Founder of Bay Oral Surgery & Implant Center, Dr. Michael J. Miskella, retires after 44 years.

Posted on July 15, 2018

Dr. Miskella founded Bay Oral Surgery & Implant Center (formerly Bay Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery) in 1974, when he returned to Green Bay, his hometown, after his internship and residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. After 44 years serving Green Bay and the surrounding areas, building relationships, and having the opportunity to treat multiple generations,  Dr. […]

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Dairy & Oral Health: A Dental Dairytale

Posted on June 15, 2018

It’s dairy month! Here in Wisconsin, you certainly don’t need to be reminded of that. But we thought we would remind you of how dairy can promote oral health and prevent the risk of tooth decay and dental disease. We have the facts about your favorite dairy products and how they love your teeth. Cheese […]

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Wisdom Tooth Pain Remedies

Posted on April 18, 2018

Are you experiencing pain and swelling that comes along with the arrival of your wisdom teeth? Wisdom teeth, or third molars, generally surface during the late teenage to early adult years and can cause some real discomfort. We’ve listed some at-home pain remedies that can help alleviate some of the trouble that comes along with […]

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Types of Dental Specialties & What They Do

Posted on March 19, 2018

Not all dentist’s are created equal, but they all have a common goal, helping you have and keep a healthy mouth. Find out the different types of dental specialties and exactly what they do. Pedodontics  – Pediatric Dentist While general dentists are allowed to treat patients of any age, pediatric dentists are specially trained to […]

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Give your teeth some love in 2018: – 7 Top tips.

Posted on January 22, 2018

Limit sugary snacks and drinks because tooth decay is caused by bacteria that feeds on sugar in your food and your drinks. That doesn’t mean you can’t have sugar, although lowering your sugar intake will have bounteous other health benefits, just try to limit your intake to meal times. Also, when drinking sugary or acidic […]

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Have you got two minutes?

Posted on November 29, 2017

Good. Then let’s talk about brushing up on brushing your teeth. Why two? Our dentists tell us two minutes, our electric toothbrushes tell us two minutes so why is this the magic number? The American Dental Association ran a slogan of “2min2x” to get kids into the habit of brushing for at least two minutes-twice a day. […]

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Salute to Smiles: First Female Veteran Gets a New Smile

Posted on September 6, 2017

Salute to Smiles program is wrapping up a second year of helping area veterans get much needed dental work and their smiles back. With a network of six participating dental offices and sponsors teaming up with Bay Oral Surgery & Implant Center our program provided more than $60,000 in dental services and supplies to six […]

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Join Our Fourth Annual City-Wide Clinical Symposium

Posted on July 31, 2017

Bay Oral Surgery and Implant Center is proud to announce our fourth annual city-wide clinical symposium. We believe in building strong relationships and by offering continuing education, we are able to provide the best care to our patients. Every year we offer the city-wide clinical symposium for area dental professionals because we believe in continuing […]

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7 Reasons Dental Implants Can Make Your Life Better

Posted on July 14, 2017

If you are missing teeth or using dentures and finding it’s not working well, you may be a good candidate for dental implants. It’s a great way to restore a natural looking smile and improve your overall health. More often than not, patients prefer to keep their natural teeth. While this may be a great […]

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