Dental Services

general cleaning servicesWhen the need arises to have dental treatment, then look no further than Great Day Dental as one of the finest dental clinics in Madison, Wis. We are here to make certain your dental experience is as pleasant and as relaxing as possible. Our dental services can help restore your beaming smile and revive the confidence that comes with a luminous set of teeth.

General Dentistry
General dentistry involves the diagnosis of all issues relating to the health and function of the smile, including the treatment and repair of broken, infected or otherwise damaged teeth, gums and tissue. General dentists serve as the primary care provider for their patients, managing their oral health care needs and coordinating treatment with specialists when necessary. Great Day Dental does not practice orthodontics (braces). Great Day Dental currently covers:

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Cosmetic Dentistry
Technological advancements in natural-looking, tooth-colored dental materials make today's cosmetic dental treatments more durable and predictable than in years past. Additionally, dentists are now using more conservative cosmetic dentistry techniques to preserve as much of your natural tooth structure as possible, depending upon your specific clinical situation.

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Initial Oral Examination
We will perform a comprehensive examination of your mouth, which includes necessary x-rays, a screening for TMJ problems, an oral cancer screening and periodontal evaluation. We will provide you with a detailed diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

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General Cleanings and Periodontal Treatment
It is recommended that you have your teeth professionally cleaned at least twice a year. Patients with significant tartar build-up may require a more significant cleaning (removal of heavy build-up of tartar). Patients with tartar build-up beneath the gum line that is contributing to periodontal disease may require an anesthetic (numbing of teeth and gums) to remove the tartar.

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Tooth-Colored Non-Metal Fillings
Great Day Dental may recommend having the cavity filled with a bonded resin composite filling. While these fillings are tooth colored and blend in with the natural tooth, resin fillings are important from a conservative “tooth saving” standpoint as well. Since these fillings are bonded (or “glued”) into the tooth, the amount of tooth that has to be removed is reduced. These fillings also do not “leak” as much as silver fillings.

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Crowns and Veneers
Great Day Dental restores teeth needing a crown, bridge or veneer. Typically, a tooth will need a crown when most of the natural tooth is gone, decayed or cracked. There are a variety of crowns to choose from, including all porcelain crowns (very esthetic), porcelain on top of metal crowns (not as esthetic but containing a metal base for strength). Crowns are also needed to cover most root canal-treated teeth or to restore an implant, and they are also needed to support partial dentures. Bridges are essentially a series of crowns that are attached to fill in a missing tooth. Veneers are made to improve the shape and color of teeth, fill in gaps between front teeth and cover the front surface of the teeth.

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Root Canals
A root canal is performed to save a tooth that has a damaged or infected nerve. A root canal is also sometimes necessary to properly restore a tooth to its original size and shape. Sometimes a post is then placed into the canal to support a build-up that a crown may be put onto. Root canals are not and should not be painful. If a patient is sufficiently numbed, a root canal is the same as getting any other dental procedure. A crown is usually required over a root canal-treated tooth so that decay does not “leak” back into the tooth. A crown is also usually necessary because these teeth often become brittle and dried out (because there is no blood and nourishment in the tooth), and a crown will help ensure the tooth is protected from breaking or becoming re-infected.

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Oral Surgery/Extractions
Dr. Lee removes all teeth, including impacted third molars or wisdom teeth. We remove teeth in conjunction with immediate dentures. An immediate denture is placed the same day the teeth are removed. If you don’t have enough bone for a full denture to stay in place, then we may recommend an implant to help secure the dentures in your mouth.

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Dentures and Partials
Missing teeth may also be replaced by making a removable denture (something that you take out at night). If you have existing teeth, Great Day Dental may suggest you replace your missing teeth with a partial denture. Your existing teeth may require some preparation or crowns to ensure that the partial denture fits and stays in your mouth properly. A full denture may be recommended for you if you have no teeth or your existing teeth are not restorable. In general, partial dentures work better than full dentures, and if you don't have enough bone for a full denture to “grab” onto to stay in and work well, we may recommend an implant to help hold the denture in your mouth.

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White for Life/Referral Reward
Keep your teeth as white as they are healthy.
Just have a co-worker, friend or family member come in for an appointment and BOTH of you will receive free bleaching. It's our way of thanking you for the referral and to welcome a new member to our family.

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Teeth Bleaching/Whitening
Dr. Lee can make custom trays to fit your teeth, which you place tooth whitening gel into. The trays are worn for at least 2 hours (usually while you sleep) and significant results are usually seen within 2 weeks. Some people will experience sensitive teeth or gums after bleaching, but there is no damage done to the teeth or gums during these treatments. People who experience sensitivity are usually advised to bleach their teeth at greater intervals. A tooth bleaching is not recommended for anyone with periodontal disease, dental decay or for nursing or pregnant women.

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Other Services
Great Day Dental provides comprehensive dental treatment for you and your entire family! We treat all ages! We also provide most other dental treatments not listed here. Call our office to meet Dr. Lee and our staff. Come join our family.

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Contact Information

Great Day Dental

802 W. Broadway Suite #320
(Chase Bank Building)
Madison, WI 53713

Phone: 608-221-3326
Email: info@greatdaydental.com

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