Friday, 19 December 2014

Solutions for Slipping Dentures

Implant Secured Dentures
Overdentures Can Relieve the Problem of Slipping Dentures
If you have become tired of the common problems of slipping or wandering dentures, you can correct these troubles with overdentures. This recent breakthrough will anchor your dentures or bridge to give you the right fit to return your confidence when eating, speaking, or laughing. Let us show you what our experienced dental team can do for you. 


Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com

Friday, 12 December 2014

Professional Teeth Cleaning

Professional Teeth Cleaning Sheboygan WI It’s Important to Have Your Teeth Professionally Cleaned
Even meticulous brushing can miss some of the hard-to-reach places. Once plaque builds up and hardens into tartar, regular brushing and flossing will not remove it. When tartar goes below the gumline, you risk the problems of gum disease. This can have an effect on more than just your teeth. Medical research has detected a link between gum infection and heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. We urge you to have our hygienist clean your teeth thoroughly on a regular basis to significantly reduce the chance of other problems that contribute to serious health conditions. 

Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com

Friday, 5 December 2014

Children's Dentistry

Your Kids Will Enjoy Their Appointments!Kids Dentist in Sheboygan WI
Dr. Schoenenberger’s friendly and caring manner puts children of any age at ease, so they can enjoy their visits to Sheboygan Dental. He uses modern procedures that are easier and result in less time in the dental chair. Our team teaches and encourages young patients proper dental hygiene for a lifetime of healthy teeth. We are pleased to see them for their first visit at three years old and enjoy their return visits as they grow and change each year.

No More Dental Fears
We want all children to forget their fears of dental work as a child and never have them return as an adult. Parents are pleased that we are accomplishing this goal. Our office is a happy place to visit, and all services are delivered in a thoughtful, compassionate manner. Whether your child is scared or simply very active, we can help to make their dental visits enjoyable.


Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Preventive Dentistry

The Number One Cause of Tooth LossGum Disease Treatment Sheboygan WI
Many people think that most teeth are lost because of decay. But the main reason is gum disease. Sometimes there are no pain or symptoms right up to the point of losing your teeth. Symptoms of bleeding gums during brushing or flossing and teeth that are loose or shift mean you need to contact us immediately so we can take care of this problem in its earliest stages. In advanced stages, gum surgery is usually needed. But prior to that point, there are nonsurgical methods that combat the problem very effectively.


Heart Disease and Gum Disease connectionGum Disease Can Contribute to Serious Health Problems
The American Dental Association has provided statistics that show a startling 80% of the adult American population has gum (periodontal) disease at some stage. This is a shocking percentage that dentists consider to be an epidemic. Medical research has also identified a link between gum infection and the life-threatening conditions of stroke, diabetes, respiratory afflictions, and heart disease. Dentists now regard gum disease as a much more serious problem than losing your teeth.

The bacteria of periodontal disease does not just remain in the gums. It travels throughout the bloodstream and infects other vital organs. The American Academy of Periodontology reports that “studies found periodontal infection may contribute to the development of heart disease, increase the risk of premature, underweight births, and pose a serious threat to people whose health is already compromised due to diabetes and respiratory diseases.”


Good News in Reversing the Problem
Once the gum infection reaches a critical level, surgery is the solution to save your teeth. With infections in a lesser stage, nonsurgical methods together with improved dental hygiene can produce very good results. Both approaches are generally covered through most dental insurance plans.

It’s Important to Have All Your Teeth Periodontal Disease Treatment Dentist Sheboygan WI
Even just one missing tooth can develop into other problems that you will want to avoid. Chewing often becomes difficult, and food choices may change from healthier foods that require more chewing to softer foods that are less nutritious but easier to chew. These types of foods often result in weight gain. And chewing with missing teeth results in obtaining fewer nutrients from any type of food you eat.

The lack of a full set of teeth may not only be embarrassing in appearance, but also when speaking. Certain words may become slurred or difficult for others to understand. Your facial appearance may change, making you look older than your age as your face takes on a sunken look.

