important to clean your baby’s gums – even if his or her teeth haven’t erupted yet. When the teeth finally erupt, you’ll need to brush them for your…Read More

Blog Images

COVID-19 Notice

Dear Patients:

We at Oral Health Associates hope this notice finds you and your family in good health. Over the last few months Green Bay has been through a lot, and we all are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. One thing that has not changed during this time is our commitment to the safety of you and our staff.

You may have noticed infection control has always been a top priority at our practice. Our established processes ensure you receive care that is both safe and comfortable. The COVID-19 pandemic is not the first contagious illness to have circulated our country, nor will it be the last. Over the lifetime of our practice we have successfully prevented the transmission of many infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Swine flu, H1N1, MERS, SARS in addition to our annual “flu season.” Furthermore, hepatitis in its many forms, HPV, herpes, etc. are all part of our everyday lives as your dental care team.

In addition to our standard and universal precautions we want to tell you of additional infection control procedures we have implemented. We follow the daily updates and recommendations of the American Dental Association, the CDC, and OSHA. You may notice the following changes at your next appointment:

  • ⦿ Our office will do a brief but thorough screening process prior to arriving at our office and when you arrive including taking your temperature.
  • ⦿ We have hand sanitizer present throughout our office including at the reception area when you enter and exit and ask that you please use it.
  • ⦿ We have removed difficult to clean items from our waiting rooms like magazines, children’s toys, etc.
  • ⦿ Social distancing will be considered as we allow increased space in our waiting room and the option to wait in your vehicle prior to your appointment.
  • ⦿ We request you please bring a mask for yourself to wear in our waiting room.
  • ⦿ Our staff will be wearing personal protective equipment at the highest available level which may include wearing masks and face shields for the entirety of your visit.
  • ⦿ We have installed multiple Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization Systems in our office which has proven very effective at safely filtering air within our office and killing many pathogens including SARS and other versions of coronaviruses.

We look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you have regarding the steps we take to ensure the safety of everyone in our office. Thank you for being our patient and we look forward to welcoming back our patients, neighbors, and friends.

Sincerely,

Oral Health Associates

COVID-19 Screening