We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Patti Sigl will be joining our Sturgeon Bay team of dentists beginning April 1, 2019! Dr. Patti will join Dr. Gina Grenfell and Dr. Paul Feit in providing care to our patients at our Sturgeon Bay clinic. She is not only a highly skilled dentist, but a great person and we are looking forward to having her be a part of our DBD family! To learn more about Dr. Patti continue reading…
About Dr. Patti Sigl
Dr. Patti was born and raised in Seymour, WI and spent most of her summers in Door County with her family. She attended St. Norbert College. In 2009, Dr. Sigl graduated with honors from Marquette University with her Dental Degree. While in college and dental school, she was actively involved with the group Global Medical Brigades delivering dental treatment in underserved villages of Honduras. Following dental school, she completed a General Practice Residency program at the Community Health Center of Burlington, Vermont through the University of Vermont and Fletcher Allen Hospital. After residency, she returned to Wisconsin to practice general family dentistry in Sturgeon Bay.
She has worked at the Door County Medical Center Dental Clinic since 2010 and believes strongly in giving back through dentistry. From 2011-2015 she also worked with the underserved children in the Green Bay area as a dentist for Oral Health Partnership. She maintains hospital privileges at Door County Medical Center Dental Clinic.
Dr. Sigl holds a position on the Wisconsin Oral Health Coalition Steering Committee, which is a group that helps advocate for patient access to dental care and improving Wisconsin’s overall oral health.
Dr. Sigl has been married to her husband, Craig, for almost 10 years and they have two sons, Jonathan (age 5) and Eddie (age 2). They enjoy anything outdoors, (even in the winter), traveling, boating and all things Door County. They also enjoy living a healthy lifestyle and have become passionate about CrossFit through CrossFit Armati owned and operated by Dr. Derek Grenfell, husband to Dr. Gina Grenfell of DBD.
Think skipping regular dental appointments will save you money in the long run?
Depends on how you want to spend your money. Skipping regular dental exams and cleanings could save you about $26.00 a month. This includes, cleaning, exam and x-rays, to help get rid of tartar buildup, prevent gum disease and keep the only set of teeth you have healthy. But, it will eventually cost you anywhere from nearly $200 – $2000 or more for the various types of treatment you may need once your gums and teeth deteriorate.
The chart below from the WDA, illustrates the cost of preventative care vs. treatment.
You decide, own your smile now or pay for costly treatment later.
Ready to schedule your appointment? Give us a call:
Sturgeon Bay: (920) 743-6976
Sister Bay: (920) 854-5200
It seems like this year, we have been waiting forever for summer to arrive and suddenly out of nowhere it is upon us. Are you ready for summer? We put together a handy list to make sure you have everything you need to have a fun, healthy and safe summer.
Got everything checked off? Don’t worry, we’ve linked to the local stores that carry the items you may need.
- Flattering bathing suit
- Cool sunglasses
- Wide brimmed hat
- Fun Summer reading
- Toned arms and abs
- Beach towels
- Beach toys for the kids
- Great beach bag to carry it all in
- A healthy, white smile –
Look and feel your best at the beach and for all the upcoming summer events.
Plus a healthy, natural white smile looks great with a bit of a tan.
And with our new lower priced whitening special,
now is a great time to schedule your appointment:
Call Sturgeon Bay: (920) 743-6976
Sister Bay: (920) 854-5200
Here at Dentistry by Design, our philosophy is preventative dental care. Preventative care is far more affordable than waiting until after there is a problem. And it’s much easier. It’s as simple as brushing two times a day, flossing regularly and seeing your dentist for regular cleanings and checkups. A professional cleaning will prevent tartar buildup and gum disease, which really helps keep serious dental problems at bay.
When looking at the average monthly cost of dental care, it is less than the average cost of your cell phone bill. And in many cases, is less than what you would be paying for dental insurance on a monthly basis. Read more about the importance of seeing your dentist before there is a problem in our blog.
The WDA put together a great infographic:
Ready to save on dental care? Call to schedule your cleaning and checkup today!
Sticking Around Door County For Spring Break This Year?
Here are some fun things to do with the kids that are either in Door County or just a quick day trip away.
Catch an Afternoon Movie –
Matinees all week at Sturgeon Bay Cinema 6:
Kids Story Time –
Free – Various Door County Library Locations:
Door County YMCA –
Super Kids Fun Night – Friday the 21st
Fun things to do in a reasonable price range, just a short drive away.
The Children’s Museum of Green Bay
Fun programs like, Superhero Spring Break and Pint Sized Picasso
Neville Public Museum –
Kids will love the Discovery Room and may even be fascinated by the “On the Edge of the Inland Sea” exhibit.
NEW Zoo In Green Bay –
Open all year round
The Building For Kids – Appleton Children’s Museum –
With fun exhibits like, The Story Tree, The Amazing Heart, Kids Town Dinner and The DaVinci Studio, there will be plenty to do and explore for the whole day.
Sticking around Door County this week? What are your plans for finding something fun to do with the kids?