We offer the best solution to the problems of missing teeth with dental implants. They are a natural-looking, fully functioning replacement for as many teeth as are missing. No one will be able to tell they are not your natural teeth, and you will be pleased how they help to remedy all the problems associated with missing teeth.


Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com

Monday, 17 November 2014

Cosmetic Dentistry

We Can Change Your Smile! Smile Makeovers Dentistry Sheyboygan WI
We know you want to feel good about yourself, and having the appearance of your smile at its very best is part of feeling good. We offer excellent preventive as well as restorative techniques that can give you a great smile! These modern techniques are easy, less time-consuming, and very affordable! So come in and ask us what we can do for you with veneers, crowns, bonding, and whitening. There is no reason we can’t change your smile to make it as beautiful as you have always dreamed. 


Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Sedation Dentistry

Dental Sedation in Sheboygan WIFeel Completely Relaxed with Sedation Dentistry
We understand that some people are terrified of dental treatment. The needle, the smells, the drilling – they are just not for them. But we can calm your feelings and eliminate any stress you may feel with conscious sedation dentistry. We are very pleased about the ability to make every visit easy and relaxed.

It is quite simple to give you the state of relaxation you require. Just one hour before your appointment, you take one pill we have previously given you. As you sit in the dental chair, you gradually fade into a deeper level of sedation. You are able to respond to questions asked by the dentist, but you will not be aware of the work being performed. Your vital signs are continually monitored during the treatment. When you’re finished, a friend drives you home.

Some people have an even greater fear of being unconscious. However, you are not completely “out,” as during surgery. You still understand what’s being said and going on, you just don’t have any anxiety about it. It provides the right level of consciousness and the right level of calmness.

For those patients who are very resistant to getting numb, conscious sedation will work for them. And for patients that need extensive work but can’t afford the time for multiple visits – again, conscious sedation is the perfect option for your care. With this method, we can take care of years of dental work in just one visit! We also offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas) for those who have lighter sedation needs. 


Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com

Monday, 10 November 2014

Implant Dentistry

Dental Implants Dentistry Sheboygan WIA Solution for Missing Teeth
How about “growing” new teeth? Dental implants look very much like a natural tooth because they come up through the gums, unlike a bridge or denture that sits on top. They can replace any number of missing teeth and provide the stability to chew every type of food. They look very natural and return your confidence for smiling and speaking. Denture wearers can especially benefit, as they cause no problems with slippage and tilting and they do not need to be removed at night. After an oral surgeon inserts the titanium post, Dr. Schoenenberger custom creates a natural-looking restoration. You can have a full, healthy-looking smile once again!


Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com

Thursday, 6 November 2014

Dentist Sheboygan WI

Dentist Dr. Robert Schoenenberger - SheboyganRobert W. Schoenenberger II, DDS, a Sheboygan native, is pleased to be able to offer beautiful smiles to his neighbors and the surrounding communities.

Dr. Schoenenberger earned his dental degree from the Marquette University School of Dentistry, after earning his bachelor’s degree in biology from Marquette University. Prior to entering private practice, he served a hospital dentistry residency at the University of Alabama–Birmingham. He maintains professional membership in the American and Wisconsin Dental Associations.

Dr. Schoenenberger believes in the importance of postgraduate education as both a student and an instructor. He serves as visiting faculty for the Spear Institute, where he mentors other dentists at the facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. When selecting courses to further his own postgraduate education, he has focused on restorative and cosmetic dentistry. His most recent training in restoring implant-retained dentures allows him to offer patients faced with tooth loss a stable, natural-looking alternative with dentures that are securely held in place with implants. The doctor’s commitment to lifelong education ensures the highest level of care, both today and tomorrow.

Dr. Schoenenberger established and leads a local dental study club that is comprised of dentists and specialists who meet monthly to study complicated treatment plans, enabling them to serve a greater portion of the population in more complex ways. He is also active in the community as a volunteer basketball coach of two youth teams. Dr. Schoenenberger and his wife have three beautiful children, and in his spare time, he enjoys golf, basketball, tennis, gardening, and being with his family.



Sheboygan Dental Care
Robert W. Schoenenberger, DDS
2202 Indiana Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 452-8042
DentistSheboygan.com