The dental practice of Dr. John Korolewski is proud to welcome patients from Plymouth and the surrounding area. Our dental office in Sheboygan is just a quick 20 minute drive from the city of Plymouth. When you visit our office, the dental care you receive will be like no other healthcare experience you’ve ever had. We make our patients needs and concerns a priority above all else, working with them to develop a treatment plan that allows them to take control of their dental health.
Whether you’re simply due for your bi-annual check up or are experiencing a more serious concern such as pain in your teeth or gums, we can help. Our office offers a full range of dental health services, including preventative care, restorative treatment, and cosmetic services.
If you have cracked, decayed, or missing teeth, chances are that you probably are in need of restorative treatment. Restorative dental treatments are designed to rejuvenate the functionality and health of your teeth. Our restorative services include but are not limited to dental fillings, crowns, bridges, implants, and more.
The first step of having a bright and beautiful smile begins with determining your goals. We’ll work with you to determine what cosmetic services are right for you and your teeth. Some of the cosmetic options that we offer include porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, natural color restoration, and more.
Periodontal disease is a serious illness that affects over 64 million Americans. Periodontal disease is a serious condition that can lead to other problems like heart, kidney, and liver disease. If you believe you are experiencing signs of periodontal disease such as aching gums, loose teeth, or bad breath, we urge you to contact our office.
Are you looking for a specific dental treatment? You may be happy to know that we also offer many additional dental services. Call our office today to learn more about our services for Invisalign, TMJ, senior dentistry, BioRejuvenation, and more.
TMJ Dysfunction is a common dental disorder that affects the joints which connect the upper and lower jaw. These joints, called the temporomandibular joints, act like a sliding hinge that helps to open and close the mouth and affects functions such as talking and chewing. When these joints becomes weakened or damaged, they ceases to function properly which leads to a wide range of adverse symptoms, some of which are painful to experience. If you believe that you are experiencing signs of TMJ Dysfunction, such as pain when chewing or opening your mouth, clicking or popping noises in your jaw, headaches, lockjaw, or teeth grinding, we urge you to contact our office. We’ve helped many patients in Plymouth with TMJ Dysfunction recover from this painful condition and can provide you with the care and treatments that you need.
If you live in Plymouth and are looking for a new dentist, we’d like to encourage you to give our services a try. We’re confident you will love the compassion and medical expertise our team has to offer. Just give us a call or stop by our office to schedule an appointment or get more information.