G Dental has been serving Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, West Allis, and the surrounding area since June of 2007. It began as a general practice dental office and continues to serve all patients of varying age groups and medical conditions. Our goal is to provide precise, efficient, cosmetic, and cost effective dental care while implementing state of the art technology to diagnose and treat. Our doctors have had formal advanced postgraduate dental training beyond that of dental school which allows for comprehensive care within the practice. With our advanced training, we are able to treat patients with more compromised and involved medical histories. We promote thorough evaluation of the head and neck in an effort to detect any abnormalities and asymmetries.
At G Dental, our patients are our top priority. We strive for patient care and compassion. Come let us assist you in all your dental needs.
We want to start by saying WE HAVE MISSED YOU ALL!!!
As many of you know, the safety and well-being of our patients and team has always been a top priority at G Dental. With this in mind, as we reopen, we will be implementing additional procedures for both the patients and the team to ensure that the greatest quality of dental care and safety can continue for all involved.
During Your Visit…
We will request that patients arrive wearing a mask.
We ask that in an effort to maintain social distancing, only one person should accompany the patient if necessary.
No food, drink or unnecessary items will be allowed.
We ask if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms or have been exposed to anyone who recently had covid-19, that you reschedule your appointment.
Our office will communicate with you at your arrival to ask screening questions and obtain your temperature.
We have hand sanitizer that we will ask you to use when you enter the office.
You may see that our waiting room will no longer offer magazines, children’s books, etc. since those are difficult to clean and disinfect.
Appointments will be managed to allow for social distancing between patients. But this may mean that you will be offered fewer options for scheduling your appointment.
We will do our best to allow greater time between patients and to reduce waiting times for you, as well as to reduce the number of patients in the reception area at any one time.
What You Can Expect From The Team…
All team members will be fully equipped with sterile PPE gear at all times. This means wearing N-95 masks, gloves, face shields, and sterile lab coats while seeing patients.
All components throughout the office will be disinfected after each use; i.e. door handles, chairs, countertops...
New Technology for Increased Safety
Clean Leaf Air Filtration Systems:
To help maintain high air quality within our facilities, we have purchased and will be operating THREE Clean Leaf air units at each office. These systems are designed to constantly “clean the air.” To be more precise, one Clean Leaf air filtration unit will be located within the waiting room, and two others will be located throughout or near the operating rooms. These machines are able to “clean and cycle” the air within a room every 8 minutes! You can learn more about these great products we will be implementing here: https://cleanleaf.com/units.php
UV Wand Sanitizers:
The dental team will incorporate UV Wand Sanitizers to increase the sterilization process of our procedures.
We as a team will constantly do our best to over communicate our revised expectations of our team and patients via phone and/or email. It is understood that we are truly in this together and expect nothing but the very best from all those involved.
Through this all, we will continue to provide precise, efficient, cosmetic, and cost effective dental care while implementing state of the art technology to diagnose and treat.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these unique and ever changing times. Please reach out directly with any questions.
God bless us all,
Glenn L. Gequillana, DDS
aka Dr. G
*Now offering Botox for those patients who grind, clench, or have migraines.
We are your partner in oral health. When it comes to helping you reach your goals for your mouth, your teeth, and your gums, we are here to help you. In order to know where you want to go, we must know where you are today. One of the most important aspects of reaching your goals is the initial comprehensive oral examination.
We suggest adults and children alike have a standard cleaning twice a year, along with fluoride treatments for the children. We find this time interval best for keeping patients healthy and finding problems when they are small. X-rays should be taken at periodic intervals that we individualize to each patient’s needs.
As we age, the enamel layer becomes thinner causing the yellowish dentin layer underneath to show through. Whitening procedures can effectively restore the smile of people with stained, dull, or discolored teeth.
Bridges are natural-looking dental appliances that can replace a section of missing teeth. Because they are custom-made, bridges are barely noticeable and can restore the natural contour of teeth as well as the proper bite relationship between upper and lower teeth.
Root canal therapy is indicated when the nerve inside the tooth is dead or dying. Symptoms may include temperature sensitivity, severe pain, pressure or a visible abscess developing on the gum tissue.
Bonding is a process in which a composite resin material is applied to the tooth surface, sculpted to an ideal shape, hardened, and then polished. This procedure usually can be accomplished in a single visit.
Composite (tooth colored) Restorations are now widely used instead of amalgam (silver) fillings to repair teeth with decay and to replace old defective fillings. Composite restorations are also used to repair chipped, broken, or discolored teeth.
There are two types of dental prosthesis, partials and dentures. Partials are used to replace missing teeth when natural teeth are still present. Dentures are used for replacement when all of the natural teeth are missing.
If you are being bothered by a tooth please contact us immediately. If there is any reason you may not be able to visit our office right away, there are several things you can try at home to relieve the pain.
A jaw swollen from a toothache occurs when facial and oral tissues become inflamed due to injury or infection. You should treat this swelling because if you do not, it may affect your ability to speak and eat.
If your gums feel painful, throb, are reddened or produce sores, you may have unhealthy gums. Healthy gums are pink in color, and shouldn’t cause you pain. When you’re dealing with sore gums, it may be difficult to eat or talk, so it’s important that you address the problem immediately.
Dental fillings, crowns, inlays, and onlays are used to repair holes in teeth and protect the tooth from further decay. If tissue inside the tooth is exposed, it can be painful, as the nerves are often exposed. If a dental filling falls out, the tooth is susceptible to pain and further damage.